GET me to the church on time, well, in this case Elgin Town Hall.
The wedding rings
In fact, fewer people are opting for the traditional church wedding these days, so it could be a case of get me to the beach, hotel, mountain summit, village hall, pub or any venue of your choosing.
The catwalk show starts at 1.30pm on Sunday.
After a difficult couple of years due to Covid, weddings are once again unlimited in terms of how many people can attend.
If you and your partner are tying the knot in 2023 or beyond, the planning process will undoubtedly have started.
From those early discussions about practical arrangements and the little things which will personalise your big day.
The key question: Will you marry me?
The emotions of committing yourself to the one you love is the easy part, however, bringing all the different practical elements together to ensure a great day can be a little more challenging.
Bridalwear will be on show at the town hall.
Whether it is choosing a wedding photographer, selecting a venue for your reception, deciding on the flowers, a band, or outfits for the wedding, there is a lot to consider.
You may have settled on a small, intimate ceremony and wedding celebration, or you might be surrounding yourself with lots of family and friends.
Cheers to our big day.
However big or small your wedding is going to be, it will be a special day and you deserve to have the best.
The Moray Wedding Show is making a long-awaited return after two years in hibernation due to the Covid pandemic.
The show is heading back to Elgin Town Hall this Sunday and it is set to be an afternoon to remember.
There are 50 exhibitors booked to be there on Sunday, all with great ideas and products to add a little sparkle yo your big day.
Just Married and ready to celebrate.
The doors open at 12 noon until 3pm with the fashion show starting at 1.30pm.
Highland News and Media events manager Lynn Gardner is excited ahead of Sunday.
“The last two years has been a hugely frustrating period for anyone planning a wedding,” she said.
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“Many people had to postpone their plans for 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic and restrictions around the number of people that could attend weddings.
“It will be great to welcome people back on Sunday and we are excited to be returning to Elgin Town Hall, which is a fantastic venue.
There will be 50 exhibitors on Sunday.
“We have a varied group of exhibitors, covering every aspect of your wedding, so whether you are just starting to make the arrangements, or have one or two pieces of the jigsaw left to finish, you might find the answers on Sunday.”
The show is on from 12noon to 3pm this Sunday.
So, whether your wedding is round the corner and you have that one missing ingredient left to find, or you have just got engaged and are starting out on the journey, make a visit to the Moray Wedding Show part of your to-do list.
Sunday’s exhibitors are:
- Dream Events by Sarah
- Fitlike Photography
- Karen Thorburn Photography
- LJToffee Wedding Favours
- Laura’s Balloontastic creations
- Twisted Willow
- Inkpot Drawings
- Your Day Styling
- Paul T mobile disco
- Highlanders 4 hire
- Bespoke Ceremony
- With this Dress
- Lily Rose Cakes
- La-di-da Fashion
- Charlotte Smith Bridal
- White Shadow Wedding Films
- Craig Ramsay photography
- Thistle Catering Services
- Cake Corner
- Magical Events Company
- Michael Carver Photography
- Triptych Celebrancy
- Brodie Castle
- The Only Occasion
- Stenhouse Creations
- Andrea Maxwell
- Highland Castle Entertainment
- Alexandra Bespoke
- Andy Allan Photography
- Macdonald Drumossie Hotel
- Bonbon Berries
- The Muthu Newton Hotel
- Humanist Society Scotland
- The Cocktail Den
- Evelyn’s Cake Boutique
- Pixels Photobooth
- Pittodrie House
- Buchan Photography & Videography
- Eni Groner Photography
- Happy Ever Alpaca
- GnBri Photography
- Sara Campbell therapies
- Chauffeurs Inverness