March 6th, 2017 | Julia Braime
We’re so excited to be reprising our role as Official Blogger for The National Wedding Show in Manchester when it debuts at EventCity from 11 – 12 March 2017. As the North West’s biggest and most popular large scale wedding show, you can try, buy, book and hire all that you need for your perfect day.
See the latest bridal trends in groomswear, bridalwear, mother of the bride and bridesmaid outfits come to life on the Revlon Runway with top brands and designers including Allure Bridals, Ruth Milliam, Monsoon and Debenhams then shop over 200 of the North West’s best wedding suppliers!
Shop the dress of your dreams at the show and choose from 1000’s of top designer dresses from the likes of Issac Charles Bridal & Berketex Bride, plus take advantage of exclusive show only discounts & offers so you can save on your wedding dress!
Don’t forget the groom… at the show it’s not just the bride-to-be who can get everything they need to be wedding day ready. With an array of menswear designers including Moss Bros, Youngs Hire, Swarbricks and more.
Make your day extra special with VIP tickets to the show. The ticket includes; a goody bag full of beauty products including Lancome, St.Tropez, Revlon Professional, Omorovicza, Pink Parcel, Barry M, Model Co, Browcote & delicious treats from Baileys, Propercorn, Graze Box, Blossom Hill & more; fast-track entry to the show; a glass of fizz from Blossom Hill; reserved seating at the Catwalk; mini makeover or hair consultations from Revlon and Revlon Professional and a free copy of Perfect Wedding and You & Your Wedding magazine… plus much more!*
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If you’re looking for inspiration and creative ideas, whether you’re dreaming of a fairy-tale occasion or seeking a more cutting edge affair, it is a must attend event for every bride-to-be. Discover the North West’s premier wedding suppliers and experts for every aspect of your day, so you can buy and book everything from stunning dresses, venues, décor, photography, jewellery, wedding transport, floral displays, honeymoons, entertainment and much more.
see you there
Whatever your budget, your style, your location – whatever your dream wedding – The National Wedding Show has got it covered. As well as hosting out own features over on the show’s official blog, we’ll also be on site at the event, tweeting, facebooking and instagramming like mad (from a front row seat on their designer catwalk no less), trying to meet as many of you lovely brides to be as possible and also putting our judging hat on to award the “best in show” exhibitor prize.
We’ll see you there!
Get two tickets for £40, quote “BUN” when booking.**
February 3rd, 2014 | Julia Braime
I’ve some very exciting news to impart this Monday afternoon folks! And I’ve been dying to tell you about it for weeks! You see, I’m not very good at keeping massive secrets…
A while back, I was approached by the organisers of the ma-hoo-sive North West Wedding Fair and invited act as their “Official Blogger”. Quite the compliment! Now, you know that we run our own Luxury Wedding Exhibitions here at Brides Up North – including two very special events in the North West this spring – so at first I wasn’t sure… partner with the competition? Hmm.
But the more I thought about it, the more it made sense. The North West Wedding Fair is this season’s largest premium show for brides from the North West. Visitors love that every one of their Exhibitors and Partners are dedicated to serving the North West region. Isn’t that what Brides Up North encourages: thinking local? Also, whilst our events are bespoke, exclusive (and perfectly formed… are they in your diaries yet?) I wouldn’t want my North West readers to miss out on the biggest juggernaut of a bridal event to come your way this season either. There’s plenty of room in the diary for us both.
So I asked around, and it turns out that my fellow industry professionals and you beautiful brides to be rate this event too. So, I thought to myself cunningly, what better way to get my brand in front of thousands more Brides Up North and fuel this Northern Revolution even further?
Our position as one of the top wedding blogs in the UK – and the only one specifically for Northern Brides – is extremely valuable, so alliances like this one need to be right for us. It is Mercury Events’ excellent reputation in the market that gave me the confidence to join up with The North West Wedding Fair.
Plus, I get to ponce around on camera as I host the show’s official preview video, live from site (err… nervous, me?) Sold. I’m looking forward to contributing to a great show!
Turns out that it’s going to be a bit of a love-in all round! Mercury Events, who host the fair, said some verrrry nice things about Brides Up North too, in an “official release” that went out to special press and partners last week: “This fantastic new partnership with Brides Up North reflects our focus on delivering shows to the market which are high on quality content specific to the regions they serve. Brides Up North… is established as an essential resource for brides and grooms planning their wedding in the north of England. Julia’s vast experience and indispensable creative advice and tips will add tremendous value to our overall show offer.”
So watch this space – and the show’s official blog, where I’ll be posting all that indispensable creative advice they talk about about above, as well as exciting updates, exclusive competitions and insider info – for more updates soon, but for now, all you need to do is mark this in your diaries:
Oh, and you might just want to enter MW61 at the ticket checkout to save 1/3 off usual prices. Just ‘cos I love ya baby!
I can’t wait to get the party started!
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