PRN: Wedding Shows - For Better or For Worse?

General feedback about wedding fairs is mixed as you can snap up bargains and get discounts on your dream wedding, but you do find out how pushy salespeople and other brides can be.

Persone Victoria Street London, John Lewis Wedding Insurance, This April
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Wedding Shows - For Better or For Worse?

 
[20-April-2012]
 

LONDON, April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Over 50% of people attend wedding shows for inspiration only,* preferring to find their own vendors and suppliers once they have a clear idea of their special day.

General feedback about wedding fairs is mixed as you can snap up bargains and get discounts on your dream wedding, but you do find out how pushy salespeople and other brides can be.

However, visiting a wedding show can put you in contact with dressmakers, venues and musicians, and give you ideas for details you'd never have considered.

This April sees the biggest wedding show in North London return to Alexandra Palace for the third year, with over 65 professionals, including wedding photographers and stylists, available to give you personalised advice on your wedding day.

Decorative wedding cakes, unique wedding invitations and unusual wedding rings will all be at your disposal on Sunday April 22nd.

The In Wedding Show's main event is the Real Fashion Show, with wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses modelled by women of all shapes and sizes, so you can see how they will look on you.

The popular Pamper Zone run by the Benefit Cosmetics Team offers brides, friends and family a makeover, plus manicures and bridal makeup advice, including false eyelashes.

Before the Big Day, the official blog of The In Wedding Show, will be at the show running bridal advice sessions to help you organise your wedding. These advice sessions are designed to inspire you and this year's topics are DIY Weddings Made Easy and How to Make Your Wedding Fabulous (Themes & Colours). Book your free place when you order your wedding fair tickets.

Advance tickets to The In Wedding Show start from just £3.50 and brides who book tickets in advance will receive a free goodie bag on the day.

Easily accessible by rail, bus and tube, Alexandra Palace also has a large free car park for visitors, with a restaurant and pub within the grounds so you can refuel after your hard day of wedding planning.

[*] - http://blog.theukweddingshows.co.uk/wedding-shows/wedding-shows-2009-statistics-582/

How can John Lewis help?

If you're getting married, making sure your wedding day is perfect is probably the main thing on your mind. To help you to relax and worry less about things going wrong, Wedding Insurance can protect your wedding from disaster.

John Lewis Wedding Insurance starts at just £65.62 and offers flexible cover for weddings up to £50,000 both in the UK and abroad. All essential wedding items, such as the rings, the dress and the venue are covered if the unthinkable happens and we'll also pay cancellation costs if your wedding is postponed because of family illness.

For further information and to get an insurance quote customers can visit http://www.johnlewis-insurance.com/wedding.

John Lewis Insurance is a trading name of John Lewis plc.  Registered in England No. 00233462. Registered office 171 Victoria Street London SW1E 5NN.

John Lewis plc is an appointed representative of AXA Insurance UK plc who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. AXA Insurance UK plc. Registered in England No. 78950. Registered office: 5 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1AD


Lauren Baldwin, Email: customerservice@johnlewis-insurance.com, Tel: +44(0)207-592-6677

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