Bridal Shows/Events, Wedding Planning

The 2017 Wedding Show – Summer Edition is almost here!

July 7, 2017
Wedding Show Summer Edition

Shopko Hall
1901 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay
Show Times: 10:00am -3:00pm
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If you are planning a wedding in NE Wisconsin you cannot miss this show! Everything you need to plan your dream wedding in one location!

It’s like Pinterest coming to life! You can view wedding trend display areas, meet and ask questions of local wedding artisans, taste incredible cake samples and so much more…

What you can expect:

“Groom’s Lounge” area

Visit with local vendors | Photographers, DJs, Florists, Reception Halls,Transportation/Limos plus dozens of other vendors.

Bridal makeovers | Courtesy of Paul Mitchell the School Green Bay.

Wedding Cake Decorating Competition | Vote for your favorite!

Bridal gown boutique pop-up shops and displays| Find your dream gown !

Wedding trend displays | Feast your eyes on all the beauty that can be incorporated into your wedding day!

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Real Weddings

Katie & Tyler’s Romantic-Bohemian Styled Wedding at the Radisson Paper Valley

June 15, 2017
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Katie from Clintonville and Tyler from Marion met in 2011 through Katie’s brother, Mitchell. It was Mitchell’s girlfriend’s 21st birthday, and Katie joined them for a night of celebrating with friends — Tyler among them. “My brother told me earlier in the evening that his friend Tyler was probably going to hit on me that night,” she laughs. “Behold, he did, and we hit it off!” While dating, Tyler joined Appleton’s #1 country band: Nashville Pipeline. “Being the girlfriend of a lead singer has its challenges, but never negatively affected us. It solidified our relationship and we grew incredibly close — best friends and soul mates.” 

 Tyler proposed on New Year’s Eve in 2015, while the two were in Waupaca enjoying a seven-course dinner at a restaurant where Tyler’s uncle is Head Chef. During the meal, Tyler kept professing his love for Katie. “I was thinking, ‘You’ve already told me; the wine must be getting to him now.’” At the 6th course, Tyler finally stood up, dropped to one knee, and proposed. “There was a group of six in the same room as us,” Katie says. “I didn’t reply right away, and heard one lady say ‘Did she say yes?’ Tyler had to coach me, since I was in shock. He said, ‘Just take the ring and say yes!’ So I exclaimed ‘Yes!’ and the diners all clapped and cheered.”
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The ceremony was held at St. Joseph’s in Appleton. In the bridal party were 10 bridesmaids and groomsmen, two ushers, and an adorable flower girl who didn’t make it up the aisle. Katie says the most memorable part of the ceremony was when their friends Kristian and Tom played and sang “Can’t Help Falling In Love” during the lighting of the unity candle. “They absolutely killed their unique version of the song. It was incredible.”
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 Then the party moved to the Radisson Paper Valley for dinner and dancing. “Liz at the Radisson is awesome, has tons of experience, and allowed us to put a lot of trust in her. She gave us our dream day!” The style of the reception was romantic-bohemian, natural, and cozy. “To enter, guests walked through an ivory-draped doorway. To the right was a sewing table with our guest book and a gold-framed mirror reading ‘Please sign our guest book’ set on an easel. There was a beautiful old buffet housing our semi-naked cakes, followed by a trunk for cards draped with cedar boughs, florals, candles, and lanterns. Our head table had a handmade wooden backdrop with more cedar boughs, and Tyler and I sat on an antique cranberry settee. So romantic!”
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 Katie especially loved assembling her own floral centerpieces and had a couple of talented graphic designer friends help with other unique touches. One of the bridesmaids designed a series of laser-engraved wooden magnets as party favors for guests, including the bride and groom’s initials, last name, wedding date, and a thank-you. “I had planned to have magnets for guests for years,” Katie says. “These topped my expectations.” Another friend created a Snapchat filter for guests to use throughout the night. “It cost a mere $22 and added such a fun social media touch!”
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 Dinner was catered by the Radisson, with cocktail hour featuring pretzels and beer. There were three options for dinner: chicken with wild mushrooms in a supreme sauce, roasted sirloin rubbed with Dijon mustard and a secret blend of spices, and vegetarian lasagna with Alfredo sauce. The two meat dishes were served with garlic mashed potatoes and fresh veggies, and all entrees came with a garden salad, dinner rolls, coffee, and tea. At the end of the night, Tyler and Katie treated their guests to a pizza buffet. 

