What You Should Know Before You Hit The Bridal Shows

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Newly engaged? One of the easiest ways to connect with wedding vendors in your area is to grab your maid of honour or hubby-to-be and head to one of the many bridal shows taking place across Canada this month. These annual and biannual shows are a great way to make contacts and begin the planning process. Make the most of your wedding show experience with these three essential tips.

The Weddingbells team will be at the shows listed below, so stop by to say hello and pick up the Spring/Summer 2012 issue.

Toronto & Southwestern Ontario

Canada’s Bridal Show January 6-8 at Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Tickets are $15 and can only be purchased at the door.

Total Wedding Show January 20-22 at International Centre. Tickets are $15 at the door or $14 if purchased online.

National Bridal Show January 27-29 at Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place. Tickets are $15 at the door, $12 online, or free for brides-to-be who register online.

Ottawa, Montreal & Atlantic

Wedding Palace Bridal Show January 7-8 at Ottawa Convention Centre. Tickets are $20 online.

Le Salon de la Mariée January 28-29 at Palais des congrès de Montrèal. Tickets are $10 plus tax at the door.

Calgary & Edmonton

Edmonton Bridal Fair January 15 at Shaw Conference Centre. Tickets are $20 at the door or $18 if purchased online.

Calgary Bridal Fair January 22 at BMO Centre, Stampede Park. Tickets are $20 online.

Manitoba & Saskatchewan

Wonderful Wedding Show January 21-22 at Winnipeg Convention Centre. Tickets are $12 plus fees at the door and online.

British Columbia

Vancouver Wedding Fair January 7-8 at Westin Bayshore Hotel. Tickets are $25 plus tax at the door or $20 plus tax if purchased online.

Victoria Bridal Fair January 22 at Crystal Garden. Tickets are $20 at the door or $18 if purchased online.

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