Article Source: The Scottish Wedding Show
First Published: 5 November 2021 9:16
Updated: 5 November 2021 9:17
The Scottish Wedding Show will return to Glasgow’s SEC on 19-20 February 2022, showcasing the latest trends and bringing together the hottest suppliers to help couples from across Scotland plan unforgettable weddings.
The Scottish Wedding Show displays all the latest must-haves for your big day, hosting 250 of the UK’s leading wedding suppliers. From bridal gowns and flower arrangements to musical entertainment and venue décor, happy couples can find everything they need to plan their perfect celebration all under one roof at the SEC in Glasgow.
The famous live Catwalk Show also returns for the 2022 event, showcasing bridal dresses and groomswear trends for next season and a fabulous array of bridesmaid, mother-of-the-bride/groom, flower girl and page boy attire.
For those looking for the perfect soundtrack to their big day, the Live Band Showcase will also be in full swing over the weekend, while the Field of Dreams returns – showcasing the very best ideas for outdoor ceremonies or receptions under the stars.
And guests can also toast to the wedding planning fun with the return of the Cocktail Bar, offering a range of alcoholic beverages and soft drinks to fuel up for even more wedding show entertainment.
Tsitsi Lynn Makuni, Show Manager said: “The past two years have been incredibly difficult for Scotland’s wedding industry and for couples all over the country who have been forced to delay and postpone their plans.
“Now that people are able to look to the future and put plans in place, we are delighted to return with a Scottish Wedding Show which will showcase the ideas and extraordinary talent which can help make your wedding day unforgettable.
“The show is a must-visit for couples who are preparing to tie the knot and we, and our exhibitors, can’t wait to welcome you back.”
Couples or wedding parties who are looking to make their visit to the Scottish Wedding Show a truly unforgettable occasion can also upgrade to VIP tickets for fast-track entry into the show where you can enjoy a glass of fizz in the comfort of the VIP Lounge. VIP package also includes a seat in the front 2 rows of a selected Catwalk Show and much more.
Tickets are available to book online now from £14 for entry only and £30 for VIP tickets. Catwalk tickets are available for £3.50, visitors must also a valid entry ticket.
Visitors must comply with any COVID-19 measures as determined by The Scottish Wedding Show, and any legal requirements as defined by Scottish Law at the time of the event (unless exempt). More information can be found at www.thescottishweddingshow.com/visiting/covid-19-guidelines
For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.thescottishweddingshow.com
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