 “After our delightful meal, we had some time for mingling before the most amazing part of the night — our first dance.” Tyler sang and recorded “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur as their first dance song. “It truly captures our relationship and love for one another. It was a very special and magical moment hearing the words sang from my talented husband, as I’m his number one supporter and fan.” Katie and Tyler also loved their father/daughter and mother/son dances. “We cannot thank our parents enough for helping make our day so special, and for raising us with love that we will someday share with our children.”

NE Wisconsin Wedding Vendors:
Did you attend any bridal shows? No bridal shows for me…I have been planning my wedding since I was about 8 years old. The colors that I ended with had drastically changed throughout the years, but I had very particular ideas that I followed through with to the day of.
Did you hire a Wedding Consultant? Fortunately, one of my best friends has a gift from God & a creative mind that helped us plan our wedding day. We have been friends since the day she was born, we grew up together, & talked wedding talk every time we were together! I give her most credit on making all of my random ideas come together as a solidified plan. She has started Garnish, which is a wedding rental company out of Bear Creek, Wisconsin!
Invitations: One of two things that was not local. BettyLuPaperie from Daphne, Alabama. I cannot say enough amazing things about working with Valerie over the past 6 months. Everything. The quality, color, texture. The turnaround time…I would order something & have it the following week! She did all of our paper goods invites, enclosure cards, RSVPs, ceremony programs, & place cards.
Rehearsal Dinner: D2 Sports Pub – Appleton, Wisconsin. We had the entire upstairs exclusively for our rehearsal dinner from 6pm-9pm. We chose to keep it causal with beer, pizza & wings…the food though…the food was so delicious! Having our rehearsal dinner at a bar was super fun, everyone got to know each other in a laid back atmosphere, & then party until the wee hours with the general public! I would not change that…it was a great night! Shout out to GM Brent Mack for coordinating everything for us.
Ceremony Location: St. Joseph Parish – Appleton, Wisconsin.
Reception Location: Radisson Paper Valley Hotel – Appleton, Wisconsin. Liz Pekovitch, she was who we worked with from day one! She is awesome, has tons of experience & allowed me to put a lot of trust in her, even with some bumps in the road, she too pulled through & gave us our dream day!
Caterer: Radisson Paper Valley Hotel – Appleton, Wisconsin.
Cake Designer/Dessert: Simple Simon Bakery – Appleton, Wisconsin. Our flavors were Lemon Poppyseed, Almond, Chocolate & Carrot cake all with cream cheese frosting. Our cake topper was ordered from NgoCreations in Alhambra, California. It was great quality & the perfect size for our three tier cake!
Flowers: The FlowerMill LLC – Appleton, Wisconsin (Serious shout out to Lauren for all of our bouquets, boutonnieres, & corsages – she is it!! She knows her floral design) She did 10 bouquets, 1 bridal bouquet, 16 boutonniers, & 4 corsages..that is a lot of work for one person & she did it beautifully & delievered them to our hotel room. She also made some flowers to place on the cake & two 6ft. eucalyptus garlands that she sewed to the drapery at the entrance & it looked perfect!
Music/Entertainment Star 69 – Appleton, Wisconsin (From one band to another..these are our band friends, with Tyler being in the local music industry, we have known this group for a while now, so fun☺ to book contact Bananas Entertainment)
Transportation BusTaMove – Appleton, Wisconsin (They allow food & drinks on the bus!! Something that you need to keep in mind when booking a party bus!)
Photographer Emily Megan Photography – Appleton, Wisconsin. (Uggggh Emily! When you see the pictures you will know! She did our engagement pictures as well..she is one talented girl!)
Wedding Dress Designer Watters Bridal
Where did you buy your dress Bliss Bridal LLC – Brookfield, Wisconsin. Beautiful store with beautiful employees!
Where did you get your  formalwear DuBois – Appleton, Wisconsin
Party Rental Company (linens, tents, chairs etc.) Garnish – Bear Creek, Wisconsin
Rentals: Wedding Perfect  Appleton, Wisconsin (Chair covers..they totally bring everything together. These ladies even put those bad boys on for you, & at the end of the night all you do is stuff them in a garbage bag & return them
Real Weddings

