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    Sheraton readies to host luxury wedding fair


    Ethiopia’s luxury hotel, Sheraton Addis, is set to host the second annual Luxury Wedding Exhibition, inside the Grand ballroom this weekend, titled ‘for the Journey to the Perfect Wedding’.

    In time for the rush of the wedding season set to begin after the fasting season ends next month, the two-day event is to showcase the work of local wedding planners and services that are partners of the hotel. According to the hotel, “Couples-to-be and their wedding party will experience a truly unique day-out while being introduced to suppliers in every area required.”  

    The event creates a platform for unique suppliers of wedding essentials to showcase their work in a prestigious venue. It provides a stylish and stunning environment for potential customers; an opportunity to see the most unique collection of wedding essentials.

    By bringing together a selection of the finest wedding suppliers and brides-to-be, it provides a forum for people who share a passion for style and luxury with a unique and glamorous experience with plenty of ideas to help plan the perfect day.

    Within Ethiopia, the wedding planning and service industry has become a growing market, as the spending power of the population continues to grow. Sheraton has been a sought after venue for many. Other venues of similar standard includes Skylight hotel, Hyatt Regency and Kuriftu, in Bishoftu. The event is to run all day, this weekend, ending on Sunday.

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