WEDDING EXPO: Picture Perfect owner Chris Murrin is excited about the upcoming Wedding Expo as she gets things ready for the event. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
WEDDING EXPO: Picture Perfect owner Chris Murrin is excited about the upcoming Wedding Expo as she gets things ready for the event. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

Bridal one-stop-shop

NEWLY engaged and not sure where to start planning your wedding?

Make sure you head along to the annual Bundaberg Wedding and Formal Expo, on Sunday at the Civic Centre.

Expo co-ordinator Wendy Irwin said the event started six years ago at the PCYC.

"But it got too big and we relocated to the Civic Centre," Mrs Irwin said.

"You can walk in the door and book your whole wedding - from the car, to the reception - everything you need to make your day wonderful.

"It's a one-stop shop," she said.

With 80 sites at the expo - including wedding gowns, photographers, hairdressers, reception venues - it's a great opportunity for people to have a browse and see what is available.

"We have people who are newly engaged, to people who are about to get married and want to see the latest trends," Mrs Irwin said.

While you're at the expo, don't forget to pick up a copy of Bundaberg Bride (inset).

It's a must-read for all brides-to-be, with a new-look format, from the NewsMail.

The magazine will help you with your wedding planning with the latest styles and trends for 2015 from wedding dresses to bonbonniere and planner pages to ensure you don't miss a thing.

Bundaberg Wedding and Formal Expo

When: 9am-2pm Sunday

Where: Civic Centre

Cost: $4; under 12s free

Contact: Wendy Irwin 0427 512 584



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