Bride: The Wedding Show At Ascot Announces Catwalk Line-Up

03 Mar 2016

Berkshire's most prestigious wedding show at Ascot Racecourse on March 12 and 13 announces the spectacular line-up for the phenomenal catwalk show which promises not to disappoint. Don't miss the showcase of the latest bridal gowns, menswear, mother-of-the-bride fashions and bridesmaids dresses by the professional models.

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Confetti Bridal Centre, stand 60
Confetti Bridal Centre in Wokingham has one of Berkshire’s largest collections of wedding gowns in store. Working with some of the industry’s top designers such as Maggie Sottero, Sottero & Midgley, Essense of Australia, Stella York, David Tuttera for Mon Cheri, Sophia Tolli, Ronald Joyce and Sweetheart, gowns range from £750 through to £3,000. With an in-house seamstresses and free parking Confetti Bridal Centre strives to give brides everything they need.

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Moss Bros, stand 42
Having supplied suits for special occasions for the past 165 years, with Moss Bros you’re in safe hands. With lounge suits becoming an ever more popular choice for grooms, Moss Bros has taken note. The new Moss 1851 sky blue sharkskin is a lighter shade than your typical grey suit, with the weave of the fabric giving it a smooth finish. Also offering a flattering tailored fit, the Moss 1851 navy blue three-piece, is a perfect option for a classically stylish suit; both styles are available for hire and retail, making the option of matching suits even easier.

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Allure Bridals @ Great Expectations, stand 76
Great Expectations is a bridal boutique located in the prestigious shopping district of Buckhurst Hill who will be showing dresses by Allure Bridals on the catwalk today. Allure Bridals understand that the look of Allure is about more than just the dress. They understand that every bride deserves and needs to feel confident and beautiful on their wedding day and nothing less. Their designs blend rich fabrics like satin and lace with decadent beading and detailing, in addition to the comfort of their patented Allure construction.
The result is bridal collections, Allure Bridals, Allure Romance, Allure Women, and Allure Couture, along with the debut designer collaboration Madison James, the dream of any fashion forward modern, sophisticated bride.
The catwalk show will present some of the Allure Bridals and Madison James collections featuring dramatic backs and breathtaking styles that are sure to wow your groom.

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Borrowed Blue & Lace, stand 227
Borrowed Blue & Lace was established three years ago and is based in Wokingham, Berkshire. They are the largest bridesmaids’ boutique in the region with over 200 beautiful samples dresses available for brides and bridesmaids. Borrowed Blue & Lace also know that the mother of the bride or groom also wants to feel her very best on the big day and stock a number of designers such as Pronovias and Dessy, along with shoes and bags to complete the look. In the first of their scenes on the catwalk today they present four dresses for the mother of the bride along with hats and shoes.
In their second scene they present a selection of bridesmaids dresses from their collection which includes leading designers Dessy, Alfred Sung, Jenny Yoo, Social Bridesmaids, Ebony Rose and Amanda Wyatt. Borrowed Blue & Lace offer a one on one service in the separate bridesmaids’ studio where they can discuss and advise you on colours, styles and fabric types that will complement your bridal gown and, for brides booking today they are also offering you 10% off your bridesmaids dresses if booked and ordered by end of April 2016.

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Slaters, stand 120
When it comes to planning a wedding, it can be easy to be overwhelmed but Slaters are here to help make your day stress free. Their formal hire advisors are experts in personal service and boast an uncompromising attention to detail. From morning and evening tails to kilts and tailored fit suits, they’ve got everything you need to make your wedding party look groomed to perfection. They also specialise in “going away” outfits for the groom and can offer personal shopping for wedding guests and wedding parties. Hire five outfits from Highland dresswear or five from Formalwear and the dearest is free.

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The Wedding Warehouse, stand 124
The Wedding Warehouse bridal studio is an established business. Having traded in Slough for over 20 years they relocated to large spacious premises in Ascot three years ago, and pride themselves on the friendly service and the variety of styles that they offer. Whether you are a size 10 or a more curvy bride, they have lots of dresses to suit everyone. As possibly the only shop in the area that does not require an appointment it’s worth paying them a visit before making any final decisions.

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The finale
We welcome back all our models on stage for a fun-filled finale

Bride: The Wedding Show at Ascot Racecourse brings together nearly 100 of the region’s finest wedding suppliers sited over two floors. There will be live singing on the cafe stage from wedding srtists and a champagne bar to to lend a little sparkle to the occasion. Every bride will receive a free copy of the brand new issue of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Bride magazine and the first 100 brides through the door each day will be lucky enough to receive a goody bag packed full of treats, samples and favours to take home.

Tickets to the show are £5 each or £15 for a group of four in advance here. Tickets are £7.50 on the day.

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