Posted on December 23, 2010

The International Wedding Exhibition & Fashion Show Doha (IWED), Qatar’s luxury wedding exhibition, will host its 4th anniversary event from Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th March 2011 at the Doha Exhibition Center.

IWED 2011 will feature 7,500 square meters of elite wedding products and services from exclusive wedding professionals offering the newest ideas in wedding planning.

“As Qatar’s luxury wedding exhibition, IWED 2011 promises lucrative opportunities in the Gulf’s most high profile wedding market for high-end wedding designers, planners and professionals,” says Karim Zarka, CEO of IWED organizer Qatar Expo Event Management.

Three spectacular IWED wedding fashion shows each day will highlight the latest wedding fashion trends from Europe, Asia and the Middle East with a huge collection of breathtaking wedding dresses from traditional to ultramodern.

As Qatari brides now spend big budget to make their wedding day dreams come true, IWED 2011 is the big chance for local, regional and international wedding professionals to meet wealthy customers face-to-face at the #1 wedding show in the Middle East.

Among the premier international wedding designers showcasing their 2011 collections at IWED is Lebanese designer Walid Atallah whose fascinating designs mix the charm of the East with the passion of the West to make every bride feel extra special on her dream wedding day.

IWED Wedding Host Sponsor W Doha Hotel & Residences will be the sweetheart of brides this summer, offering the perfect romantic venue for traditional and modern wedding celebrations.

“W Doha Hotel & Residences is delighted to sponsor IWED 2011 for the second consecutive year. At W Doha Hotel & Residences our team of wedding concierges and planners will help create your dream wedding occasion, from celebrity chefs to fireworks to guest entertainment," says General Manager Mr. Safac Guvenc.

With IWED 2011 exhibitor, sponsor and fashion show opportunities selling out fast, organizer Qatar Expo encourages exhibitors not to delay contacting them by telephone (+974 4465 0211), fax (+974 4467 4506), mobile (+974 3362 6378) email ( or internet (

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