Congratulations! We are so excited to welcome you to The Wedding Expo® , South Africa’s premier bridal show where you will find everything you need to plan your very special day. The Wedding Expo® is on 24 – 25 August 2013, so save the date, you don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to meet wedding experts and be inspired.
If you are looking for wedding suppliers right now, then head straight over to our Exhibitor Listing where you will find all the suppliers you need. From wedding gowns, venues, photographers and wedding planners to your honeymoon and all the other service providers you are going to need for your big day. Our gallery is also a great place to spend some time. Browse through our past fashion shows, find beautiful table décor, flowers, invitations and more. Pin them, like, them, share them! We also have a fabulous Bride’s Blog to inspire you and an Exhibitor News blog to keep you up to date on what our exhibitors are doing.
Subscribe to our monthly newsletter and we’ll keep you up to date with what is happening at the Expo. We’ll also give you tips and ideas for your wedding planning and pass on news from the industry.
From the Bride's Blog
So you’ve found your dream wedding dress and maybe even the perfect shoes to match; now all that’s left to complete your bridal look is to decide on a wedding veil! When choosing a veil, consider the style of your gown and the overall look and feel you are going for. Here is a breakdown [...]Read full post
Not too long ago, the style and length of bridesmaid dresses was determined by the dress code of the wedding, but these days, anything goes! We’re seeing short dresses at black tie weddings and long dresses at casual outdoor celebrations. Depending on the fabric used and the accessories incorporated, both lengths can be just as [...]Read full post
No matter the style or theme of the wedding, long tables give receptions a feeling of sophistication and elegance. Not only are long tables incredibly beautiful but they also make seating arrangements that much easier. Groups can be merged along the table without obviously grouping or separating people. Long tables also evoke a more intimate, [...]Read full post