Four Seasons Riyadh hosts wedding exhibition

The integrated wedding exhibition is scheduled at Four Seasons Riyadh from September 25 until September 27

The Ketha Zawajatona wedding exhibition at Four Seasons Riyadh is set to take place starting tomorrow, September 25 until September 27.
The Ketha Zawajatona wedding exhibition at Four Seasons Riyadh is set to take place starting tomorrow, September 25 until September 27.

Four Seasons Riyadh, in partnership with BelleGate, is presenting a luxurious wedding fair, slated to be the biggest in Riyadh city, Ketha Zawajatona.

Ketha Zawajatona is an integrated wedding exhibition showcasing local talents and international brands in the industry.

The wedding fair aims to present fine options serving every single need of the bride-to-be for organising her memorable day, while reflecting the culture and traditions of Saudi Arabian weddings. The wedding fair will feature exhibitors from haute couture designers, fashion, jewelry, photography, videography, beauty, fitness, hair accessories, cosmetics, perfumery, floral arrangements, cakes, hospitality and many more. In addition, Ketha Zawajatona will include a fashion show and 3D projection and mapping.

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The wedding fair will include both a family section and a segregated ladies only section. All activities of the event will commence at 4:00 pm starting September 25 until September 27, 2017.

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