Melbourne Bridal And Honeymoon Expo

Date – June 25, 2018

Expo Hours – 9 am to 4pm

Location – Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Parking – Onsite parking

Ticket Cost – $22 if pre-purchased or $27 on the day.

Advertising – Website advertising (www.bridalexpos.com.au)

Queue to Get In – Yes initially

Category of Exhibitors:

Bridal and Menswear

Celebrants

Entertainment

Photographers

Videography

Photo Booths

Cakes

Accessories

Stationery

Planning and Suppliers

Venues

Beauty

Travel and Honeymoon

Car and Limo Hire

Flowers

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Bridal Expos Australia launched their annual Melbourne Bridal And Honeymoon Expo 18 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre last Sunday, June 24th 2018. The expo featured wedding suppliers ready to help brides to plan their dream wedding.

From photographers, celebrants, venues, entertainment, stylists, photo booths, bridal wear; each and every wedding supplier goes above and beyond to make sure that brides enjoy the event. Only the first 500 brides received a bridal Bag on entry, something I thought would be included for everyone in the high $27 entry fee.

Aside from the variety of wedding exhibitors at the Melbourne Bridal And Honeymoon Expo 18, there were some bridal catwalks presenting the works of various well-known bridal fashion suppliers in the wedding industry. The fashion parade also showed some fashion in suits and menswear. Fancy cars and limousines were being exhibited by different wedding car hire businesses. Future brides in Melbourne rush to get their photos taken at the photo booths supplier’s stand. Brochures, promos and prizes were also distributed from different wedding suppliers.  There were other wedding suppliers that offered future brides a relaxing experience like massage, makeup and other beauty services. There seemed to be a lot of photographers there. Some other bridal industry purveyors showed their creations and talents as well.

Overall, the Melbourne Bridal And Honeymoon Expo 18 held at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre had some quality exhibitors but seemed to lack any real wow factor with the same repetitive stalls.

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