You know that weddings are something that must be organized well in advance. So if this is your case, you know that one of the most important events in Spain related to marriage is The Wedding Fashion Night, a bridal event that brings together couples who wish to marry and the leading companies in the sector. Established in 2011 and after eight editions, The Wedding Fashion Night will be held this year in the cities of Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, under the inspiration of British Dream.
For those who are getting married soon and have everything more or less organized this will not arrive on time, but you can review the pictures of previous editions, which are always suitable as inspiration. Each edition of The Wedding Fashion Night is celebrated with a spectacular staging, under a thematic atmosphere and this year’s benchmark is the early nineteenth century England. Do you like the subject?
The first of the events this year will take place in Alegra Barcelona on September 16 and 17, an elegant space in a privileged setting overlooking the sea where bridal proposals exposure and haute cuisine will merge. Also in the early nineteenth century it was important to entertain guests with tasty meats, it was a time when the family was the backbone of life and when it was increasingly important to enjoy the pleasures of life .
On October 7 and 8 the appointment will move to Bodevil Theater in Madrid, where the British inspiration is based on one of the greatest entertainments for all ages and social classes in the early nineteenth century, a period of great development of arts and sciences.
The third meeting will be held on November 4 and 5 in Villa Luisa in Seville, an enclosure with extensive gardens of over 5,700 square meters, a Crystal Hall and Palace House built at the beginning of the twentieth century. It represents an oasis of relaxation surrounded by Seville and becomes an ideal framework to represent freedom and peaceful life.
As in previous years, the staging will be carried out by Cristina Pérez, director of the event; Daniela Cavestany, designer known for her work in major national decor magazines, and with the collaboration of three schools of window dressing and interior of each city.
Why they have chosen this topic? Well, the creative process to decide the issue begins looking for trends in the US and Australian market and the study of the best weddings celebrated in Spain, as well as a depth knowledge of the bridal world through sector companies and what couples demand.
This year, the British inspiration translates into a feminine style with floral prints and teatime, in counterpoint to the rooms of exclusive male use, libraries, rooms for smoking and drinking; materials like glass, wood, leather; colors like white, pale pink, marsala, chocolate brown, yellow or pastel green.