For the first time in history of Islamabad, PFM proudly announces its upcoming venture Islamabad Wedding Expo, which will be held on 12th& 13th May, 2018 in collaboration with and at Café 1969. The two-day event will high light the rich culture and pure traditions of weddings in Pakistan.
Islamabad Wedding Expo is a world-class wedding exhibition that will feature trend-setting facets to deliver a unique and superficial experience in planning and exquisite day of perfection. The Islamabad Wedding Expo brings the fabulous Wedding trends and opportunities of connecting the services providers to the families of Pakistan.
The sole purpose of the Islamabad Wedding Expo is to showcase Pakistan’s fines wedding suppliers to thousands of planning couples and a number of vibrant lifestyle communities in Pakistan. Together with Café 1969, PFM is going to be a part of an extravaganza series of lifestyle events through Islamabad Wedding Expo. This gives rise to the most uniquely positioned platform in Pakistan that delivers significant value to all participants in the wedding industry in Pakistan.
About PFM Events
PFM is a full-service agency that offers public relations, branding and event production services for luxury brands within the fashion, beauty, travel and lifestyle industries. PFM’s 360-degree approach to brand building, execution of innovative campaigns and unparalleled relationships garner eye-catching results guaranteed to secure a strong foothold in the market for its clients. As a lifestyle firm, PFM is able to work with clients at a variety of levels, from building a brand from the ground up to creating a captivating story around an existing brand that will leave a lasting impression on target audiences.
About Café 1969
1969 is a unique themed-based restaurant in Islamabad that aspires to relive the golden 60’s of Pakistan. Established in 2010, this upbeat and colorful restaurant appeals to guests of all ages and offers Pakistani and wand exciting dining experience. The idea of making a sixties theme restaurant was to bring back the green revolution and to project the softer image of Pakistan. In the 60’s, Pakistan was a modern growing Islamic country as depicted from the fashion, showbiz and industries of that time.