Nairobi feels the Samantha Bridal Fair glow
After it was postponed from its slated date about two months ago, the Samantha’s Bridal show lived to its expectation last weekend, with lifestyle and entertainment industry lined up for a glitz glamour showcase.
From event planners, luxury destination spots, travel agencies to top designers, it was a rare showcase of a wedding planners get-together at its traditional Sarit Centre venue.The real essence of what Samantha’s bridal is made of, Ciala Resort Kisumu surprised some of the attending couples a with an amazing holiday gateway at their upmarket in Kisumu.
Coming from as far as Kisumu, Ciala Resort was a stand to behold as its Business Development Manager Catherine Kibuchi spoke of a "revolution" in the hospitality and tourism industry.
"We are very happy to be part of this great event and awarding the best couple in the dance was just amazing.
"We are leaders in the hospitality industry and we would like to change the perception in the local tourism industry by challenging Kenyans to look at alternative destination spots from what they have known traditionally," said Kibuchi, as she presented an award.
Headlining the fashion category were Moncheri Bridal, Kotex Giveaway, Fikira Company, White Closet Bridal and Sani Kollections.