History is an evolutional topic and through the years, classics have always been able to stand the test of time. In this context, it is important that the younger generation is able to retain, respect and understand the origin of traditions. On 24 and 25 May 2013, Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot will hold its wedding show to unfold before it’s audiences the fabulous ceremony of an era held in the magnificent Grand Ballroom. With the concept of travelling through time, there will be a classic wedding cultural show of difference. The highlight of the show is the Empress’ Wedding Ceremony set in a 360 square meters area that we definitely take any to be newlyweds’ breath away.
On site of the wedding show, models wearing classical wedding dresses of different centuries will cat-walk on the stage to show off their elegant gowns. This theme showcases a setup and decoration that will give audience an imaginative impression of how a wedding could look like in a different angle. Time flies; only love is forever. The show comes to a climax where a traditional Chinese bride wearing an empress’s chaplet and official robes shows up on stage, representing the spectacular scene of the last Empress’s wedding. A red gown embroidered with dragons and phoenixes delivers the auspicious meaning of happiness and harmony. A beautiful crown with jewels and mink symbolises supremacy of the nation. All this finery dates back to the genuine royal style of the Chinese’s profound wedding culture. This Shangri-La Wedding Show exhibits a wedding etiquette and culture of a thousand-year. Meanwhile, the Shangri-La Service Show, Y-Generation Wedding Show and Golden Childhood Birthday Party Show will also bring a visual feast to our guests.
During the wedding show, the Wedding-Etiquette Culture Summit Forum will be held as well with the attendees of the Director-General of the China Wedding Industry, the Deputy Secretary of Huhhot Propaganda Department, the Vice Chairman of the Inner Mongolian Federation of Industry and Commerce and industrial experts. Wedding trends and traditional Chinese wedding prospects during the development of the cultural industry in Inner Mongolia will be discussed.
The whole wedding show will be held in the 1,620-square-metre grand ballroom of Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot, which is the largest ballroom in the city with a ten metres high pillarless space. Guests will experience an all-wave fantastic wedding show. Well equipped with a 564-square-metre venue and attentive services, it is the perfect choice for guests to celebrate special occasions. In addition, the hotel is a one-stop provider of all services for any celebrations. A group of professionals ensure that every detail of the event will bring any newlyweds an unforgettable and romantic experience.
For more information and for reservations, please contact the hotel’s wedding specialist at (86 471) 336 6888 or visit www.shangri-la.com.
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