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2012 KFDX Bridal Market

<br>Before brides can say they're going to the chapel and they're gonna get married, the big day needs some big planning.<br>Lucky for them, the KFDX Bridal Market offered brides to be a chance to get everything booked before they tie the knot.

Wedding dresses, center pieces, cakes, music, even an awaiting chariot.

The 11th Annual KFDX Bridal Market had everything a bride needs to plan her wedding.

"We have everything from photographers to wedding planners, florists, travel agents, DJ's, wedding reception venues," said Meredith Crowe with the Bridal Market, "really, you name it we've got it."

If you were looking for cake, vendors offered something for any taste.

For brides still looking for the perfect place to take their nuptials, whether indoor or outdoor, there were plenty of venues to choose from.

And of course, what wedding is complete without music?

"Weddings are a big part of what we do as DJ's here in the community," said Jeff Hughes, owner of Sweet Beats DJ.

This is the first year Hughes booked a booth at the Bridal Market, and he said he couldn't be happier.

"Absolutely, we made some great contacts today," said Hughes, "met a lot of great people as well. We're definitely looking forward to next year already."

Sweet Beats DJ is just one of the dozen vendors who helped make 2012 the biggest Bridal Market ever.

"I think this event is so successful because brides really know they can come here, and find everything they need," explained Crowe, "in fact we've had some brides leave and tell us they booked everything they need for their wedding."

And because of stories like that, vendors and organizers said the KFDX Bridal Market will continue to flourish.

"We've got a lot of brides here and a lot of business to offer," said Crowe, "so there's enough business to go around."

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