The most exciting bridal event is coming to town this weekend, and naturally you will want to take advantage of the many treats we have in store for you.

To help make sure you don't miss out, we've created a little itinerary to guide you through the weekend:

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9am: Doors open, arrive early and make the Brides stand your first port of call. We've got free manicures from the Perfect 10 team and lots of amazing prizes up for grabs (including the Ian Stuart gown the nation's men said they want you to wear on the big day and £4,000 worth of luxe wedding treats!) Once you've entered those competitions, have a walk around to get your bearings and make a note of the suppliers you want to return to. 

10.30am: Take your front row seat at the catwalk for the 'Dresses with Drama' show.  You can always upgrade to a gold catwalk ticket for just £15 to receive a glass of bubbles, a reserved seat and an exclusive, luxury show bag with gifts from Michael Van Clarke, Bobbi Brown, Mr & Mrs Smith and more.

11am: For an expert tour, sign up to Bruce Russell's guided experience (email info@bybrucerussell.com) starting from the Savoy stand. There is a gift bag to be had and expert tips to pick up!

12pm:  Once you know where you are and what you want to do, take this opportunity to seek out those exhibitors who caught your eye. By Appointment Only Design's stand is sure to make you swoon, as will Emmy Shoes, Maids to Measure, Lila Accessories, Katya Katya Shehurina, Palmbrokers, Laduree and more (the list really goes on, and on…)

1pm: Head over to the Imagination Room to put your DIY skills to the test. On Saturday Elizabeth's Cake Emporium will be showing you how to master couture cupcakes, and on Sunday the experts from Social Pantry will teach you dazzle your guests with their cocktails and mocktails masterclass.

2pm: Time for a pit stop! The Utterly Sexy Café serves up a delightful pot of Earl Grey with their almost-too-good-to-eat cakes.

2.30pm: Make your way over to the Bobbi Brown bridal beauty studio, where the Pro Team will be showing you how to create classic bridal make-up. Think powder-pink cheeks, sandwashed-pink lips and soft eyes.

3pm: Head back to the catwalk area to watch the 'Roman Holiday' show, expertly styled by our fashion director Bryony Toogood and inspired by our favourite starlets of all time - Bardot, Loren, Monroe, Hepburn and Kelly.

4pm: Put your questions to the experts On The Sofa. On Saturday our beauty editor Astrid Joss will be asking make-up artist Sarah Brock to share her secret tricks to help you look your most beautiful on the big day, and on Sunday join The Savoy's wedding planner Bruce Russell to learn how to ace the finer details of your day.

5pm: Finish your day at the Sommelier's Table, selecting the perfect luxury wines with the Virgin Wines team. Sampling encouraged. Plus, feel free to catch up with any of the exhibitiors you may have missed before.

Don't forget to tweet @BridesMagazine with your highlights and favourite parts of the day using #BridesTheShow

Brides The Show; 22-23 March 2014; www.bridestheshow.co.uk