Jordan & Steve’s Rustic-Elegant Wedding at the Osthoff Resort

May 23, 2017
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Jordan and Steve met in a marketing class at University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. “I had him in my phone as ‘Steve from Marketing,’” Jordan laughs. The two got engaged five years later, during a trip to Door County. Steve planned an elaborate all-day scavenger hunt through all of Jordan’s favorite spots: Summertime for breakfast, shopping in Fish Creek, Malibu Moo’s Frozen Griddle for ice cream, JJ’s La Puerta Restaurant, and more. The hunt ended with a sunset sailboat cruise, where Steve was waiting to propose. “It was the most amazing day of my life,” Jordan says. “I’m so thankful that it marked the beginning of forever for Steve and I.”

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Jordan and Steve planned church ceremony with a reception at the gorgeous Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. “We really wanted to find a happy medium between rustic, vintage, and elegant. For elegance, we tried to bring in this feel through the flowers we chose, the linens, and the bridal party’s attire.” The bridesmaids wore long elegant dresses, and the groomsmen were in black tie from Nedrebo’s Formal Wear.

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Classic Tuxedo’s from Nedrebo’s Formalwear

 

Floral arrangements came from House of Flowers and Couture Events. “We told them our vision and they made it come to life. We went with softer flowers and kept the colors very earthy, with just a little pop of color.” For a rustic touch, Steve and Jordan chose to have white birch branches and flock incorporated throughout their arrangements. To bring some richness, the two included fur and velvet linens.

The ceremony was a traditional one. “I think in a way that made it unique,” Jordan says. “I feel that weddings are definitely moving away from the traditional. We did a lighting of the unity candle, as well as the traditional vows.” Steve and Jordan both agree that their favorite part of the ceremony was saying those vows. “It was so special to make those promises to each other. It was the start of the next big chapter of our lives together.”

After the “I do’s,” it was time to celebrate at the Osthoff, of which Jordan and Steve sing endless praise. “Lori at Osthoff was incredible. She was on top of everything and willing to work with us so we could have everything we wanted and more. She coordinated with all of our vendors and we never once had to worry about anything the night before or day of the wedding. She was truly amazing!”

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Just as amazing: The open bar and delicious food, catered by Osthoff. “We had passed selections as well as some tables of food set up for a pre-course before dinner.” For dinner, there was a choice of prosciutto-wrapped Pacific halibut, four-peppercorn seared filet mignon, and roasted mushroom ravioli. Later in the evening, Osthoff set up a hot chocolate bar. “It was a big hit, especially with the kids.”

“One of my other favorite parts of the reception was the Grand March,” Jordan says. “The groomsmen came out as fishermen to represent Steve, and the bridesmaids came out riding stick horses to represent me.” Steve’s favorite part of the reception was the live band.

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To add a personal touch, Jordan and Steve made their own save-the-dates with photos from their actual engagement and engagement photo shoot. Jordan and her mom also made a scrapbook of the five years she and Steve had been together. “That was about all we did ourselves. Everything else our vendors took care of, which was awesome.”

As for Jordan’s stand-out moment: “We got to walk into the ballroom together before they opened the doors for dinner, so we could have a few minutes to take a breath. Seeing the many months of planning come together was something neither of us will ever forget!”Premier Bride NE Wisconsin | Images by De La Teja Studios

 

NE Wisconsin Wedding Vendors:
Bridal Shows Attended The Wedding Faire in Oshkosh & Sheboygan Bridal Showcase at the John Michael Kohler Art Center
Invitations & Table Numbers Sarah Ingram
Rehearsal Dinner Lola’s on the Lake located at The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake, WI
Ceremony Location St John Lutheran Church in Plymouth, WI
Reception Location The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake
Caterer The Osthoff Resort
Cake Designer/Dessert Cakescapes out of Greenleaf, WI
Flowers House of Flowers in Oshkosh, WI
Music/Entertainment The Bluewater Kings Band
Photographer De La Teja Studios out of Appleton, WI
Videographer De La Teja Studios our of Appleton, WI
Wedding Dress Designer Stella York
Where did you buy your dress Bella Sposa in Tinley Park, IL
Where did you get your formalwear Nedrebo’s Formal Wear in Fond du Lac, WI
Rings Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds in West Bend, WI
Party Rental Company (linens, tents, etc.) All done through House of Flowers/Couture Events except the chairs
Chairs All Star Rentals LLC
Real Weddings

