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Offer! Save on tickets to The Wedding Fair ExCel in London this spring

Offer! Save on tickets to The Wedding Fair ExCel in London this spring


Written by Katie Byrne


Have you booked your ticket to this spring's must-visit bridal show? If not, we've got an offer just for you...

 

The Wedding Fair ExCel is taking place in London between 8-9 April, and promises to offer brides-to-be endless inspiration for planning their wedding.

From wedding cakes to bridal blooms, photobooths to transport, photography to honeymoons, beauty treats to entertainment (and everything in between), it promises to offer all the ideas you could possibly need to organise your celebration.

SCROLL DOWN FOR YOUR EXCLUSIVE TICKET OFFER!

You might even find your dream wedding dress...

Watch catwalk shows debuting the very latest in bridal fashion, find your dream honeymoon location and raise a glass at the Prosecco Bar - and those are just a few of the highlights.

Meet an edit of the country's very best wedding suppliers, all gathered together under one roof - so clear your diary, grab your partner (and/or wedding party) and prepare for a serious fix of wed-spiration!

Your exclusive ticket offer - save 1/3 on ticket prices

We’ve got a special promotional offer to save you 1/3 on the door price when you buy your tickets online. Simply follow this link to get tickets for just £12 (RRP £18 on-the-door). VIP tickets not included. Offer expires 7 April 2017. Visit theweddingfairs.com for more information. 





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