During my wedding planning I visited lots of wedding shows, and although I enjoyed them it would have been nice to have attended a show which celebrated cultural diversity.
Brides of Culture (BoC) is a bridal exhibition that does just that and it is taking place on Saturday, 29 October 2011 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Docklands.
BoC started as a wedding e-channel aimed at helping brides and grooms from all ethnic backgrounds with their wedding planning. I love the fact that as well as the website they have now diversified into wedding shows.
I really identify with its founders Abi & Kemi, as like me they discovered a niche in the wedding industry through their own experiences. They created the BoC in 2009 to meet the needs of a diverse mix of couples from across Africa, the Caribbean, Asia and the Mediterranean.
BoC is a FREE event and you can sign up for your tickets by visiting www.bridesofcultureoctober29.eventbrite.com. This year is set to be bigger and better than ever before and it's a great opportunity to meet new and potential wedding suppliers face-to-face!
I certainly look forward to attending next month, so be sure to say hi if you are going to be there, I'd love to meet you.
As always I like to show you the people behind the products, so look out for a post coming soon where I speak to Abi and Kemi.