From cards and cake to photos and skin care, prospective brides found just about everything they needed for a romantic wedding at Wedding Fair 2012 at the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort.
General Manager Andre Brulhart and Rattanachai Sutidechanai, head of the Pattaya City Council’s Tourism & Sports Committee, opened the Aug. 10 event, along tourism industry and civic leaders.
(L to R) Wutisak Pichankan, food and beverage vice manager; Rattanachai Suthidechanai, head of the City Council’s Tourism & Sports Committee; Andre Brulhart, general manager of Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya; Chaiwat Taamthai, assistant director of the TAT Pattaya office; Pol. Capt. Samruay Saman, deputy inspector of Chonburi Immigration; and Ussa Phookphan, public relations manager of Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya open the Wedding Fair 2012.
The show featured a selection of booths selling wedding cards, jewelry, unique gifts, wedding planning, health assessments and personal items. Sample weddings were presented in Thai, Chinese and international styles, complete with extravagant food for sampling.
Photographers offered wedding and video presentation and featured items for sale including a digital wedding album. Rounding out the lineup were retailers of formal attire, jewelry, flowers and wedding cakes.
Centara featured a 120,000 baht wedding package featuring a stay in the honeymoon suite with a Lost World Theme, dinner at its Malaimongkol restaurant, flowers, five-tiered cake, carved ice sculpture and more.
Models dressed in Indian bridal costumes walk the runway during the fashion show.
This carriage won’t turn into a pumpkin at midnight, as it is one of the elaborate props available for a special wedding package.
Renowned chef, Peter Lai, displays his cooking skills during the grand opening.
A magnificent setup for that special day.