04.08.18 frances rudge  stuart jell (nicola  glen)

Tea & Tiaras

Alumni Event at the Bodleian Libraries

Exclusively for Alumni of Oxford University & Staff, the Bodleian Library would like to invite you to their Tea & Tiaras event on Sunday 22nd September 2019.

This is a exciting chance for brides and grooms to come and enjoy a high-tea, demonstrations of hair & make-up as well as enjoying live music. 

It features an array of local suppliers:
MACH Management are an elite hair & make-up company who have worked on the two most recent royal weddings, as well as numerous celebrities and offer elite hair & make up services for brides (and grooms) across the country. 
EarCandy are based in the centre of Oxford, EarCandy are a down to earth group.  Their lead performer and founder David will be onsite to provide some feel good solo acoustic music
MT Studio have photographed hundreds of weddings across Oxford, so are very familiar with its architecture and style
ERA Calligraphy is run by Ellie who is an alumni (St Edmunds Hall) herself.  Her business is creating beautiful stationery for weddings, with hand written calligraphy
Oxford Fine Dining are a locally based company with an excellent reputation of service and delivery.  They will be providing the high-tea on the day

The event is open to all Alumni to book, and is an exclusive opportunity to get some beauty hints and tips from the extremely high profile team at MACH Management before their big day, as well as having a chance to be able to chat with other suppliers about weddings booked in your college, in Oxford or across the country.

Tickets can be purchased via the Alumni Weekend site and cost £25.00 per person

If you're a University staff member who would like to attend the evening, you can book during the Alumni event by going along to the ticket desk located at the Maths Institute, where tickets can be bought on Friday 20th & Saturday 21st from 2.30pm, and on Sunday 22nd between 9am-3pm.  Please also email the team on events@bodleian.ox.ac.uk in advance to ensure there's enough high-tea for all!   

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