Cassandra & Cale’s Rustic DIY Wedding at Tryba’s Simply Country Barn

April 28, 2017
View More: http://amensonstudio.pass.us/caleandcassandra

Cale and Cassandra met like a couple of true Wisconsinites: at a Packer party! They were on their way to a a weekend get-away in Door County for their four-year anniversary when Cale proposed. While hiking near Death’s Door Bluff, Cale coaxed Cassandra to a particularly scenic overlook. “He started talking about how I should take pictures,” Cassandra says. “I thought this was odd since he’s not a picture person, but I took advantage of the rare moment. When I turned around, he was down on one knee, holding a ring. Before he could get the full phrase out, I said ‘YES YES YES!’” The two carved their initials in a nearby tree to mark the spot.

Cassandra and Cale planned a rustic wedding at Tryba’s Simply Country Barn in Freedom, Wisconsin. In preparation for the big day, Cassandra attended the bridal show at Shopko Hall in Green Bay. She decided on coral, mint, and champagne as a color scheme, with lots of mason jars and DIY touches for decoration. On the eve of the wedding, family and friends gathered at 5th Quarter Sports Bar & Banquet Hall: “We had a pizza buffet — good food and reasonably priced!”
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Both the ceremony and reception were held Tryba’s Simply Country Barn. “We asked one of Cale’s closest friends to perform the ceremony,” Cassandra says. “He happily came up with his own ceremony script. We had two speakers read short poems that I felt really summed up love and marriage.” Instead of combining sand or having a unity candle, Cale and Cassandra combined wine. “Cale likes red and I like white, so we got a bottle of each and poured a little of both into a glass.” When the two drank their mixed wine as a symbol of unity, Cale came away with a sour look on his face — but Cassandra went eagerly back for a second sip. “The whole group burst out laughing. That was my favorite part of the ceremony.”

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Then it was time to party! “The reception was great. We had the dance floor filled at all times, people outside playing lawn games, or just hanging out — but the Grand March was the most crazy.” Cassandra’s family are big into bowling, so that was the theme of the Grand March. “The wedding party wore white t-shirts (for the bowling pins) and four people wore blue t-shirts (for the gutters). I got in a big yellow ball, and Cale rolled me down the ‘lane’ toward the pins — and of course we got a strike! It was a very non-traditional Grand March, and everyone talks about it to this day.”

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Dinner was like a big, buffet-style picnic, chockfull of pulled pork, burgers, cheesy potatoes, beans, coleslaw, and fruit. For dessert: cupcakes. As for décor, the linens, chairs, and other such must-haves were provided by Tryba’s Simply Country Barn. “Everything came with the venue, so it was very convenient. A lot of the items are included in the venue rate, or are available to rent from them. The employees — bartender, cleanup crew, and owners — at Tryba’s were all great to work with!”

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When it came to adding personal flair, Cassandra tackled a bunch of DIY projects. “We decorated mason jars, and Carrie from Tryba’s Simply Country Barn provided us with flowers to put in each one.” The jars and flowers were set on slabs of wood that Cassandra’s uncle hand-cut. There was a pallet with a hand-written schedule of the day, and Cassandra’s veil and flowers were handcrafted by her aunt. Looking back, Cassandra says she just loved seeing how much their guests were enjoying themselves. “It made me so happy to see everyone having a great time and in awe of how beautiful the venue and decorations were.”

