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April 28, 2011

Cape Town Wedding Festival Brings the Royal Wedding to the Mother City

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A Malay bride. Photo courtesy Qihuii de Hanabi

The world is abuzz with excitement for the pending royal nuptials of England’s Prince William and his beautiful fiancée Kate Middleton on Friday, April 29, 2011. It is only fitting, then, than the Royal Wedding should be the theme for this year’s highly anticipated Cape Town Wedding Festival in the Mother City.

Held in the breathtaking glass-sided marquee, the Waterfront Lookout, on the water’s edge of Granger Bay, the Wedding Festival will be a flurry of activity amidst gorgeous white bridal gowns and exhibitions stands featuring some of the best wedding service providers and more.

While not all of us as are lucky as the Beckhams to receive a personal invitation to the Royal Wedding, we can still enjoy a front row seat to the exciting proceedings with a live broadcast at the Wedding Festival on two big screens, and a commemorative show guide.

Now in its 14th year, the Cape Town Wedding Festival is co-hosted by Celebration House and TFG Livingspace magazine. This year’s event will also feature hundreds of popular service providers, including photographers, dress designers, wedding coordinators, cake decorators and more.

You may not be marrying the royal heir, but you can certainly still feel like Princess Bride at the Wedding Festival. Besides being treated to a complimentary glass of Swartland bubbly on arrival, you also stand the chance of winning big in the A Royal Occasion Competition!

From fantastic weekend stays at game reserves and wine estates to a tasty Lindt chocolate hampers and jewellery, there are plenty of amazing prizes to be won.

For expert advice, a not-to-missed viewing of the Royal Wedding and plenty of fun, don’t miss the Cape Town Wedding Festival on Friday, April 29, 2011. For more information, call +27(0)21 674 7350 or visit www.capetownweddingfestival.co.za.

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