The North-West’s most prestigious bridal event, Bride: The Wedding Show, will return for it’s fourteenth year in February. Proudly showcasing 150 of the region’s premier, high-quality bridal vendors – from bridal boutiques to florists, photographers to cake-makers – couples will be spoilt for choice.
Cheshire’s premier wedding show, this luxury event is held within a beautiful marquee set in the picturesque grounds of Tatton Park, Knutsford, regularly attracting 4,500 visitors a year. As well as discovering a host of suppliers to help you plan your perfect day, the show makes a great day out with a full programme of entertainment on offer for all to enjoy.
The show’s spectacular choreographed catwalk shows, considered the most inspirational and entertaining in the business, will be back throughout the weekend combining music and dance in imaginative performances that showcase the latest bridal gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses, grooms wear, mother-of-the-bride outfits and occasion wear.
Expect to see professional models strutting their stuff in stunning gowns from designers such as Maria Modes, Cheshire Bridal Wear, Knutsford Wedding Gallery and 7th Heaven, groomswear from Slaters, Chess London and Groom plus occasion fashions from John Lewis.
The luxuriously-presented band-performance area hosted by Six15 Events, will be presenting the very best in show-stopping performances from local wedding bands, musicians and singers including Toni James and Soul Revolver. Complete with its own dance floor, seating and bar, this won’t mimic a party – it will be one.
For those still looking for their dream venue, Mahood Marquees will be presenting a fully-dressed marquee area where couples can imagine their own special day. With lavishly-laid tables and spectacular decorations, visitors will be walking away with plenty of ideas to create their perfect day.
Visitors can then rest their tired feet and relax with a glass of fizz at the Champagne Bar in association with with PH Hotels, De Vere Venues and Four Pillars Hotels, or make a stop at the stylish restaurant in association with Rupert Frazer Worden’s The Fine Dining Company.