London, UK – Brides of Culture (BoC) returns for the eighth instalment of its unique free multicultural Bridal Exhibition at the luxurious Hilton Canary Wharf.
With a prime location in the middle of one of the world’s busiest commercial districts that boasts excellent transport links to the rest of the city and beyond, it is the perfect venue for this season’s Brides of Culture exhibition. Taking place on Saturday 28th September 2013, this free-to-attend bridal exhibition is expected to reach a capacity of over 1200 brides and grooms to be.
With a dedicated website that serves as an interactive e-channel for brides and grooms from all ethnic backgrounds, Brides of Culture goes beyond the usual, mainstream wedding exhibitions. With up to 50 exhibitors, Brides of Culture Autumn 2013 is expected to be bigger than ever before.
Abi Laditan and Kemi Osinloye, founded Brides of Culture in 2009 to provide useful tips, information and advice, as well as details of local and regional vendors to meet the wedding needs of a diverse mix of brides and grooms. In 2013 they were finalists in the Women4Africa Awards, shortlisted for Business Women of The Year Award. Their passion and energy has led to the BoC exhibition becoming one of the most highly anticipated cross-cultural wedding exhibitions in London and the UK. The last exhibition held in March 2013 drew in nearly 1000 attendees and over 45 major wedding suppliers.
Testimonials and feedback from attendees and vendors alike continues to encourage Abi and Kemi to strive to make the Brides of Culture Multicultural Bridal Exhibition grow from strength to strength, with September 2013 set to be the biggest and most successful yet.
Event Details: http://www.wearethecity.com/28092013-brides-of-culture-free-multicultural-bridal-exhibition/
About Brides of Culture (BoC)
Founded in 2009, Brides of Culture (BoC) aspires to be the largest multicultural focused Bridal Exhibition in the UK. BoC is also an interactive e-channel providing information on services, products and vendors for members of the ethnic minority community on all aspects of planning a wedding.
According to the last census (2001), with a total of 1,148,738, the largest ethnic minorities in Britain are those categorised as Black or Black British, with the next largest being Indians (1,053,411). Overall, ethnic minority groups represent just under 6 per cent of the population of Great Britain, with over 235,000 weddings occurring each year.
BoC is available for any bride-to-be who lives and is planning to get married in the UK, providing them with any help we can to make their day a special one. There are currently many resources available to those planning a wedding in the UK, but very few for those planning one with a cultural twist. This is the area where BoC is invaluable in providing solutions to regular issues and problems that are common in ethnic minority weddings, but may not be so common in mainstream ones.
For further information visit www.bridesofculture.com