Gay Wedding Show on March 3rd at the Great Danes Hotel in Maidstone

Advert for Gay Wedding Show Male couple holding hands

We were SO excited to hear that KC Wedding Shows are hosting their first ever Gay Wedding Show next month.

Held at the Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel on Sunday, March 3rd 2019 between 10am and 3pm and extending over three rooms, the event will showcase photographers, photo booths, DJs, travel planners, bridal and menswear, hen night and stag dos, cakes, florists, venue stylists, celebrants and Toastmasters. 

There’ll also be a catwalk and a bar.

This is a fantastic opportunity for same-sex couples in the Kent area to connect with LGBTQ-friendly vendors and service providers.  But you absolutely don’t have to be gay – heterosexual couples are very welcome to attend, too.  There’ll be something for everyone.

Entry is free and there are free goody bags.  There’s also the opportunity to enter a free prize draw to win afternoon tea for 2 at the Ritz in London.

You’re welcome to pop along to the event on the day or pre-register for the Gay Wedding Show at this link to be automatically entered into the prize draw.

If you’re a wedding supplier interested in exhibiting, then you can contact KC Wedding Shows who’ll be happy to pass on availability and pricing details.

They’re expecting a big turnout so this could be a fantastic opportunity to connect to couples actively looking for wedding vendors and service providers. 

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