Papakata Autumn Open Weekend | Saturday & Sunday 15th & 16th October 2106Tweet
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The peeps at PapaKåta are holding their Autumn Open Weekend as usual on 15th and 16th October - this is the perfect opportunity for you to meet the Papa team and their gorgeous Teepees and Sperry Tents.
This year they’re excited to be showcasing the latest on-trend ‘Farmhouse-Luxe’ look, reflecting an ever growing trend for authenticity in weddings. With heritage pieces, stylish, simple details, British flowers, textural materials, bucolic touches and luxe highlights, Farmhouse-Luxe is the go-to choice for eco savvy brides.
Key to this ‘Farmhouse-Luxe’ look are the highly coveted cross-back chairs now available to hire through PapaKåta which perfectly pair with their new oversize Farmhouse table. You can see these, along with their new range of Finishing Touches, at their open weekend.
If you're planning an outdoor wedding in the North of England, South West or South East of England then get yourself up to their Yorkshire headquarters to see the tents and be inspired for your own dream day.
To book a time to chat through your plans get in touch on 01904 702100 or email email@example.com
Or just feel free to drop in on the day.
Saturday & Sunday 16th October 2016, 10:00 am – 4.00 pm
Address: Escrick Park, Escrick, Yorkshire, YO19 6EA
Published By: Rosie Ames
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