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Harry 07507 740418 or Iain 07981 436324

Meet the Chaps

Planning a wedding can be a truly flummoxing and stressful experience. ‘What if my guests don’t dance?’, ‘I don’t want my friends to be bored’, ‘Will the day run smoothly?’

You’re probably spending more money than you have ever spent before!
On things that you’ve never bought before!
And things that you’ve never heard of!

At The Wedding Chaps our mission is to banish your wedding jitters and turn it into something you can get truly excited about. We have a passion for creating weddings that reflect your personality and are designed with to achieve your wedding day vision.

So whether you want your day to be romantic, fun, engaging, vintage, riotous, smooth, ecstatic, joyous, themed, subtle or anything in between we’ll inject your wedding planning with the ideas and inspiration that will elevate it into something truly special.
Many of our couples have never been married before so wedding planning is a leap into the unknown. So it’s really really important that whoever you choose to be part of your wedding team is someone you can depend on and someone you can really really trust.

The best way to find that out to meet us. Once we’ve found out what makes you and your wedding day tick, you’ll leave with a spring in your step and the holy grail of wedding planning, your very own shiny copy of The Wedding Chaps Big Book Of Ideas’

Meeting with The Wedding Chaps has no fee, no charge and there’s no catch. We make a mean cuppa, so what are you waiting for? Just pick up the phone to Iain or send an email. Just get in touch!

We will give you a humdinger of wedding party that you’ll be proud of which you ‘ll want to show off to everyone.


4 Cornforth Close, Staplehurst, Kent TN12 0BP
07507 740418


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