Nu Bride The Wedding Show promised to be the UK’s first wedding show dedicated to wedding diversity and the modern millennial couple – Featuring everything couples need to plan their wedding day and ever after, and it didn't disappoint!
The highlight of my month was hands down, Nu Bride The Wedding Show. To set the scene, we were greeted with a glass of champagne and a tray of well thought-out mocktails. The show was in the impressive new contemporary wedding and event space, Camden House. The venue literally has everything! High ceilings, ornate chandeliers, tons of natural light and a vast amount of space, right in the heart of NW1. The setting went perfectly with the show's aesthetic.
As I entered the beautifully designed space, I grabbed a drink and headed over to listen to the panel discussion on diversity in the wedding industry. It was fascinating to hear how 'us' wedding suppliers can also play a part in making the industry more inclusive.
After the panel discussion, we had a chance to top up our drinks ready for the fashion show. The fashion show exceeded all expectations. It’s one thing to see the gowns float across the runway, however the most outstanding dance performances by Sol Dans Company and sensational sounds from Songbird Sessions and Jay Emme Cellist, stood out by far. Now for the gowns... The gowns at the show were an absolute dream. The vibe from all collections were sophisticated, sexy, elegant and bold. Personifying the ideal embodiment of a bride's desire, portrayed in all shapes, sizes and shades; representing women far and wide.
Another great aspect of Nu bride The Wedding Show, is that I got to meet up with some of my favourite vendors and wedding suppliers that we have worked with throughout the year. It’s great to catch up on things we’ve learnt or weddings that have been memorable.
Well, enough of me rambling on about how great the show was, you HAVE to check out how amazing it was. All photo credit goes to the super talented: Becky Bailey Photography. Dress designers bought to you by: Rita Colson / House of Bilimoria / Charlie Brear / Brides do Good
Groomswear: Keye London
Hair accessories and jewellery: Bespoke Vintage Castle