Vendors:
Bridal Shows attended The Wedding Show at Shopko Hall
Invitations Created the save the dates and invitations myself with my friend Sara’s help and had Badger State Printing print them out.
Rehearsal Dinner 5th Quarter Sports Bar & Banquet Hall 
Ceremony Location Tryba’s Simply Country Barn
Reception Location Tryba’s Simply Country Barn
Caterer Renard’s Catering
Cake Designer/Dessert Frosted Delights – They were AMAZING!! We had a 2 tier cake and then cupcakes to feed the guests. The guests LOVED the cupcakes. We had 3 different flavors – Chocolate / Amaretto / Raspberry. I would recommend this vendor to anyone looking for a bakery for any occasion.
Flowers Carrie's Simply Country Floral
Music/Entertainment Advanced Entertainment – They were really good with the quality of music and kept everyone on the dance floor. There was not one moment that the dance floor wasn’t full. I had so many compliments about the music and DJ’s. They had one person DJ’ing and an MC. They were awesome!
Photographer Amenson Studio: I love who they are and how they cater to their clients. We told them right away that we are not comfortable in front of the camera, but they worked with us and got wonderful shots for our wedding and engagement pictures.  During the wedding, they fit right in and all the guests loved them. They were chatting with the guests and dancing with them, while still getting amazing shots. 100% recommend this photographer.
Bridal Salon David’s Bridal
Party Rental Company (linens, tents, chairs etc.) All came with the venue – Tryba’s Simply Country Barn – Very convenient and they have a lot of items that are offered within the rate or are available to rent from them.
Real Weddings

Allie & Michael’s Family-Style Dinner Party Wedding at Carstens Mill

April 12, 2017
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Michael and Allie met through friends while at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Their first official date was running the annual Santa Scamper in downtown Appleton. Michael proposed to Allie over Thanksgiving in 2015. “Those who know Michael know he can be a bit of a schemer,” Allie says. “The proposal was no different.”

In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, Allie and Michael started planning to play a prank on her dad: swapping out his Michigan State Spartans flag for a Wisconsin Badgers flag at the family cottage. “I was under the impression that this was why we headed outside in the snow. We swapped out the flag, then on the way back to the cottage, Michael stopped me in the middle of a wooded area and got down on one knee. Unbeknownst to me, my family was watching from inside.” They had champagne ready and waiting to toast the happy couple.

Allie and Michael decided to treat their wedding like one giant, fabulous dinner party. The night before the wedding, the rehearsal dinner was held at Stone Arch Brewpub in Appleton. The ceremony was at First United Methodist Church, and the reception at Carstens Mill in Brillion, Wisconsin. Allie’s favorite part of the ceremony was exchanging vows. “We wrote our vows together, and saying them to each other on our wedding day was so special.”

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Then the party moved to Carstens Mill: “Beth, the owner, was amazing to work with! We would recommend this place to absolutely anyone. Beth had most of what we needed to decorate — chairs, linens, and antique dressers. We also rented some tables from Fox Cities Party Rental.” The centerpieces and bouquets, which uniquely incorporated herbs into the arrangements, came from Branching Out & Co. in Appleton — “another fabulous vendor who understood our vision.”

For dinner, the tables were arranged in three long rows and the meal was served family style, adding to that dinner party feel. Michael and Allie chose a caterer specializing in farm-to-table meals, and guests were “blown away by the flavors.” Allie made dessert herself: cake! “That was my biggest undertaking,” she says. “Dessert acted as a centerpiece along the rows of tables so that guests could indulge after their meal.”

As for other DIY projects, Allie and Michael played to their strengths. Allie made cakes because she works in the culinary field, while Michael is a designer and undertook creating the entire invitation suite, menu cards, and programs. “While designing invitations isn’t Michael’s bread and butter, it was a way for him to put his stamp on the event.” Allie’s advice on DIY: “If you’re going to do it, make sure to have a solid plan in place with timelines so you don’t get overwhelmed or behind.”

Looking back, the moment that sticks with Allie the most is when she and Michael were able to take a step back and look out at the dance floor. “We were so touched to see friends and family that hadn’t met each other until the day of our wedding, dancing together and getting along so well. There was so much love and happiness in the room, and we felt so blessed to be surrounded by such wonderful people.”

