Over the next few weeks we will be taking part in a couple of wedding expos around Perth showing off our great value wedding package and handing out little goodies to passers by. It will also be a chance to get in on our expo-exclusive discount offer, so be sure to come and see us!
Little Lolly Cart is delighted to announce that we will be participating in the Swan Valley Twilight Expo. We’ll be at the absolutely beautiful Belvoir Homestead on Thursday 31 January 2019.
This weekend when we were describing to someone what we do they say “Oh, so a bomboniere!?”…queue slightly blank looks on our part. Maybe it’s our complete ignorance or just a really bad experience in Languages lessons back at school but we had to frantically take to Google to find out a bit more about our potential categorisation.
In what has been a fairly surprising discovery for us, we’re finding that somewhere between 40% to 50% of our recent bookings have been from people who are looking to do their own things with our carts.
So with that in mind, we thought we’d put together this outside of the box guide to using the Little Lolly Cart as an alternative to display stands and exhibition tables for product launches or other events!
We’re super excited to announce that Little Lolly Cart will be displaying at the upcoming Girl Boss Wedding Expo at Claremont Showgrounds on Sunday 28 October 2018!
We absolutely love bringing our twist on the traditional lolly buffet to weddings all across Perth and that’s why we’re delighted to be a part of another wedding expo to showcase our wedding hire packages, that begin from just $279 when catering for 100 guests.
Located in the stunning surroundings of the Upper Swan, Belvoir Homestead has asked for us and one of our lolly carts to be a part of their 'Love in the Air' Spring Open Day on 1 September 2018. Just look at some of these pictures of the Belvoir Homestead…
This post was originally created after our first wedding expo, however we have since been going back and adding other little tips and tricks we’ve learned from subsequent expos. We hope this guide proves useful to anyone planning to exhibit at an exhibition and we’d love to hear about any other useful pointers you have in the comments section!
One thing that several of us vendors seemed to have in common was that there wasn't much readily available, detailed information for expo virgins; so with that being the case, we've decided to put together a description of all of the different considerations we made ahead of the expo and the things that we learnt throughout the day in the hope that this might help others!