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Photos: Peppermint Lane Photo + Film Balloons: The Coco Balloon Hair and Make-up: Tokunai Hair Rebecca Heathcote from Maid of Honour Weddings Debra Kinsella from The Vintage Hire Company Together are Love on the Inlet

LOVE ON THE INLET Words by Janie Barton Love on the Inlet, April 22 at the Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, is going to be a game changer on the wedding expo scene in North Queensland. The innovative Expo is introducing a dynamic new range of exciting concepts that will be appeal to both brides and grooms who are seeking professional wedding suppliers to help them plan the perfect wedding. “We’re really excited about this Expo,” said co-organiser Debra Kinsella, Creative Director of The Vintage Hire Company who has been styling innovative weddings for years in the region. “It’s going to rival our southern counterparts with a hip, modern twist compared to conventional wedding Expos. There will be every kind of wedding supplier you can think of, including a variety of funky, new exhibitors.” “It’s not going to be your average Expo” and Underwood Party Hire, with wedding suppliers displaying a range of dynamic exhibits. Two major coups for Love on the Inlet is having Made with Love, a national and international designer wedding dress label, coming to Cairns to be part of the event and Australian comedian and actor Magda Szubanski attending as a special guest. In celebration of the passing of the same-sex marriage law, the Expo is excited that Magda will be announcing the winner of the ‘Win a Gay Wedding Competition’ valued at $60,000, donated by local wedding suppliers and sponsors. Love on the Inlet will also be giving away a ‘Luxury North Queensland honeymoon package’ to one lucky couple attending the Expo. As well as having more than 100 exhibitors, the Expo’s fun and interactive atmosphere will include live music, runway shows, bars and a food-anddrinks galley, prizes and a Groom’s Lounge with live telecast sports for the guys. “I believe it’s the first time in Australia that a wedding Expo has included a groom’s lounge,” said co-organiser Rebecca Heathcote, an award-winning wedding planner from Maid of Honour Weddings who has also been planning weddings in the region for years. “Guys today are much more involved in planning their wedding, so we wanted to be sure to include them.” As well as being inside the spacious Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, the Expo will also spread outside onto an exciting marquee and tent covered waterfront generously sponsored by Nomadic Tents Proceeds from door sales and prizes will be given to the FNQ Cerebral Palsy Support Group to help local children.’ Another fun aspect of the Expo is the fact that it will start at 2pm going through the evening until 8pm, with fireworks rounding off the event, making it a real wedding festival! “It’s not going to be your average Expo,” Debra added. “It’s going to be the most exciting wedding Expo ever in Cairns.” FOR MORE INFORMATION, HEAD TO LOVE ON THE INLET’S FACEBOOK PAGE. F: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/LOVEONTHEINLET E: HELLO@LOVEONTHEINLET.COM.AU CityLife 41 Magazine

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