Plan your perfect day at Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter

PUBLISHED: 11:28 13 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:28 13 August 2018

Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian Southerin

Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian Southerin

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Bride: The Wedding Show returns to Westpoint Exeter on October 13 and 14th promising a weekend of inspiration and entertainment with over 160 regional wedding suppliers on hand to help you plan your special day

Bride: The Wedding Show hosts a wide range of suppliers - bridal boutiques, florists, venues, photographers, cake makers, stationers and transport providers to name just a few.

There will be a jam-packed itinerary of entertainment including musical performances from a hand-picked selection of local wedding acts on the cafe stage and the awe-inspiring and stunningly choreographed catwalk show running throughout the day.

Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian SoutherinBride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian Southerin

And that’s not all. Show-exclusive deals, discounts and offers await as well as lots of competitions to enter and complimentary copies of South West Bride magazine to take home.

Don’t miss out; click here to buy your tickets now for just £5 (booking fee applies).

Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian SoutherinBride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian Southerin

Here’s a preview of just some of the exhibitors you can meet at the event...

Jane’s of Torquay on stand 237 has been running for more than 18 years, while sister company City Dress is celebrating its one-year anniversary in October. Find bridesmaids’ dresses and mother of the bride and groom discover your dream wedding dress. Proprietor Kara Bridgeman comments: “A visit to our stand is a must. If you want amazing quality, choice and value then you won’t be disappointed. All orders and purchases at the show get 10% off too. We have a sample sale rail of beautiful wedding dresses and shoes at less than cost price, so come and see if you can find the dress of your dreams at a bargain price.”

Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian SoutherinBride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian Southerin

Emma Vincent Photography, stand number 647, is run by husband and wife lifestyle photography team, Emma and Mike Vincent, who are new to the weddings industry and currently enjoying their second wedding season. Emma says: “We love to meet people. We don’t think you can capture the story of a couple’s day without understanding how they work and what they want their day to be about. Emma Vincent Photography is here for those non-traditional wild and free souls, capturing the story of your day as it unfolds.”

Based in Crediton, Divine Flowers, stand number 825, provides a bespoke, personalised service to design and create your dream wedding flowers. Commenting on the floral trends for autumn/winter 2018, manager Mary Bolton says: “One of our favourite wedding flower trends is alternative buttonholes and corsages for the wedding party. Think outside the box and choose dahlias instead of roses with delicate touches of wispy or textured foliage and stems wrapped in luxuriant ribbon or rustic brown twine.”

Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian SoutherinBride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter (c) Ian Southerin

For an unforgettable backdrop to your wedding day, Deer Park Country House Hotel on stand 515, is an 18th century Georgian mansion exuding character and charm. Licensed for civil ceremonies and accommodating up to 60 guests in the main house and 180 in the Orangery, Deer Park Country House Hotel offers a setting for all sizes of wedding, and with more than 80 acres of grounds, featuring wild flower meadows, woodland walks, manicured lawns and riverside trails, it’s no surprise that the Deer Park is considered to be one of the most romantic wedding venues in Devon.”

Visit the website for the full list of exhibitors attending Bride: The Wedding Show at Westpoint Exeter.

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