Thursday, March 5, 2015

Spring Bridal Fair set for Sunday, March 22nd


If you’re getting ready to say “I Do,” head to the 7th Annual Wildwoods Spring Bridal Fair in the beautiful Oceanfront Arena at the Wildwoods Convention Center on Sunday, March 22 from noon-4 p.m.

The Wildwoods Spring Bridal Fair, the largest Bridal Fair in Southern New Jersey, will feature a fashion show from 1-2 p.m. highlighting the latest bridal, bridesmaids’ and mother-of-the-bride gowns, tuxedos, plus special occasion, honeymoon fashions, and accessories.

A large selection of vendors will also be on hand at the Bridal Fair – including wedding venues, florists, bakeries, caterers, salons, spas, limo and trolley companies, honeymoon destinations, DJs, wedding announcement printers, photographers, videographers and many more.

In addition, the Bridal Fair will provide menu samplings as well as elegant wedding tabletop displays.

Brides-to-be can register to win a fabulous, FREE 5-day, 4-night dream honeymoon at Hotel Riu Palace Peninsula located in the heart of Cancun, Mexico, courtesy of Berman Travel (airfare not included & certain restrictions may apply.) FREE door prize drawings will also take place throughout the day.

Couples can participate in fun contests and win great prizes courtesy of Memoreys, “Creating timeless traditions and unforgettable occasions with Morey's Piers.”

Admission to the Bridal Fair is FREE, and FREE registration gifts will be given to all registered brides.

To register or for additional information, visit or call 609-465-7181.

To be a vendor at the show, please contact Brigitta Scott at 609-465-7181 or visit

The 7th Annual Spring Bridal Fair is presented by the Wildwoods Convention Center and the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce.

Sponsors include Berman Travel,,, Alliance Video Productions, Jersey Shore Wedding Association, Cape May Brewing Company, LaTorre Couture, Memoreys, Pravada Photography, Untouchables Entertainment Group, 4 A Star, Celebrations Magazine, Atlantic City Weekly, and the Cape May County Herald.

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