The National Wedding Show London hosts over 300 suppliers, plus thousands of visitors. To keep all these visitors busy, the show had a large variety of activities running throughout the day. Ranging from the Planning Platform hosted by Hitched.co.uk to the catwalk shows provided by the official show sponsors, Lancôme.
After watching these shows, prospective brides are left itching to try some dresses on themselves. With a plethora of stands inviting visitors to try on their dresses, the most eye-catching stand, in our opinion, was certainly Rasha Kashou Couture, who had created a makeshift dress shop in their stand build. The stand created a shop front with the use of a large white counter, acting as a cashier’s desk. Around the corner of the stand, mannequins in a row displayed beautiful dresses, leading to a dressing room area. This exhibitor had a small room built into the stand to create a private changing area, with the rest of the bridal party sitting in a sofa area nearby.
The National Wedding Show is a touring show, with more exhibitions coming up in 2017, and then back in London in 2018. We’d recommend booking tickets if you’re a bride-to-be, and if you’re exhibiting then feel free to get in contact, we’d be happy to help you with your exhibition stand design!