We had a fabulous weekend at The National Wedding Show, Olympia, handing out our Best of the Blog magazines and chatting to lovely brides-to-be! If you didn’t make it, don’t worry because we’ve rounded up some of our favourite bots from the day:
Wedding Ideas: The National Wedding Show
If you can’t make it to the first National Wedding Show of 2016 in Manchester then don’t fear – the London show is just around the corner (27th-28th February!). The perfect day out for brides to be, this one-stop wedding shop is the perfect place to kick start your wedding planning, gather gorgeous inspiration, meet some of the best suppliers in the industry and begin making those all-important bookings. Find your dream venue, from central London wedding venues to those in the North, South East, South West and West of the Capital.
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Every bride deserves to feel like a Princess on her wedding day. Adorning your hair with crystals and pearls in the form of luxury headpieces will definitely give you the ultimate Princess feel. At the National Wedding Show we came across a large number of luxury headwear stands; we identified three main trends which will suit varying bridal styles.
From quirky wedding ideas to dreamy Disney dresses – The National Wedding Show didn’t fail to impress. We met some lovely suppliers and were inspired by new wedding trends which dominated the catwalk and stands. Here are our top 5 highlights from the day…
A Catwalk Twist – With front row seats, we were quickly captivated by the stunning dresses which glided down the catwalk. Dresses with pockets were a recurrent theme, alongside gorgeous pastel shades, and decadent backless designs. A new section of the catwalk showcased Debenhams’ new seductive lingerie selection.
Fitting well with next season’s relaxed country style for weddings, “Naked Cakes” were a huge trend at this season’s National Wedding Shows. Composed of layered madeira sponge and buttercream, decorated with fresh berries or flowers and dusted with sugar – this style is not only visually stunning but unique from the “traditional” wedding cake.
Cakes by: Meringue Girls and Le Papillon Patisserie.
The National Wedding Show is set to return to London, Birmingham and Manchester this autumn. Here are 10 reasons why you and your groom should definitely not miss it!
1. The National Wedding Show = the ultimate wedding planner! You can plan every detail of your big day all under one roof. From trying on dresses and hiring your venue to choosing your cake and booking your honeymoon!
Over the three days at the National Wedding Show every 10 – 15 minutes you could hear a group of men burst into song. These were the Singing Waiters!
Most of them are classically trained, so not only did they have great voices but they could perform a wide range of music from classical to rock.
Music aside the guys had a huge amount of charisma and certainly knew how to pull in a crowd and perform.
So if you are looking for different ideas to surprise your guests or your partner at your Wedding Reception, what a great idea!
Today marks the start of the three day National Wedding Show in London, and Nicky, John and Emily are there to check out what is happening on the catwalk and to see the latest trends on the trade stands.
The first fashion show of the day got off to a good start with every seat taken and some traditional designs from Ian Stuart. The general feel is for lots of lace and there is still a lot of vintage around.
The bad news? slim fitting is definitely in so it is time to hit the gym!Read More