Wednesday, April 24, 2024

You are now engaged and have set the date…time to get planning!

Every bride dreams of their special Wedding Day, but to make that dream come true takes a lot of planning and organisation.

Whether you have just started your Wedding planning or only have a few things left to organise, you will find everything you need at the Cupid’s Spring Wedding Show taking place at Springfield’s Exhibition Centre on Sunday 3rd March.

With over 50 stands, fashion shows, and gifts for the first 250 brides, this event remains the biggest Wedding Show in the region.

Experts in the Wedding Industry, from local independent specialists to larger high street retailers, 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.

You will be inspired by the ideas and options available and most importantly you can talk directly to the experts to discuss your own unique and personal requirements.

The exhibitors are the best at what they do, meaning they have tons of ideas and want to work with you – cake specialists can find a cake recipe to meet any special diet requirements, venue dressers will be able to turn any venue into a magical wonderland for your wedding day. Struggling to find that perfect ring? Jewellers will be able to design this for you, bridal gown experts will help you find THE perfect dress, and photographers will help you capture the most important day of life to treasure forever.

Top tips to get the most out of your day:

  • Download your FREE tickets at
  • If you already have your bridesmaid dresses or colour theme finalised, take swatches of material to match and book other aspects of your Wedding such as venue décor
  • You could set up a temporary Wedding email address where all of your Wedding related emails from suppliers can be sent to
  • Talk to as many suppliers as you can – many will have gifts for every couple and offer special show discounts
  • Try to watch the fashion shows. Here you will see new trends, colours and designs not just for the bride but for the whole bridal party…and most of all, enjoy your day!

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