Last week I promised alternatives to booking vendors by attending bridal shows. Undoubtedly, bridal shows are one of the most popular ways. But, it’s easy to see how bridal shows may not be for everyone, considering all the work involved.
Sure it seems simple enough, all you will have to do is:
Find a bridal show, find a bridal show that fits your schedule, rope a fiance into attending with you, coerce a friend into attending when said fiance bails, buy a ticket, venture out of the house on a weekend-in the winter, interact with strangers, develop a game plan should you run into your nemesis, attend bridal show, navigate the crowds, find your “perfect” vendors booth, deploy game plan because the nemesis has been spotted, sit through a fashion show, smile at more strangers, and not feel defeated when you leave sans booked vendor.
So what are alternatives to attending a bridal show? Well, let’s see there’s…
If you’re reading this and wondering “there’s gotta be another way”, we agree and we found it.
Imagine answering a few questions from the comfort of your home (or over a cup of coffee) about the three vendor types you want to book. Pay a flat fee, send your answers to Assorted Artistries and within 2 weeks you will have not one, but three vendors who will be:
Anika Fullum is a Jill of all trades and master of some. She's a hopeless romantic who wants to see her clients have the best possible celebration.