BRIDE, one of the Middle East’s biggest and most luxurious bridal evens, will return this week to Abu Dhabi. BRIDE 2014 Abu Dhabi promises to offer visitors even more glamour, inspiration and entertainment than ever before.
The event will kick off on February 12 (Wednesday) at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre and it will continue until February 15 (Saturday). This year, it present exhibition of more than 500 brands and designers from the region and the world. They will introduce attendees to traditional wear, bridal gowns, evening gown and jewelery. In addition, they will have the chance to meet various wedding caterers, photographers and confectioners.
As always, BRIDE will present all the latest wedding and bridal trends that will dominate the year. That will happen through catwalk shows, a fashion avenue, a jewelery pavilion and different conferences.
Last year, BRIDE was attended by more than 33,500 people. That is why, this year, the event will be organized on the massive floor space of 11,508 sq. m.
However, BRIDE 2014 visitors will not only be lured by the luxury brands and designer collections. Similar to the previous editions, the event in Abu Dhabi will include various interactive features and prizes with an estimated value of more than AED 70,000. This year, attendees will have the opportunity to win a wedding dress designed by Joumana Al Hayek. The second big price is a honeymoon to the Seychelles. The trip itself includes three night stay in a romantic villa, as well as two business class tickets.
In the spring, another edition of the event will be organized in Dubai. It will take place between April 2 -5, at the International Exhibition Centre and it is also expected to attract thousands of visitors. Both, BRIDE Abu Dhabi and BRIDE Dubai became long-established traditional events to attend for women in the UAE. As a result, they are among the leading bridal and wedding events in the entire Middle East region.
BRIDE 2014 will open with a catwalk show by Saher Dia on February 12. Children under the age of 12 will not have access to the exhibition halls due to health and safety reasons.