Mahogany Bridal Show celebrates African Caribbean bridal culture

Event featured fashion shows by some of the best designers in the UK

A wide range of exhibitors from caterers, photographers, wedding planners, and makeup artists recently took part in the Mahogany Bridal Fashion Show in London.

The Mahogany Bridal Fashion Show is the largest African Caribbean bridal show case in Europe.

Now in its 14th year, this spectacular annual celebration of African Caribbean bridal culture, featured two fashion shows by some of the best new and emerging designers in the UK.

The ranges included sustainable bridal wear by Jose Hendo, accessories provided by Divine Creations, a great mother and daughter team as well as the debut collection of Adopted Culture which is the design label of the 2010 Top Model of Colour winner Nana Afua, who is not only on her way to being a top model but is also on her way to being a top designer.

The show included some great evening and bridal wear from Reka Orosz, Link Boutique, Stency Kidega and Maureen Amooti. The designs were a mixture of western traditional, white wedding dresses with some great African inspired designs.

Live Music was provided by A1 Ballads Saxophonist.

The Mahogany Bridal Fashion Show presents alternatives for the bride and groom to wear on their wedding day. It provides visitors goods and services that meet their cultural needs.

The Show is organised, produced and choreographed by Mahogany Events who also own the Top Model of Colour (TMC) competition, Mahogany Models and Mahogany Model Management.