Article Source: The Scottish Wedding Show
First Published: 17 January 2020 10:48
Updated: 17 January 2020 10:48
The Scottish Wedding Show will welcome over 200 of the country’s top wedding suppliers, from florists and event planners to Scotland’s top wedding venues and jewellers, to give on-site expert advice to those planning for their big day.
As part of the two-day event, couples can scope the latest wedding fashion trends as part of the Catwalk Fashion Show, featuring the must-have bridal gowns, menswear looks, mother of the bride outfits and even flower girl and pageboy ensembles for this season. The Live Band Showcase will also be returning to the bi-annual event to help brides and grooms find their perfect wedding band or singer with performances across the weekend.
For those who are looking for an alternative celebration to the traditional ceremony, why not check out some of the quirky wedding features on display in the Field of Dreams? Showcasing everything from show-favourites, the Caledonian Alpacas and fairy-tale outdoor lighting to prosecco vans and The Little Margarita Truck, the Field of Dreams is a must-visit.
The Manorview Group classy cocktail bar will be in full swing over both days, offering the perfect pit-stop in between wedding planning with a range of refreshing drinks and delicious cocktails. Visitors can also fuel up for more Scottish Wedding Show fun at the popular Eat, Drink & Be Married restaurant, serving up a selection of tasty small plates.
Tsitsi Makuni, Show Manager at QD Events, said: “The Scottish Wedding Show is a staple for couples preparing to tie the knot and there really isn’t a showcase quite like this in Scotland. The popular wedding trends change year on year, and we make sure that our exhibitors reflect the best and latest of what’s on offer for your big day.
“Whether it’s finding the right dress or the perfect song to walk to down the aisle, we’ve got everything you need to plan your celebration at the show.”
The Scottish Wedding Show will return to the SEC, Glasgow on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 February. General admission tickets are £13.50 per person* in advance. For those looking for an extra special experience, why not indulge in the VIP package for £27 per person* which includes fast track entry, exclusive access to the VIP Lounge, a glass of bubbly and much more.
For more information and to buy tickets, please visit www.thescottishweddingshow.com.
*All tickets booked in advance are subject to booking fees. Tickets are also available to purchase at the door.
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