Wedding Arabia major draw


Published — Saturday 22 December 2012

Last update 22 December 2012 3:39 am

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The second edition of Wedding Arabia & Beauty Care 2012 was held recently at the Jeddah Hilton which was opened by Mazen Batterjee, deputy chairman of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI).
The three-day event was displaying a wide range of wedding related products and services. Exhibits at the show include wedding decoration items, fashion and jewelry wear, bridal wear, health and beauty items, and wedding stationery.
Services covering catering, wedding venues, wedding entertainment, including traditional dance troops, sound and light services, car and limousine rental, and photography and video, besides travel agencies, home furnishings and appliances, and banking services, are also being showcased at the event.
More than 170 exhibitors were displaying a wide range of perfumes, ouds, cosmetics, jewelry, gifts and accessories, health and beauty products, cards and stationery, and related materials and services.
The highlight of the show is a national Turkish pavilion comprising 33 companies supported by the Undersecretriate for Foreign Trade of Turkey.
Participating alongside were companies from China, Malaysia, Jordan, Lebanon and the UAE and a large number of Saudi companies dealing in a range of products catering to this booming industry.
There were special features in the form of live demonstrations from beauticians, fashion and haute couture houses and fitness centers.
“This year’s exhibition has brought a wide range of products and services ranging from the latest jewelry designs to fashion, beauty, photography, wedding designers, bridal accessories, flowers, invitation cards, kitchen appliances, furniture and a lot more,” said Zahoor Siddique, VP, Al-Harithy Company for Exhibitions, which has organized the show.

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