Vendors:~

Dance lessons Boogie Ballroom. We found dance lessons to be a great stress release at the end of the day and it helped us take our minds off of the stresses of wedding planning. We got to goof around and have fun with each other.
Invitations Designed by the groom Michael
Rehearsal Dinner Stone Arch Brewpub in Appleton, WI
Ceremony Location First United Methodist Church, Appleton, WI
Reception Location Carstens Mill, Brillion, WI. We would recommend this place to absolutely anyone.
Caterer Heirloom Kitchen Company. Again, Tracy was amazing to work with and we knew right away that she “got” us and our vision. The food wasn’t at all your standard wedding food, but was definitely chef-driven with lots of flavor. We liked that the menu was tailored to our desires and our budget, but still unique.
Cake Designer/Dessert These were designed and made by the bride. The flavors were almond chiffon with brandy, cherry curd and almond Italian buttercream and a chocolate S’more cake with marshmallow and graham cracker filling and Chocolate Italian buttercream.
Flowers Branching Out & Co. in Appleton, WI. Another fabulous vendor who understood our vision. We had herbs incorporated into our bouquets and centerpieces.
Music/Entertainment  Erin Krebs sang during the cocktail hour and dinner. She is so talented and added so much class and elegance to the night.
DJ Yo DJ Entertainment for dancing after dinner as well. Zarren was amazing! The dance floor was packed the entire night and we loved having a TV above his booth to show music videos, shots of the crowd dancing and photos from earlier in the night.
Transportation Kobussen Bus Lines helped us get people to and from the reception to the hotel.
Photographer Kim Thiel Photography. She really knows her stuff and does a fabulous job of integrating with the crowd to capture the “feel” of your day. We are thrilled with our photos!
Wedding Dress Designer/Shop Vera Wang – David’s Bridal
Rings Kessler’s
Party Rental Company Fox Cities Party Rental

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Fashion/Trends, Wedding Ideas

Highlights from the Visuelle Productions Spring Wedding Spectacular

March 30, 2017

This past Sunday the Fox Cities PAC was alive with romance! Couples from all over NE Wisconsin were meeting with local wedding vendors and planning their wedding day. Visuelle Productions put on a beautiful show, as always, which included an exciting choreographed bridal fashion show. The Phantom of the Opera even made a brief appearance! Here are a few images of the day!

Couture Events by House of Flowers offered several elegant high style designs. Attention to detail was evident on each display! Imagine what they can do for your wedding day!

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Prestige Executive Limousines, LTD was on hand to give us a tour of this luxurious party bus! Picture yourself kicking back in style with your entire wedding party on this ride!

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Artistic Cakes and Cookies displayed both rustic and chic wedding cakes.  “Your wedding day is unique. Your wedding cake should be too.”

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If you missed this fantastic show, don’t fret! The Fall Wedding Spectacular will be held here again on August, 13th from 12-4.

Real Weddings

Rachel & Tyler’s Fun-Filled Wedding at Radisson Paper Valley

March 24, 2017
Wedding Ceremony at the Outeredge
Bridal Shows/Events

Visuelle Productions Spring Wedding Spectacular | March 26

March 21, 2017
Visuelle Show

Start planning the “Best Day of Your Life”!

March 26,2017
Show Times: 10:30am-3pm
Fox Cities PAC

Touch and experience all of the special things that will make your wedding come alive with a wide selection of wedding vendors to help you plan every aspect of your wedding day!

The fashion show is outstanding, featuring 5 area bridal salons and 150 amazing gowns modeled by professional models, add in dancers and live entertainment for very exciting show.

Click here for more information!

2017 Visuelle Productions March 26 Show

Bridal Shows/Events

Save the Date for the 2017 Lakeshore Bridal Show!

March 20, 2017
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Planning for your big day?

We have an excellent way to start the planing process!

The 2017 Lakeshore Bridal Show

 March 26th from 11am-2pm

This event will take place at the Holiday Inn of Manitowoc!

Over 30 different talented wedding vendors!

Over $1,000.00 in prizes will be given away,

including the GRAND PRIZE: A VACATION FOR 2!

 

2017 Lakeshore Bridal Show
Tickets are Just $5.00 in advance and can be purchased at

Tina Marie’s Boutique
625 4th Street, Algoma

and

Seehafer Broadcasting

3730 Mangin Street in Manitowoc!

Admission at the door the day of the event is $7.00