JAKARTA, Feb 2, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - Bridestory Fair, a one-of-a-kind wedding exhibition by Bridestory, is back to inspire and help engaged couples in planning their wedding. Held on 1-3 February at Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel, this three-day event will highlight a 'Modern Heritage' theme and showcase the latest wedding trends and inspirations with a touch of Indonesia heritage.
Bridestory Fair 2019 will present a never-before-seen installations that are inspired by Indonesian heritage, in collaboration with talented wedding decorators. They are named as 'Titik Awal' by Flora Lines Decoration, 'Ruang Rasa' in collaboration with Bridestory and AIRY, and 'Dua Selamanya' by Royal Design Indonesia.
"Though many couples are often seen throwing modern celebrations, we still see that traditional and cultural elements are still inseparable from most wedding celebrations in Indonesia. Hence, we choose this theme for this event, where it is represented with local decorative elements such as wood, rattan and batik patterns, combined with natural colors like beige and brown," explained Nathalia Isadora, Bridestory Fair Lead Project Coordinator.
Bridestory Fair 2019 collaborates with 100+ vendors from 15+ different categories to offer couples various options and special packages for their big day. Some participating vendors include AYANA Resort and Spa - BALI, The St. Regis Bali Resort, Flora Lines Decoration, AIRY, Iluminen, AXIOO, Yogie Pratama, Merras Bride, Wong Hang Distinguished Tailor, LeNovelle Cake, CAVA PRIVE, VA Make Up Artist, Tulola, Miss Mondial, among others.
We've opened a special section this year, the Bridestory Gift Section, where couples can purchase various gifts to complete their wedding or find small tokens of appreciation for their bridesmaids or groomsmen. Some vendors that can be found in this area are Camani, Kandura Studio, WIT Wear It Too, LANCCA, etc.
What's more exciting, couples can enjoy a chance to win 100% cashback when making a transaction with participating vendors using Bridestory Pay. This payment method also offers other benefits for couples, such as more payment options and installments up to 24 months from 15 banks in Indonesia.
"We hope that Bridestory Pay can help couples to make their dream weddings possible and bring more benefits for engaged couples when making a transaction with our vendors," explained Bridestory VP of Marketing, Ayunda Wardhani.
Bridestory Fair 2019 is officially open for the public from Friday - Sunday, 1 - 3 February, from 10:00-22:00. The event is free admission, simply download Bridestory app and show it at the entrance. For more information, visit www.bridestory.com/fair
Established in April 2014, Bridestory has grown into an inspiring online global wedding marketplace that connects couples with wedding professionals around the world. With more than 700,000 users visiting its site every month, Bridestory has become the leading wedding marketplace in Southeast Asia with its comprehensive service and endless inspiration for couples in Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, and Australia. Bridestory also owns one of the world's largest wedding Instagram networks, reaching more than 2.5 million people globally with daily wedding inspirations. For more information, visit www.bridestory.com, and download the Bridestory App.
ABOUT SHERATON GRAND JAKARTA GANDARIA CITY HOTEL
Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel provides 3,567 sqm of ballroom, meeting rooms and boardrooms that can caters up to 3,000 people. With a neutral design and high ceiling with no pillars, Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel is a perfect venue to celebrate any kind of special event, including your wedding day with a wide range of packages starting from IDR 488 million. Please contact our Wedding Executive at +62 21 80630888, email [email protected], or visit www.sheratongrandjakartagandariacity.com/grand-weddings.
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