Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Fraser Valley's First & Only Large Scale Bridal Show!

January 15th and 16th, 2011
Tradex Trade and Exhibition Centre in Abbotsford

“It’s My Wedding” is the first and only large scale bridal show in the Fraser Valley, gathering leading wedding professionals and retailers from all over the lower mainland.  Taking place at the Tradex Trade and Exhibition Centre in Abbotsford on Saturday January 15th and Sunday January 16th, 2011.  “It’s My Wedding” has thought of everything to help alleviate the stress that comes with creating the day of your dreams – Your Wedding, Your Style, Your Way!

From DIY seminars on destination travel, wedding favors and financial investments (to name a  few), to a fashion show featuring the most up to date bridal fashions, "It's My Wedding" has everything you need, under one roof, to plan the wedding of your dreams.

BC native Krystal Barret, who was nominated for three BC Country Music Awards in 2008, will be performing on Saturday the 15th at 2:00pm(www.kristalbarrett.com). And DIY expert Magna Goreke will be giving valuable tips on how couples can plan their own wedding affordably and with style.

This is an opportunity to get your whole wedding party involved. While the girls gather info. on dresses, flowers, cakes and venues, the guys can lounge in an area strictly dedicated to them, complete with a big screen TV! And when they're done resting, they can visit the Western Tux Booth and the Gently Used Tux area to gather their own ideas. There's also an area for the little ones to burn off some energy! This is a wonderful time for the whole family to get excited about the much anticipated day.

Tickets are $14 in advance and are now on sale at www.itsmywedding.ca, Western Tux in Langley (102-6424 200 Street, Langley, BC - 604. 530.2807) or Western Tux in Vancouver (3298 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC - 604.251.1217).
Tickets will also be available at the door for $16, with partial proceeds being donated to the BC SPCA.

About the BC SPCA
Speaking for Animals
The BC SPCA is a not-for-profit reliant on support from the community. The BC SPCA provides emergency medical care and sheltering for 37,000 animals each year through its 41 facilities and operations across B.C. The society also conducts more than 4,600 cruelty investigations and provides a wide range of advocacy and education programs for domestic, farm and wild animals through its Provincial Office.

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