Are you getting married soon? Are you looking for ways to ensure that your special day reflects the unique styles of both you and your partner? A wedding fair can be a source of inspirational ideas that leaves you with a sense of what’s possible and new-found enthusiasm for tackling your wedding planning.

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From Boho to Chic

Undoubtedly, planning a wedding can be a daunting experience. You may not know where to begin. Wedding fairs are a good starting point.

A wedding fair offers the opportunity to explore contemporary bridal fashion and meet a range of wedding suppliers, including cake designers, wedding photographers and live bands, all under one roof. You may also find travel agents attending the wedding fairs where you can book your honeymoon and gain some inspiration as to what you may like to do whilst on your break. For example if you have booked a trip to the stunning country of Italy and you enjoy a bit of motorsport you might want to combine it with a F1 Paddock Club Italy experience that you can book separately at places like

It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for vintage wedding ideas or planning Gothic nuptials, there is a wedding fair to suit your style. The East Meets West Wedding show, for example, held at Burgess Hall, St Ives, Cambridgeshire, brings together Western and Asian bridal fashion in an event that offers henna designs as well as traditional wedding dresses. In the UK, there are more than 450 upcoming wedding fairs, bridal shows and exhibitions. You can find an event to match your personality and location at

What’s in Fashion in 2016?

Did you know that metallics are in? Or that the traditional bridal tiara has evolved into a full-blown crown? According to the Huffington Post, even wedding invitations have gone glitzy, with rose gold and copper invitations the most requested shades. You can catch up on what’s trending courtesy of the wedding fair bridal catwalk. The Landmark Arts Centre Teddington Wedding Fair, for instance, boasts of two catwalk shows that will showcase a variety of “stunning wedding gowns and sharp suits for stylish grooms”.

Pamper Treats and Goody Bags

Many wedding fairs not only offer free make-up and hair-styling classes for brides-to-be but also treat their guests to goody bags sponsored by well-known cosmetic brands like Aveda and Neal’s Yards Remedies. Some host big prizes, and you could be in for a chance to win anything from your wedding gown to luxury transportation for your wedding day. The entrance fees for most wedding fairs are far from reflective of the value they offer. Some are free, and most range from £2 to £4.

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