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Taj Palace Dubai lines up a host of prizes for wedding fair

The Taj wedding fair takes place this month from the 18th to the 19th February with an excellent line up of exhibitors and a host of prizes to be won.

Wedding photographer Darrin James will be offering a complimentary engagement photo shoot for couples who book their wedding shoot at the fair and the Taj Hotel Cape Town is providing a door prize of a two night stay with breakfast for two at the Taj Cape Town Hotel.

In addition the hotel is running a competition on air in conjunction with local radio station City 101.6 FM to find the wedding couple of the year in a month long competition. The grand prize will be a wedding ceremony at the Taj Palace Dubai and a honeymoon at the Taj Exotica Maldives.

Exhibitors include local fashion designer Ekaterina & Maria; Liali Jewellery; wedding planning services, Weddings & Events; Swiss International chocolates, Chocolat; Malini Ohri hair and makeup; Four Seasons Entertainment & Events; Dora Silver Gift & Flowers, Al Rais Holidays, Desart tableware, Darrin James Wedding Photography and event planner Eventra.


Would-be brides and grooms can expect to find tips and advice on everything they need for their big day, from wedding cakes and attire to flowers and photographers. Exhibitors will be on hand to provide all the assistance that they may require to make sure their day is perfect. Representatives from the Taj Palace Hotel will offer personalised service and assist booking the hotel as an exclusive wedding and reception venue.


“Wedding fairs are a convenient way of obtaining unique and innovative ideas for your wedding. You can save considerable time in planning your wedding by visiting these events where you will see a whole host of wedding related products and services gathered together in one place. Attendees can do just that at our forthcoming event” said Andreas Mueller general manager Taj Palace Hotel Dubai.

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