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Design your bespoke wedding at Bride Show Abu Dhabi

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Feb '10
The UAE capital's most prestigious bridal event is welcoming a range of new brands, products and services, offering brides-to-be and Abu Dhabi's fashionistas a glamorous day of shopping and wedding planning.

From 10 to 13 February at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, and under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Sheikha Bint Saif, wife of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, The Bride Show Abu Dhabi will be an exclusive opportunity to buy luxury goods which are not usually available in the capital.

Joining respected wedding organisers such as Carnation, Dubai World Trade Centre and Al Khaleej Hospitality this year are AZURINE and Empire Events, wedding planners who can take the stress out of organising the ultimate family celebrations.

A collection of Italian jewellery designers are travelling from Europe to showcase the latest in sparkling gems and gold for the first time at The Bride Show Abu Dhabi. Roberto Casarin SRL, Fabio Fanfani, Bruno Aristi, Maggio Teresa & Damianacos Damiano, IMVIDIA and Clio Pro Jewellery will be bringing thousands of dirhams of diamonds to Abu Dhabi, ideal for engagement rings and wedding bands.

Representing the ultimate in decadence, Asian company Prouna will be showcasing their new concept luxury chinaware, designed by an international team of renowned artists and ceramic engineers. More than simple tableware, the collections feature sparkling crystals which embellish original and beautiful patterns on fine bone china.

With a bespoke store in Seoul, South Korea, the company's exclusive presence at The Bride Show Abu Dhabi will be the only time brides-to-be can purchase the ultimate dining experience which blends Asian high culture with European tradition in a distinctive and contemporary style.

“Planning a wedding should be an exciting moment rather than a stressful one,” said Lucy Clarke, Exhibition Director for The Bride Show. “The Bride Show Abu Dhabi offers brides-to-be ideas, tips and the latest trends in the wedding industry to help them prepare for the biggest day of their lives.”

Also new to The Bride Show Abu Dhabi this year are L'Oreal and Kerastase, coming together to offer women free use of the blow dry bar, giving them ideas for bridal hairstyles and chignons. Furthermore, brides-to-be can find out about their exclusive wedding hair packages, which begin a month before the big day, offering a unique and tailor-made plan for colouring, treatments, cuts and products.

Well known Lebanese television presenter Claire Damaa is travelling to the UAE to launch her new line of luxury lingerie, Claire D. A first for The Bride Show Abu Dhabi, the lingerie, which retails from 300dhs up to 7,500dhs, features straps of Tahitian pearls, which can also be used as a necklace and bracelet.

Brides-to-be looking for the ultimate luxurious petit detail to add to their wedding are advised to visit French haute couture chocolatier, Forrey & Galland, which is bringing their divine boutique store from Dubai Mall to Abu Dhabi for the first time. Forrey & Galland will tailor-make exquisite chocolates to suit every kind of wedding party.


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