As the stage for the wedding fashion show was low by design to better engage the guests, the details of the wedding dresses could be easily seen at eye level, as the models paraded right before the guest’s eyes. Credit: Conrad Hotels & Resorts

SEOUL, South Korea - Conrd Seoul concludes 'Spring Wedding Fair' on Mar 17, Friday. Thru the fair, Conrad Seoul showcased a new wedding theme, 'Blossom' for the upcoming wedding season. The wedding fair presented a broad range of wedding collections and Conrad Seoul's unique wedding style, all in one venue, along with special benefits for prospective newlyweds who book their 2017 Conrad Seoul wedding. This was a great opportunity for those interested in creating their own unique, personally stylized wedding.

Conrad Seoul introduced a variety of wedding concepts under the theme 'Blossom' which visually expressed the wedding in the context of a beautiful, blooming flower.

Conrad Seoul's modern and contemporary wedding venue was decorated in cherry blossoms and voluminous flowers that attracted the guest's eyes. The Grand Ballroom sported a brown colored virgin walk to highlight the beauty of the bride. The Park Ballroom was decorated with a variety of colorful flowers in full bloom as its center piece, filling the rest of the hall with spectacular color. A display of hanging flowers and candles were perfectly harmonized with the contemporary ballroom, bringing together the classic and natural themes of the wedding.

In the main wedding fashion show, Conrad wedding showcased a collection of wedding looks featuring the European classic wedding dress house, 'Novia' and designer life style brand, 'CH Carolina Herrera'. 'Novia' presented its Romona Keveza line of gowns, trimmed with lace and the sophistication one would expect from a classic, high-class wedding. 'CH Carolina Herrera' showcased their colorful, bold designs with a resort look under the theme 'Blossom'. As the stage for the wedding fashion show was low by design to better engage the guests, the details of the wedding dresses could be easily seen at eye level, as the models paraded right before the guest's eyes. An ensemble of sweet nuptial songs by singer Tim put the final finishing touches on the impressive show.

In addition to the fashion show, the event's brand zone allowed guests to see the latest in wedding trends, first hand, with lots of activities to personally experience the brands. On the 5th floor, at the start of the brand zone, a fitting room for the 'Novia' collection of wedding dresses was prepared. On the 3rd floor, the venue for the main show, Kama Studios was conducting photo shoots and providing guests with a take away print as a gift, as they experienced an actual wedding shoot for the first time. Kim Chung Kyung hair and face offered tips for wedding make-up and retouching services to complete the perfect experience of dress, make-up and wedding photography, as part of a comprehensive wedding portfolio. 'De Beers', 'Crown Goose', and 'Yido Pottery' also participated to showcase the latest trends in wedding gifts and furnishings.

Conrad Seoul also presented a wealth of prizes thru lucky draws featuring the brands who participated in the fair, as well as a number of special benefits for participants who book a wedding with Conrad Seoul in 2017 as highlighted below.

The special benefits for new customers who book a wedding with Conrad Seoul in 2017

  • Special wedding fair menu service, welcome reception, and flower shower service
  • 20% discount on flower decorations (for new flower concepts)
  • Free accommodations at Conrad Seoul including breakfast (on their first anniversary)

The Conrad Seoul Wedding represents a customized, well-orchestrated wedding that is the perfect expression of your unique personality and style, drawing on the expertise of our amazing chefs, creative florist, professional wedding sales team, and meticulous banquet team, all of whom are dedicated to providing you with individualized service and assistance, every step of the way. For further information, contact: Conrad Seoul Wedding Salon 02.6137.7230~2.

Visit www.conradseoul.com or call 82.2.6137.7110 for more information and be sure and follow Conrad Seoul on Facebook www.facebook.com/conradseoul and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/conradseoul/

Contact:
Amy Hyun
Conrad Seoul
02.6137.7525
amy.hyun@conradhotels.com

About Conrad Seoul
Conrad Seoul re-defines a whole new world of luxury, sophistication and service in Korea. Strategically located, Conrad Seoul occupies one of the four towers of the renowned International Finance Centre (IFC) in Yeouido Business District. Conveniently attached to Seoul's subway system, an upmarket International lifestyle Mall with 9 CGV Theaters, Conrad Seoul is the closest luxury hotel to both International Airports. A landmark in more ways than one, Conrad Seoul offers 434 stunning, super spacious guest rooms with views to match and a real first Apple based in-room technology. With banquet facilities that will stimulate and inspire, exotic dining options and a luxurious wellness center for Smart balanced lifestyle, Conrad Seoul is a special place not just to stay, but to stay inspired.

About Conrad Hotels & Resorts
Conrad Hotels & Resorts is the destination for the new generation of smart luxury travelers for whom life, business, and pleasure seamlessly intersect. Conrad offers its guests an innovative way to Stay Inspired through curated collections of 1-hour, 3-hour, or 5-hour experiences, available through www.stayinspired.com. Guests can manage their stay through the Conrad Concierge service in the Hilton Honors mobile app, getting access to pre check-in and room selection to ordering in room dining and mobile check-out, all from their own mobile device. Consisting of 30 properties across five continents, Conrad is part of Hilton, a leading global hospitality company. Connect with Conrad by booking at www.conradhotels.com or through the Hilton Honors mobile app. Learn more about the brand by visiting news.conradhotels.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@conradhotels).

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