When East Meets West- The Greatest Love Story

This month, The Pavilion Shopping Centre will be transformed into a wedding paradise as they play host to The East Meets West Bridal Fair on Saturday, May 21 & Sunday, May 22 between 09h00 & 19h00 on both dates.

The Pavilion will be packed with a wide variety of stands from photographers, hair stylists, makeup artists and all things décor, so there is everything for all brides to be! 

Visitors to the fair will also stand a chance to win a wedding valued at over R150 000 which will include a wedding venue (The Venue-Shongweni), a photoshoot (Toxic Micz Productions), bridal wear (Wedding Whispers), Décor Hire (A2Z Event Specialists) and a bridal package (The Bridal Factor) – All one has to do is complete the online entry form on www.thepav.co.za in order to stand a chance to win. The grand prize winner will be announced on Sunday, 22 May 2022 at 14h30, after the fashion show and in order to win, entrants into the competition must be present at the fountain court.

Following on from the very successful 2019 Bridal Fair, The Pav is looking to grow the event even bigger this year with over 40 exhibitors participating, as well as bespoke fashion shows that will take place on both days at 13h00 at the fountain court.  

The East Meets West Bridal Fair is the perfect opportunity for future brides and grooms to come and receive expert advice for their special day. The exhibitors will be sure to inspire prospective brides and their wedding parties with many colourful and unique displays.

The Pavilion is renowned for their many unique interactive exhibitions and events that ensures visitors walk away with many positive memorable experiences!

“Through activations like these, we get to revisit the most inherent of human needs – and that is to be cared and loved (#Pavcares) and we believe that our shoppers are much more than a retail transaction. Their visit to The Pavilion is made up of special heartfelt moments and we get to amplify these through events like the bridal fair”, says The Pav’s marketing manager, Julie-anne Zuma.