Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Work through your wedding planning list at the Lincolnshire County Wedding Show

The region’s biggest wedding show is nearly here!

The Lincolnshire County Wedding Show will take place at The Lincolnshire Showground on Sunday 24th March for the ultimate day of wedding planning.

With over 50 of the region’s greatest wedding suppliers showcasing their amazing services, arrival gifts, spectacular fashion shows, live music and stage demonstrations this is an event not be missed! And don’t forget to pick up a copy of Lincolnshire Today’s Wedding Guide at the event.

Visiting the Lincolnshire County Wedding Show is the perfect way to ensure your Wedding Day is the most memorable and special occasion. Experts in the Wedding industry will display their products and services giving you an idea of their work and price ranges which will assist you in establishing a budget for your special day. We all lead busy lives and to have the opportunity to see your region’s greatest Wedding suppliers all in one day – under one roof – is a huge benefit.

Whether you have just started planning your Wedding or you have just a few things left to organise, you will get so much more out of visiting a show – you will be able to smell the flowers, try on the jewellery, taste the cake, feel the fabric, hear your favourite music and most importantly you can talk directly to the experts to discuss you own unique and personal requirements.

To ensure you get the most out of your day:

  • Visit www.cupidsweddingshows.com for your FREE tickets!
  • Bring labels with your name and email address printed on them. Many exhibitors will ask for your details usually to send your further information and offers after the event. If you already have these printed it will save you a lot of time on the day!
  • You could create a temporary Wedding email address to pass on to suppliers. Many people do not like passing on their personal email address – this way suppliers can still send you information and offers after the show.
  • Bring swatches of material or ribbon in your chosen colour scheme to help when talking to exhibitors (for example Florists could recommend certain flowers in season the date of your Wedding which will match your chosen colours).
  • Talk to as many suppliers as you can – many will have gifts for every couple.
  • Try to watch the fashion shows. Here you will see new trends, colours and designs.
  • Most of all – enjoy your day!

Email cupidsweddings@gmail.com or visit www.cupidsweddingshows.com for further information!

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