The popularity of throwing a gorgeous soiree, rather than a simple get together is on the increase. As a host you want to have a theme running throughout the whole event from the guests’ invites, to the delicious sweets on the dessert table, to the decor in the room, or out in the garden.
Confetti Fair is a place where you can come to find creative party ideas and inspiration, receive amazing styling tips, taste delicious sweets, choose themes, pick stationery, find that perfect floral arrangement and get involved in mini workshops to see how to put together those printables and other DIY projects.
Confetti Fair, a unique combination of fairs, magazines and workshops, covers every little detail and gives you the confidence to put together a fabulous party of your own; a wedding reception, engagement party, first birthday, 50th wedding anniversary ~ it could be any type of celebration that deserves a party. There’s always an excuse for a party!
Confetti Fair – a boutique party fair held nationally across Australia.
Confetti Magazine – a beautiful print publication inspiring creative parties
Confetti Workshops – DIY workshops for party planners
Confetti Fair is the brain child of Claire Cassey, a talented Aussie creative with a design, event management and publishing background. She has launched three magazines, produced numerous books and has worked on several high end events including Luxury Travel Magazine’s Gold Awards, Perth Fashion Festival and the Bridal Fair Perth. Claire is also mum to a very cute little boy whose first birthday was the inspiration behind Confetti Fair.
In 2016, Claire passed the wand onto Esther Kefaloukos.
Esther also has a mad passion for parties and events, having been the go-to party planner for friends and family. This culminated in the creation of her little candy and dessert styling business – Sugarplum Station.
When seeing the ad for the sale of Confetti Fair, Esther jumped on the opportunity to grow her love of the party industry. Esther has a background in events, account management and digital marketing.
Whilst she has no little ones of her own, she does have a special little lady in her life (her niece Konstance) who has become her party muse.