Months after staging a superlative and successful wedding exhibition, WED Expo 2012, Nigeria’s respected wedding magazine, WED is set to host a bigger and better wedding exhibition come 2013 as the industry waits to see how well the forthcoming exhibition will turn out to be.
Akin Eso, the organiser of WED Expo and publisher of WED, revealed that the exhibition will be a 3-in-1 event, and all 3 events have been planned to hold in one location, The Palace at TBS Lagos from March 21st to 24th 2013.
In a bid to make WED Expo 2013 a grander exhibition, an addition has been made to the programme as there will be Wine Fest @ WED Expo where there will be wine and spirit distributors from top brands all over the world come and showcase their brands to clients as weddings are major events where different types of wines are consumed in volume. Over 50 Wine and Spirit exhibitors are expected.
Also to be featured in WED Expo 2013 is an Awards ceremony: WED Awards which will be a night of glamour and grace that will reward entrepreneurs in the Wedding industry. The award night promises to be the talk of the town for a very long time.
A week long fashion show tagged Lagos Wedding Fashion Week has also been incorporated into WED Expo 2013 all with the aim of making WED Expo 2013 a grand and not-to-be-easily-forgotten event.
Speaking on the reason for the inclusion of Lagos Wedding Fashion Week, Akin Eso noted that “Wedding fashion has changed over the years with brides and grooms now very keen on what they wear. The amount of designers focused on the wedding industry has also increased from bridal gowns to suits and bridesmaid dresses, this event promises to be a game changer.”
Designers from all over the world will be in Lagos to showcase the best of wedding fashion at WED Expo 2013.
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