Say I do to attending the Wedding Show in Ottawa this spring
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:56
If travellers have been hearing wedding bells lately when they dream of their upcoming nuptials, they may want to make plans to travel in Canada this year and visit the capital city. On April 21st and 22nd, the new CE Centre will turn into a wedded paradise that couples can explore to find ideas for their own ceremonies. The annual Wedding Show promises to help brides and grooms relax and admire all the latest trends, products and services in the industry, which could make for a fun activity to experience while on holiday.
Since there are thousands of weddings across the country every year, these gatherings can be useful to couples who have a lot of planning to do and wish to find out about all the different ways they can celebrate their special day. The event will see more than 125 exhibitors all under one roof who are experts in things like flower arrangements, wedding rings and bridesmaid dresses. Travellers can peruse the vendors and learn about the different packages and services each of these companies offer to make weddings unique and fun. If tourists have to come to Ottawa with their families, they can bring everyone along, as there will also be prom gowns, makeup consultations and more for all to enjoy at the event.
Not only will the exhibits be available to guests throughout the two-day event, there will also be some live demonstrations of wedding cocktail dresses, bridal gowns and more. Participants will have the chance to win some prizes at the door and receive special discounts at many of the vendors, which could help brides and grooms save money and spend more time in wedded bliss.
One of the best parts of this event is that it is free and open to the public. Travellers who will be in the area during the convention can sign up through the event's website to receive special updates about the new additions, vendors, presentations and more that will be added right up until the start of the show. Visitors to Canada's capital city who have a wedding in their future will not want to miss this event at the CE Centre this spring for the matrimonial celebration.