Wonderful wedding day out at Exeter’s Westpoint

PUBLISHED: 18:40 07 October 2016

Bride: The Wedding Show takes place this weekend.

Bride: The Wedding Show takes place this weekend.

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The best wedding show in the South West is at Westpoint Arena, Exeter, this weekend with a full day of planning, offers, samples and fantastic entertainment.

The Wedding Show at WestpointThe Wedding Show at Westpoint

Bride: The Wedding Show will have more than 170 exhibitors including the Sidmouth Harbour Hotel, hair and make-up artist Sarah Case of Lympstone and Budleigh Salterton-based wedding hair and make-up specialists Changing Faces. Cassie Middleton, wedding and events manager at Sidmouth Harbour Hotel, said: “This will be our first year exhibiting at the show and we are very excited to show potential bride and grooms what we can offer as a new coastal venue in Devon.”

Many of the stands will offer freebies, competitions and show-exclusive deals. The spectacular catwalk shows run 11.30am, 1.15pm and 3pm; there’s entertainment from Blue Lion Band, FullyFunctional, Steve Dott Sings and magician Dan Brazier; a dedicated vintage area, a stylish café provided by Posh Nosh, and a champagne bar.

The first 100 brides to arrive each day receive a goody bag and visitors can pick up a free South West Bride magazine, plus an official show guide.

Bride: The Wedding Show is at Westpoint Arena on October 8 and 9, from 10am-4pm. Tickets are £5 each, or £15 for four people, in advance from www.theweddingshow.co.uk Tickets on the door are £7.50. Children 16 and under admitted free.

Anyone who registers for advance tickets has the chance to enter a draw to win a return flight for two from Exeter to Alicante with Flybe. Anyone who registers for advance tickets has the chance to enter a draw to win a return flight for two from Exeter to Alicante with Flybe.


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