Queen Events Partners Up With the Birmingham REP Theatre






It’s a wonder that anyone can find the time to plan a wedding.

Modern life with its thousands of just-one-more-thing-to-do moments can seem completely unsuited to the hours needed to organise a wedding. 

Small intimate ceremonies are one thing, but what if you want a bigger, more elaborate or themed wedding? It's all too easy to feel overwhelmed.

Some weddings really do come with more parts than a meccano set. 

You could benefit from hiring an events company, and a good one is worth its weight in gold. Funnily enough, we know one with over 20 years of experience. 




Queen Events will save you money and time. They'll arrange viewings, trials and rehearsals. They're up-to-date with the current trends and could even shave 10-20% off the price of your wedding thanks to their network of suppliers, vendors and venues.

For couples in the Midlands, Queen Events have partnered up with the Birmingham Rep Theatre


We’ve been to the REP, and we think it makes for a brilliant ceremony space. All dressed up, it's ideal for a theatrical wedding. Queen Events specialise in pink weddings, so this is perfect for LGBT couples wanting to make something big out of their big day.


One of their suppliers has a fab little offer that we think you might be interested in: a dance instructor with experience of LGBT couples (where the leader and follower are same-sex), is offering a special discount for couples. So there's no excuse for not putting your best foot forward at the first dance.






Interested? 





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