From wedding favours to place settings, every bride needs plenty of inspiration when planning their wedding. The programme includes a fashion show of tuxedos from Tuxee and wedding gowns from the Dressee x Winnie Couture Beverly Hills collection by local celebrity Eric Suen. After you have fawned over the dresses, we picked out five highlights from The Mira Hong Kong’s Rose Gold Romance Bridal Fair (held on September 17 from 12-8pm) so you can make the most of your Sunday afternoon there.
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Check out the “sparty” set-up at the MiraSpa, where the bride and her friends can get manicures or pedicures while sipping on champagne and snacking on an afternoon tea spread.
Workshops for wedding favours
Don’t settle for cookie cutter wedding favours. The fair includes fun workshops for you and fiancée to pick up some tips for personalised gifts.
Testing out delicious food is no doubt one of the best parts of wedding planning and guests will be able to sample new dishes from the hotel’s Chinese banquet menus, like shrimp and seaweed rolls paired with seared scallops and baked lobster topped with cheese and herbs.
Decked out venues
Aside from the ballroom, other venues at The Mira will be made wedding worthy with the hotel’s latest colour schemes for place settings, centerpieces and linens—making it easy for you and your fiancée to envision the scene where you will cut the cake, toast the guests and take to the floor for your first dance.
Vendors who will be setting up shop at the fair include SanStation for wedding stationery; Miramar Travel so you can drop hints to your fiancée for that dream honeymoon; Private I Salon for some handy hair-do ideas, and more.
The Rose Gold Romance Bridal Fair is held on Sunday, September 17 from 12-8pm at The Mira Hong Kong (18/F ballroom). There is no need to book in advance and entry is complimentary.
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