Bridal showcase will send you home happy

If you're a bride planning a wedding, you and a guest will want to attend Welcome Wagon's Bridal Showcase March 27.

If you’re a bride planning a wedding, you and a guest will want to attend Welcome Wagon’s Bridal Showcase March 27.

They have exciting door prizes; fashion shows, planning guides, special displays and gift loot bags for every bride. Welcome Wagon’s Bridal Showcase takes the guesswork out of planning your wedding by assembling everything you need under one roof. Each Showcase is tailored to the local area, with local businesses.

And best of all, the admission is free for you and one guest. You even have a chance to win an exciting honeymoon to a sun destination, courtesy of Today’s Bride Magazine. You will also have a chance to win a stay in a Jacuzzi Room at the Crown Isle Resort & Golf Course.

Welcome Wagon will send every Bride home with incredible memories from the day! Brides! Register now at www.welcomewagon.ca or call: 1-866-518-7287 to register by phone!

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