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The BIG Wedding Show at John Smith’s Stadium

The BIG Wedding Show at John Smith’s Stadium

The Big Wedding Show at John Smith’s Stadium: A Day Full of Love, Laughs, and Loads of Good Ideas

The Big Wedding Show at John Smith’s Stadium was the place to be for anyone getting hitched. It wasn’t just another event; it was like stepping into a big, happy wedding family. The vibe? Think excitement buzzing through the air, loads of happy couples, and an event packed with everything you could dream of for your big day.

Catwalk Magic

Let’s talk about the catwalk that had everyone’s eyes glued. Patrick and Paris strutted their stuff, showing off the latest from Antich menswear and Chiffon Rose bridal. They weren’t just walking; they were telling a story with each pose on those mini-stages. And let’s not forget Mark Greggory, the host with the most, who knew just how to keep everyone hooked and having a good time.

WedTalks: Nuggets of Wisdom

Then there were the WedTalks – think TED Talks but all about making your wedding day awesome. Steven Heath dropped some serious knowledge about picking the right tunes, Adam Deeley dished out top-notch planning tips, Grant Saunders shared secrets to staying cool and confident, and Mark Gregory gave a masterclass on nailing that perfect speech.

Shoutout to the Superstars

Every corner you turned, there was something or someone amazing. Chair and Table Hire Yorkshire had everyone talking about their stunning wedding furniture. It was like walking through a Pinterest board! And that was just the start. The place was buzzing with talent and creativity:

  • 315 Bar & Restaurant set the scene with their classy vibe.
  • Ace of Spades had the casino tables rolling, adding a dash of thrill.
  • Antich menswear, Attention to Detail, and Attire menswear made sure the gents looked sharp.
  • Bagden Hall, Carlton Towers, and Cedar Court Hotels showed off dreamy venues that screamed ‘perfect wedding.’
  • Ben Smith and CRT Weddings snapped pics that were like little time capsules of joy.
  • Cadders hairstyling and Cakes by Michelle added those perfect personal touches.
  • Cartwrights Cars had rides that made you feel like royalty.
  • Chiffon Rose Bridal Boutique, Craven Jewelry, and Cream Photography brought elegance and sparkle.
  • Debs Events and Derbyshire Wedding Events turned spaces into wonderlands.
  • Down to Earth Florist and Drawn By Light Photography captured beauty in every bloom and smile.
  • Franklyns Jewellers & Goldsmiths, Glow Of Love, and Hayes Travel added that extra sprinkle of magic.
  • Healds Hall hotel, Holmfirth Vineyard, and Iain Henderson Jewelry made sure every detail was on point.
  • Inspirations By Hannah had floral arrangements that were like walking through a fairy tale.
  • John Smiths Stadium, John Steel, and Jordan Greenwood brought their A-game, making the day unforgettable.
  • Just for your Occasion, Kilt Couture, and Lee Call added those unique touches that make a wedding yours.
  • Mark Gregory, Mark Maycock, and Memorable Decorations made sure every moment was special.
  • Nadia Violin, Ollie Mitchell, and Owen Scott added tunes that touched the heart.
  • Patrick Mulligan, Perfect Daze Bridal, and Ponderosa Lakeside made sure every moment was picture-perfect.
  • Quadrophinics, Rachael Lawson, and Robert Ellams added their own kind of magic to the mix.
  • Spitting Pig, Steven Heath, and The Bakery Barn served up delights for the eyes and the taste buds.
  • The Baking Fairy, Tivoli Travel, and To Have and to Hold made dreams come true.
  • Tristan Dance, Wedding Bands for Hire, and Wedding Venue Lighting set the stage for a day (and night) to remember.
  • West Yorkshire 360 and Woodsome Hall made sure every angle and every moment was just right.
  • Wortley Hall wrapped it all up in a bow, making the day not just an event but a story to tell for years to come.

Music to Our Ears

The music was on another level. Each area had its own vibe, from the chill tunes in the Wed Talks mini-theatre to the classic quartet making magic on the stairs. Nadia Violin had the main room in awe, while Steven Heath brought the cool with his guitar and indie vibes.

All in All

The Big Wedding Show was more than just a day out; it was a day filled with love, laughs, and a whole lot of great ideas. It was about starting your wedding planning journey, finding those perfect touches, and making memories. And with everyone who was there, from the couples just starting to plan to those adding the final touches, it was a day that’ll be talked about for a long time to come.

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Adam @ WFY


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