It is engagement season and wedding planning will be starting soon! The Twin Falls Bridal Expo is coming up quickly and it is going to be bigger than ever. They changed locations to accommodate space.

Twin Falls Bridal Expo Coming Up Soon

The Twin Falls Bridal Expo is going to be in the old Shopko building on January 6th and January 7th. On Friday, January 6th it will be open from 5 pm to 9 pm. On Saturday, January 7th it will be open from 10 am to 4 pm. There will be tons of vendors and information to help with your wedding planning needs.

Things That Will Be At The Bridal Expo

There will be tons of opportunities to look for cake decorators, DJs, wedding planners, and o much more. There are going to be everything you knew you needed for a wedding and things you probably had no idea you needed for a wedding. And the good thing is you get to meet and talk with all these vendors directly. You can find the best ones that work best with what you want all in one place. You aren't going to have to jump from business to business to find your match.

Bridal Expo Pricing And More Details

If you want to go check out the Bridal Expo, tickets are $10 dollars each with $1.50 in additional fees. If you are having your whole party come to the event it is $45 dollars each with $3.25 in additional fees. Tickets are available for purchase online here.

What To Bring With You To The Bridal Expo

You can bring family, friends, or your fiance. Technically, you can bring all of them! Also, make sure to give yourself plenty of time to look around. Arrive early because you don't want to feel rushed talking to vendors. You should also bring a checkbook, credit cards, cash, etc because a lot of vendors are going to have sales right then and there. Make sure you have a date in your mind so you can find venues that can accommodate you and book right away because they fill up fast. Most of all, bring a great attitude and have some fun!

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