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5 Reasons to be at KAMERS/Makers this week

The Surroundings

It's going to be hard not to relax in this place:

Brides-to-be Get In Free

KAMERS/Makers shows are the perfect place to source wedding decor, jewellery, bridesmaid dresses, stationery, bubbly, gifts and treats for your guests, must-haves for your gift registry, maybe even a wedding ring or dress!

Brides-to-Be Get In Free promo includes the following:

  • FREE entry for you and your mom/groom/BFF on any day of your choice from 31 Oct – 5 Nov at KAMERS/Makers Stellenbosch or 5 – 10 Dec at the Irene show.
  • FREE glass of bubbly on arrival
  • FREE cheese & wine tasting
  • Special discounts from Must-See Makers (ask for your check-list at the entrance)
  • Private venue tour with Anura’s owner (Stellenbosch only)

To book your spot, please email the following to Anel at anel@kamers.co.za:

  1. Your wedding and/or engagement date
  2. You & your plus one’s names & surnames (please bring ID or driver’s license to verify at the entrance)
  3. Date & time you would like to come so we can have your goodies ready
  4. Whether or not you would like a private tour of Anura’s wedding venue

Workshops

There's exciting range workshops lined up for the KAMERS/Makers 2017! Come and get creative! Get more info here.

Live Music

And Great Items for Sale (obviously)

KAMERS/Makers is a treasury trove of creativity! Find the best pieces for you, your family or your home!

To find out more about KAMERS/Makers, click here.


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