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Showing posts with label wedluxe. Show all posts

Wedding: Inspiration from Wedluxe

Back in January, I went to the WedLuxe Wedding show.
This was my 3rd time going!

The first time as a married woman. It was totally a different perspective. My time as a bride was amazing...but I don't think I milked it to it's full potential but now it's my time to guide brides into the "light", help them make the best choices and show off awesome ideas.

The Wedluxe Wedding Show 2015

Out of all the Wedding shows that I've been to, The Wedluxe Wedding Show is the most glamorous and inspirational. It was also the very first show that attended in 2014.
Check out my "The Wedluxe Wedding Show 2014" post.

The event took place at the ARCADIAN- 401 Bay Street, 8th floor. Vendors were spread out in the Arcadian Loft, Arcadian Court, Arcadian Studio and the Mezzanine. Think that's a lot of space? The event was also located on the 7th floor of Hudson’s Bay! Definitely a place to get familiar with! It's where Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay and Hudson’s Bay Gift Registry is.

My first Bridal Show experience: The Wedluxe Wedding Show

I survived my first wedding show. 
Let me rephrase that... my fiancĂ© and I survived our first wedding show. 
We attended the luxurious Wedluxe show in Toronto!

Over 120 exhibitors to see and meet.
There were various vendors there such as florist, event planners, cake designers, 
make up artists, venues and much more.
As you entered the venue, you were given a tote bag to put all the 
goodies and pamphlets in that you got from the show.

If you were looking for hair inspiration, Moroccanoil had this great set up which allowed you to get your hair done by Moroccanoil stylist. You also had the opportunity to check out their new bath products.
I should also add there was a complementary shopping area. The line was so long. 
Free shopping, yes please!

One of the biggest things I took from the show was inspiration. I seen some of the most gorgeous floral arrangements I've ever seen in my life, stunning wedding invites and unique shots from a few photographers.


My one tip for someone who is looking to land a vendor from the event:
Create a list and divide it into what you're looking for.

I received a lot of cards and saw a lot of people but honestly I can't remember who is who.
If you get a card make a little note about something you liked at their booth. 
Trust me it will help you with uour memory.