Plan your wedding with SA Virtual Bridal Fairs

Find everything you need for your wedding at a SA Virtual Bridal Fair event coming to six of SA's provinces in May and June.

Plan your wedding with SA Virtual Bridal Fairs

SA Bridal Fairs recently organised virtual bridal fairs for brides and grooms who’d like to plan their wedding during the national lockdown.

At this virtual fair, exhibitors will showcase their products online for those interested to see.

“Register for the Virtual Bridal Fair events and get your wedding planning back on track,” the website states. “We have organised this very special day to help you find your wedding cakes, dresses, photographers, catering, venues, wedding planners, and much more, all from the comfort of your home.”

The virtual fairs are open to anyone planning to get married and will take place all over SA.

“No matter where you are in the process, you’ll find everything you need including quality wedding suppliers, incredible venues and wedding planning goodies along the way.”

The SA Virtual Bridal Fairs will take place on the following dates:

  • Sunday, 17 May – KwaZulu-Natal
  • Sunday, 24 May – Gauteng
  • Sunday, 31 May – Western Cape
  • Sunday, 14 June – Free State
  • Sunday, 21 June – Mpumalanga
  • Sunday, 28 June – Eastern Cape

How it works:

On the day of the event, you will use your registration username and password to enter the virtual bridal fair. 

From there you will make your way through each exhibitors page, interacting with those you wish to, entering the competitions and more. There are three halls to work your way through featuring approximately 30 to 50 suppliers depending on your province. From there you will move to the bridal and bridesmaids gowns show and then onto the bridal information pack area. You will also find the magazine zone and the quick quote system. On the last page, you will be able to click on the exhibitor booth of any particular exhibitor to go back to ‘find out more’.

Ticket details:

Early Bird Tickets are available for only R25 per person. See the SA Virtual Bridal Fairs website for more.

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