Love was in the air as many couples found the perfect businesses to help make their special day one that that they, as well as their wedding guests, will never forget.
Hundreds of brides, grooms and members of the wedding parties flooding the MPEC meeting vendors offering services such as wedding photography, flower arrangements, catering and DJ service, just to name a few.
For many soon-to-be brides, there was sure to be some vendor that grabbed their attention.
"A lot of the cake places that we didn't know we had, they had awesome designs. I don't know what I'm looking for yet but it's nice to see ideas and stuff," says Shanen Blasi who recently got engaged.
"The photo booths, weird pictures, crazy pictures," adds Heather Torrez, who is planning her September wedding.
"It's a neat journey to get to see all this and I definately reccommend previous brides or other brides getting married to come out here and check it out," says Blasi.
As big of an event as this was for soon-to-be brides, it may have even been more important to vendors.
Many who say the exposure their businesses receives from this expo is a major part of their sales for the spring and summer wedding season.
Really brides are on the move, and trying to make plans as fast as they can, spring's coming up which is a really big time for brides and summer too, so yeah we're seeing a lot of concellations which is great," says Cheyenne Friend with Market Street Catering.
The day also included a fashion show that allowed businesses to show off some of the trendiest wedding dresses and tuxes that will be sure to make an appearance down the aisle in the upcoming months.
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