Harmonic Paradise Hosts Inaugural Wedding Expo


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Harmonic Paradise, an event planning company will tomorrow (Saturday 25th) host a Wedding Expo for the first time in Maun at the Beach Garden Center.

The expo will gather together both local and international wedding planners, makeup artist, nail technicians, designers, bakers and photographers with an aim for all vendors to come and network and learn from each other. It will also offer guests an opportunity to meet all wedding service providers under one roof and have a feel and taste of what they offer.

Couples and other guests will get to meet some of the leading and most sought-after wedding specialists. Two renowned Namibian designers Kevin Ngavetene and Miles Meroro are scheduled to grace the inaugural event.

In an interview, the expo’s coordinator, Kagisano Komme stressed that the event will offer a great opportunity for attendees to take advantage of exclusive vendors’ offers as well as lots of freebies.

“There will be plenty of tasty samples from caterers and cake makers. It will be one of the biggest wedding expos giving the guests an opportunity to buy bridal gowns, designer, new or sample gowns, at a fraction of the original price,” she told The Weekender.

Komme revealed that the idea behind the expo was inspired by the fact that there are not many similar events held in Maun so she wanted to make one that will be of great help to both the vendors and couples who are thinking of tying the knot soon.

She added that the purpose of the event is to inspire the couples as they get to see different vendors’ takes on colour palettes, wedding themes and probably get more ideas for their wedding celebration. She added that some may even overhaul their entire wedding vision after seeing what they’ve got up their sleeves.

The coordinator said the two Namibian designers will also provide guests with a unique and great variety of styles to give them an idea of what could suit them. “We have also invited some members of the travel and tour industry to see and share some of the great ideas they have that have the tourism feel and themes that most people like bead makers;” she added.

Meanwhile Komme indicated that since she is new in the industry and the expo will be her first, she has struggled to get a single sponsor for her event. She added that even finding exhibitors was quite a challenge as most people do not know her.

She however believes that in future the turn-up of sponsors and vendors will be higher as she will engage more influential people to market the event. Her plan is to host the event on annual basis every last Saturday of February. Komme said she chose the month of February for the expo because it is a low wedding season and will allow couples to have an idea and plan ahead of time. The expo will be free to members of the public.


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