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We interviewed Jenny Morgan from Chocolate Falls.
Q – Tell us about your company
We’re a family-run wedding and event business that will help you add a touch of personality, entertain your guests and style your venue.
Q – What services do you offer?
We provide showstopping treat displays, venue dressing and Prop hire for weddings and events across Herefordshire, North Wales and Cheshire. This includes anything from S’mores bars, beverage fountains and whiskey bars to macrame arches, personalised vintage bicycles and traditional lawn games.
Q – What should couples expect when getting in touch?
A completely bespoke service. Come and have a mooch around our unit, with a glass of prosecco in hand, where you can see what grabs your attention, and we can have a chat about what you’re looking for. We can suggest ideas to create certain displays you’re looking for, and we can also create personalised signs and table plans.
Q – How long before the wedding should couples book an appointment?
Six months before is a good amount of time – it means we can have a play around with everything to ensure it fits in with your theme, and it gives us time to create any bespoke items you require and make sure we’re not booked on your date.
Q – What's your favourite part of the job?
Every wedding is different with every couple bringing their unique personality to each piece. I love finding out their interests and thoroughly enjoy helping them create their vision.
Q – Do you have any top tips for couples planning their wedding day?
Create a board on Pinterest and save everything you love into relevant folders. This gets everything out of your head, and you can easily see what you're hoping for. Most importantly, enjoy it – it only happens once!
To find out more, visit www.chocolate-falls.com