When the ecstasy of the engagement begins to dim, you’re stranded by a wave of panic—“I need to plan my wedding !” Suddenly, the mountain of decisions that requires your personal care seems as horrifying as building another wall in China.
Just relaaaaax! Breaaaathe! Our Wedding Carnival is the key for you. This bridal fair gathers all the wedding professionals you need under one roof for one weekend saving you countless time and money. You will want to collect information, compare prices and services, see the latest fashions, get a multitude of choices including flowers, cakes and sweets, photographer's portfolios, reception sites, honeymoon destinations, bands, accessories, veils, and much much more and more importantly have fun.
The event is held for the fourth time by Red Square Company and slated for the 5th and 6th of February at the Royal Maxim Kempinski Hotel.
Attendees will get the chance to mix and mingle with dozens of bright exhibitors displaying every necessities and services you might need to plan the majestic wedding of your dream. A runaway style shows will feature the newest wedding dresses collections. An entertainment show will be presented for the first time by Abu Hafiza,the talented and famous Akram Hosny. Ahmad Issam will heat the ground with his fire show and Adernaline will add their enchanting touch to the evening.
The spokesman for the event, who is also the Managing Director of Red Square, Mr. Sherif Ashraf said: “For a country like Egypt, wedding is a big business. In 2014, there were nearly one million marriages. This is a very attractive industry to local companies, as well investors working in Egypt." “Our aim is to position Egypt as a hub for the wedding industry in the region; and Our Wedding Carnival as the number one destination for both exhibitors and visitors alike'', and added that this year they will also adopt their former initiative of helping twenty orphan brides getting married hand in hand with Bedaya's Organization.
So ladies what are you waiting for? your perfect wedding starts here.
Photography by: Kanaan Fayyad