Its Going To Be a Thriller, Its #WeddingHourLive

Twitter sensation #WeddingHour is being brought to life by the originators The Wedding Affair and Northern Blog Brides Up North to host #WeddingHourLive, the Ultimate Wedding Industry Networking Spooktacular.

The Event is being held on the 23rd October 2013 between 7pm and 11pm at Cedar Court Hotel, Harrogate.




With #WeddingHour growing in popularity each week and more and more wedding industry suppliers, venues, brides and grooms getting involved in the conversation Worldwide, it was time to take it to the next level.

So Lisa Hogg from The Wedding Affair approached Julia Braime from the Brides Up North to join forces and create #WeddingHourLive a one off Halloween Spooktacular which promises to be an action packed night full of amazing music and entertainment, traditional Halloween games and lots more spooky surprises.

#WeddingHourLive is a special networking event bringing #WeddingHour to life just over a year since it first started on Twitter in October 2012.

It runs every Wednesday evening, originated and hosted by The Wedding Affair, between 9pm and 10pm and helps the wedding industry, brides and grooms to interact, make new friends, retweet and follow others all over the World.

To get your hands on tickets to #WeddingHourLive which are £10 and include a welcome drink, canapés, gift bag and other ghostly treats, come in your best Halloween fancy dress and let your imagination run wild.






Remember its guest list only so make sure you register and book your place soon before it’s fully booked.

You can get tickets by the following links: Wedding Hour Live or clicking Its Going to be such a Scream on the Wedding Affair Blog.


For more information please visit

The Wedding Affair – or email Lisa on

Brides Up North


For more information on #WeddingHour on Wednesday Nights see – #WeddingHour – A Portal for Wedding Twitter.


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