Spotlight on B.C.’s South Asian wedding industry

Surrey banquet hall hosts awards show on Sunday, Nov. 29.

The second-annual South Asian Wedding Awards Show and sixth-annual Love Ishq Pyar Wedding Tradeshow will be taking place on Sunday, Nov. 29 at Aria Banquet Hall in Surrey.

The wedding show, featuring more than 30 wedding vendors, will begin at 2 p.m. and the wedding awards show, which will honour the finest vendors in B.C.’s South Asian community, will begin at 4 p.m.

Engaged couples, their friends and family, as well as community members who want to see the latest in South Asian fashion and the winners of each wedding category are all welcome.

“It was an honour for me to receive the 2013 South Asian wedding Award for the Best Bridal Henna Artist,” said Fatma of Fatma Mehndi Art. “It was an awesome feeling after receiving it. I would like to thank (organizer) Rina Gill and her team who came up with such platform where they could honour and recognize the talent of all those artist in the wedding industry who have been working hard and giving their best in the community. I’m looking forward to this year’s show!”

There is a limited quantity of free admission passes are available at Kamal’s Video and Girlfriendz Studio, otherwise tickets are $10 at the door.

For more information, contact Rina Gill at 778 688 4973 or rina@thehypeadagency.com

 

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