Exmouth wedding business branched out after coronavirus lockdown

PUBLISHED: 17:00 30 June 2020

Debbie Langdon, of Celebrations Exmouth, at the East Devon Means Business trade show. Picture: Debbie Langdon

Debbie Langdon, of Celebrations Exmouth, at the East Devon Means Business trade show. Picture: Debbie Langdon

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When the coronavirus lockdown put weddings and other events on hold, one Exmouth business branched out in a bid to survive.

Celebrations Exmouth, which usually provides wedding décor, has been providing balloon and flower deliveries during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The company is sponsoring the virtual Exmouth business awards taking place on Friday, July 17.

Debbie Langdon, owner of Celebrations, said they are now offering collections from a remote studio.

She said: “The new service of balloons and flowers has been amazing – with birthday balloon arches for home-based parties and ‘acts of kindness’ flowers sent to brighten people’s days.”

When the Exmouth Indoor Market reopened, Celebrations was able to return to its traditional base.

Debbie said: “We have been overwhelmed when we first opened back in the (indoor) market, to hear people missed us and were glad to be back.”


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