Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair 2015: 5 Reasons to attend!

Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair 2015: 5 Reasons to attend!

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The Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair is scheduled to take place between 21 to 23 August 2015. With minimal cost to you – Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair will treat to premium entertainment and a splendid shopping experience both under one roof! – The Durban Exhibition Centre.  Here is our top 5 reasons you should attend the Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair.

  1. Fashion Show & Dance Extravaganza

After two consecutive praiseworthy shows, The Fashion Show & Dance Extravaganza will be produced by Epic Entertainment in creative association with Shampa Sonthalia & Nateshwar Dance Academy & Tempest Media. Epic Entertainment will create a state of the art set which will surely amaze all patrons attending the fashion show.

The Fashion Show and Dance Extravaganza will be choreographed by the talented Shampa Sonthalia together with dancers from the Nateshwar Dance Academy who is celebrating 35 Years of Dance. Shampa Sonthalia and the Dancers of Nateshwar Dance Academy create a lethal combination. Prepare to be amazed! International Singing Sensation Shruti Rane will be performing live during the Fashion with a fun-filled interactive with patrons.

  1. Premium Fashion & Couture

Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair features the finest Indian Fashion and Couture, both haute and bespoke couture. Pakistan-based Designer, Nida Azwer is the official designer of the Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair 2015. Nida Azwer entered the industry in 2005 and since then has not looked back. Known for the classic timeless elements infusing traditional crafts such as tukri ka kaam, rilli, kantha and zardozi into contemporary silhouettes, Nida Azwer’s designs make a fashion statement in every event.

Nida Azwer’s bridal styles showcase the use of a wide variety of premium fabrics and a range of rich colours. The designs are hand crafted with the use of pure fabrics including Irish linen, chiffon and hand-woven silks. Her casual contemporary collection offers short tunics and long gowns with pleats, drapes and weaves.

Nida Azwer will showcase her Bridal Collection alongside International India-based bridal fashion boutiques namely Roopkala, Suvidha India, Dadar Paaneri with other local and international brands.

  1. The Eastern Bride Magazine

An exquisite glossy 200 page magazine is published and handed out free to patrons attending. The magazine has interesting articles relating to marriages, health, make-up , planning and interesting relationship issues. It also includes advertisements from stores and service providers which becomes a bridal survival guide for every bride-to-be. This is the quintessential bridal magazine.

  1. Exhibition & the real-feel

These exhibitors include a variety of wedding service providers to display and promote their services and products to couples and guests rather than viewing their work on images or in files. You can find service providers at the fair this year from Beauticians to Caterers and Mandap Providers to Decorators and Mehendi Services with Fashion Stores (Male & Female) , Wedding Co-ordinators and Jeweller and Lighting & Sound Professionals.

  1. Experience culinary excellence

A five-star restaurant is set up on site which will be catered for and managed by Durban’s favourite Bhagwans Caterers. Experience culinary excellence and let your tastebuds journey through the finest Indian cuisine & decadent desserts.


FRI: 17h00 to 22h00 | SAT: 10h00 to 22h00 | SUN: 10h00 to 22h00


FRI : 18h00 | 20h00
SAT: 12h00 | 15h00 | 18h00 | 20h00
SUN: 12h00 | 15h00 | 18h00

The Bollywood Tempest will cover the Sunday Times Eastern Bridal Fair and provide detailed coverage of the Fashion and Dance Extravaganza. Book you tickets from Computicket via the link below.


Written & Designed by Shevaal Singh – Tempest Media

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