Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Wedding Show this weekend to supply couples with everything they need

Would-be brides and grooms are encouraged to attend a Wedding Show taking place this Sunday at Kelham Hall near Newark.

Organised by Whoop Events and marking its 100th wedding show since it started in 2013, the event will feature over 100 exhibitors.

Running from 11am to 3pm, stands will cover every aspect of the wedding experience, from the stag and hen celebrations right through to the honeymoon.

A continuous fashion show will run from noon until 2:30pm featuring bridal gowns, bridesmaid and flower girl dresses, mother of the bride & groom occasion wear and even page boy outfits.

There’s live music all day from singers, harpists, violins and more, while a magician and mind-reader will both be performing.

Every couple registering at the show will get a goody bag with products, samples and magazines worth over £25. The first 100 couples will also receive a VIP goody bag with even more swag plus ‘The Little Book of Wedding Vouchers’ which contains unique offers and discounts worth over £1,000.

As if that wasn’t enough, there’ll also be a concourse of beautiful wedding cars and a pop-up rum bar outside the main entrance and visitors will be able to ride the miniature steam train from the car park to the show.

Admission is £4 per person at the door but free tickets can be obtained in advance here.

Although there’s a small charge for parking, each couple will receive a free tea or coffee during the show. The bar is also open.

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