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The Bride Show brings Parisian petals

Apr '08
A perfect wedding is comprised of a plethora of elements. Creating a unique and inspiring atmosphere to mark the first day as husband and wife can be challenging when one has to consider the fashion, beauty, venue, music and guests. Flowers can be the ideal accessory to fuse the entire wedding experience, the perfect frame for the bride and groom.

Those searching for a unique ambiance will find two of the most original florists in the world displaying their creations at The Bride Show, taking place at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre until Saturday 26 April.

Space & Flower, run by a husband and wife team, Virginie and Olivier Dolz, who recently relocated from Paris to Dubai in October 2007, is making a huge impact on discerning customers who want to step away from traditional flower arrangements and take a fresh new look at how flowers can enhance any event.

“Having visited Dubai for a family wedding, we saw a gap in the market for beautiful floral arrangements with simplicity at its core,” said Virginie Dolz, the creative force behind the company. “We cater to all weddings and all budgets but the sky is the limit in terms of imagination and design.”

Another Parisian import to the UAE bridal industry is Dellisse, an award winning chocolatier and floral creation company. Specialising in customised, one-of-a-kind, handmade chocolates and floral arrangements, Dellisse have brought their unique and glamorous services to the largest bridal event in the Middle East.

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