Old House Village Hotel & Spa hosts third annual Wedding Show

The Old House Village Hotel & Spa’s third annual Wedding Show is extending an open invitation to brides-to-be.

The Old House Village Hotel & Spa’s third annual Wedding Show is extending an open invitation to brides-to-be.  The show caters to “brides of discerning taste” and is unique in that it brings leading wedding product and service providers together for an event that is more akin to a reception than a trade show.


“Each of our exhibitors is showcasing their products or services in their own suite.  So exhibitors are no longer limited to a table display and brides can get more information and more one-on-one time,” explains Kerry Pearce, general manager of the Old House Village Hotel & Spa.


Exhibitors include: wedding planners, caterers, entertainment providers, venues, florists, bridal fashions, stylists, photographers, printers, honeymoon specialists, and more.


Brides and their guests can also participate in prize giveaways, workshops, a fashion show, and complimentary refreshments and hors d’oeuvres.


The show takes place Saturday March 3 at the Old House Village Hotel & Spa in Courtenay from 2 to 6 p.m.  Admission is free with advance registration by visiting www.OldHouseVillage.com/weddingshow.


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