By Word of Mouth Festive Market
The 6th annual By Word of Mouth Festive Market takes place on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th of October at The Polo Room, Inanda Club, Sandton, Johannesburg.
Established by Karen Short in 1993, By Word of Mouth has built a reputation far and wide for producing the most talked about, polished events and parties in South Africa. Voted Best Caterer in the Best of Joburg Reader’s Choice Awards in 19 years in a row, among other prestigious awards, By Word of Mouth has perfected the art of food and entertainment. The company offers from unique designer menus featuring exquisite food selections and tastes to complete event management.
Karen now brings her excellence, experience and special touch to this, her own annual event. If there’s one market you go to before the silly season hits, The Festive Market must be it! The popular event has fast gained a reputation over the last 5 years for being highly organised, fun and an absolute must-visit.
“We want to give visitors the best experience possible,” she explains. “We pride ourselves on attention to detail and have once again chosen high-end goods and made sure to offer amazing food, decor and entertainment. We’ve had such great feedback from our guests and each year we improve on the year before!” Plus, it’s fun for the whole family— kids are catered for with a jumping castle and kid’s area so that moms and dads can browse, eat and sip their G&T’s.
The market attracts hundreds of visitors each year who come to buy gorgeous gifts and spoil themselves with wares from the carefully curated vendors. Around 40 stalls will include unique, goods such as lovely jewellery, fashionable clothes and pretty accessories as well as divine décor and gorgeous gifts.
Fabulous food will be available to buy for those who become peckish during their shopping.
Browse the Market taking in the delightful ambience and all it has to offer. What better way to while away some time with a friend.
The Market is from 9:00am to 7:00pm on Saturday 5th and 10:00am to 5:00pm on Sunday 6th October. Entrance to the Market isR70 at the door.
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