Weddings and jewellery go together like Tom & Jerry and Ant & Dec. This is why the Jewellery Quarter is the ideal place to plan one. From the wedding dress to the rings and even the cake, you can find it all in the Jewellery Quarter. And this top-4 list will allow you to get everything sorted and ready for your wedding.

Wedding Quarter

First up, is the Wedding Quarter,  a Jewellery Quarter born and bred family-run business. The business has been open since May 2014 and continues to thrive within the Jewellery Quarter. With a selection of ‘Off-the-Peg’ gowns and designer gowns, you are sure to find the perfect dress and accessories for you and your bridesmaids. And with the addition of special offers available and a Designer Open Event on the 4th – 7th November, this is the ideal place to find your wedding dress.

Cake Quarter

Now the dress is sorted, it’s time to sort out the cake and the Cake Quarter is a great place to look. Specialising in making your ideas into handcrafted works of art. They believe that it is your day and it should be your cake. They even have The Wedding Cake Range, to make your experience of choosing the perfect cake simple, easy and fun!

Premier Diamonds

The dress and cake are ready to go, now it is time to think about the wedding rings. And there is no better in the Jewellery Quarter then Premier Diamonds. With a variety of styles, gemstones and diamond shapes, you are sure to find the one.

Dale Hairdressing

Your wedding is the best day of your life, so you should be looking your best. The dress has been selected, your surroundings will look beautiful, as will your cake and the ring on your finger will be ‘blinging’ away, but what about your hair? Treat yourself to amazing updo by the experts at Dale Hairdressing. They also offer a massage, manicure and pedicure, so it is the ideal place to go!

If you have planned a wedding already and you came to the Jewellery Quarter to plan it all, what were your go-to places?

But if it all gets too much, feel free to take a rest at the countless food and drink venues in the JQ and remember, think of the tax allowances from marriage 🙂