Huge North East wedding event to return to Newcastle’s Utilita Arena

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Planning a wedding? The Northern Wedding Show is the place to be!

With plenty of proposals happening over Christmas and New Year, there will be many newly-engaged couples wondering where to start when it comes to planning the big day.

Well, for those in the North East you are in luck, as The Northern Wedding Show will be returning to Newcastle’s Utilita Arena in February. 

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The award-winning show takes over the whole floor area of the arena, filling it with different suppliers for weddings - all of which are located in the North East. Attendees can expect to find and talk to those in the wedding business, such as photographers, venues, cake makers, and much more.

Alongside over 120 different wedding suppliers, attendees will also be able to watch a catwalk, which will showcase the best wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, and groomswear alongside Mother of the Bride options. All of the above will differ in price range and styles.

There will also be giveaways, goodie bags and VIP sections available. There are also ongoing competitions taking place online, which can be found via The Northern Wedding Show’s social media and website. The prizes up for grabs include wedding accessories, bridesmaid dresses and more.

The Northern Wedding Show will take place over two days, on Saturday February 4 and Sunday February 5, with both shows starting at 10am. Tickets are £14.50 each for general admission and can be purchased here.

The show travels across the North East, and has previously held events at Beamish Hall, Wynyard Hall, St James’ Park and Stadium of Light.

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