Wedding Exhibition 31th 2014

Under the patronage of princess Lateefa Bint Abdul Aziz Al Saud, the events of our 13th international exhibition events start with a new style at Nayyara Conference and Exhibition Centre in Riyadh from 14th-17th April. The exhibition involves the biggest local and international bodies showcasing their latest innovations in the world of weddings, beauty and fashion. There, you can see a distinctive group of wedding dress designers and specialists in fashion, accessories, jewellery, makeup, perfumes, comperes for weddings, and wedding thrones. Other exhibitors also include cake and chocolate experts, florists and creators of music, light and entertainment. Around 25,000 people are expected to attend the exhibition.


The opening of the show will be marked by the attendance of a number of princesses, businesswomen and other well-known women.

Mr Jihad Selim, the managing director of the Nayyara Company, believes that this exhibition adds to and attracts plenty of novel products to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as bringing all an exhibition visitor’s needs within his or her reach in such a way that is suitable to his or her position and rank. He added that the exhibition is keen on reinventing itself every year and that they are starting to prepare for it as soon as the exhibition is finished. Selim also said that the concept of wedding parties in Saudi Arabia had surpassed the traditional form and there was demand from those who are planning their weddings to keep up to date with the latest wedding trends. He saw a number of Saudi wedding designers with their own creative touch, and so he asked everyone to enter this sector due to its creative and financial potential. Concerning the competition in work market, he ascertained that competition is good, especially if it is transparent and carrying new ideas to the Saudi market, and not faked or traditional.

This exhibition is considered the biggest family gathering in the wedding and fashion industries as it involves more than eighty companies from all over the world.