The Brides of Culture wedding exhibition took place yesterday at the Crowne Plaza, Docklands. It was a lovely sunny day in London Town, and I was excited to meet all of the wedding suppliers on offer. There was an infectious buzz in the air with all the bride-to-be's, and it was also nice to see a good few grooms-to-be there as well.
I wanted to share with you some of the vendors that caught my eye. Please forgive my photography, I received a new camera from the Mr for Christmas and I am still learning how to use it! I had wanted to take video footage, but unfortunately I only managed to snap away. I'll save the video for next time so watch this space.
Candy Rain ~ sweet tooth heaven. Candy tables are an idea borrowed from across the pond, they make a lovely feature at wedding receptions.
Fusion Wedding Planning ~ showcasing an array of flower arrangements. I was also impressed to hear that they have classes for those of you who want to learn how to do your own flowers.
Dionne Gooding Shoes ~ and yes that is a cake in the middle...amazing!
Divas Addictions ~ hand-made shoes, perfect for those ladies that like a bit of bling.
Gloss and Glamour ~ were doing complimentary manicures. Check out her client's engagement ring!
iAM Wedding Hire ~ Statement chair covers which are bound to create a talking point at your wedding. This was my favourite with the white ruffles.
Makeopology ~ make-up artist Beverly used her gorgeous daughter as her muse to show off her skills.
Panari ~ intricately detailed cakes.
Simply Kayo ~ the very lovely wedding planner, Fikayo, had a stylishly all-white stand. Even her MacBook laptop was in keeping with the theme!
Simone Williams ~ I was excited to meet the designer herself as I have been admiring her work from afar for a while, she had 2 models wearing her stunning designs throughout the day.
Spicing Events ~ beautifully presented African cuisine.
360Hype Event Planners - showcasing a wedding reception concept complete with a back-drop, centre-pieces and table plan.
The ladies behind Brides of Culture, Kemi and Abi who put on a fantastic wedding exhibition.
If you missed yesterday's event, look out for the next installment later in the year.