It will be time for brides to feel like a princess or queen on Sunday during The Garden City Telegram Bridal Show.
The seventh annual show is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. at the Clarion Inn, 1911 Kansas Ave., and admission is free. This year’s theme is “Royal Affair.”
The bridal show will feature 30-plus vendors ranging from bridal gowns, tuxedos, photographers, DJ’s, realtors, financial, venues, skin care, limo services, makeup, jewelry, wedding accessories, professional printing, wedding and reception rental supplies, gifts and more.
“It’s basically everything you would need for your event,” said DJ Gosch Richmeier, Telegram multimedia sales manager.
Gosch Richmeier said the event is not just for brides-to-be as anyone can attend.
“There are so many vendors and such a wide array of them that you can find gifts, book a venue, book a DJ, hire a limo, find a special occasion dress, suit or tux, talk to a licensed real estate agent or talk to a financial advisor about buying a house or opening up a new account,” she said.
Last year, nearly 90 brides attended the event, as well as close to 500 attendees overall, Gosch Richmeier said. A projected 100 brides and 400 to 500 people are expected to attend this year’s event.
Along with finding the perfect attire, venue, or supplies for one’s special day, the bridal show also will have giveaways.
“We always have great giveaways, and many of our vendors have their own giveaways and door prizes,” Gosch Richmeier said. “ In years past, there has been jewelry, china, home decor, floral, design services, gift cards, etc.”
Gosch Richmeier said the bridal show always is a great time and is very high energy.
“All of us here at The Telegram that plan and put so much work into this show are very pleased every year with the turnout and with the feedback from all of the attendees and vendors alike,” she said. “Most of our vendors return year after year, so I think that shows that it’s always a great success.”
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CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported when the Bridal Show starts on Sunday. The show starts at 1 p.m.