More than 50 vendors scheduled for wedding trade show at Squaw Valley
February 3, 2015
OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. — North Lake Tahoe is a dream wedding destination for thousands of couples due to stunning venues and outdoor spaces that boast mountain and lakeside backdrops.
Top wedding vendors — from planners and photographers to pastry chefs and designers — call Tahoe home and are experienced with capturing the true essence of a destination wedding.
More than 50 of these vendors and experts will be on hand at the annual Bridal Faire, located at Olympic Village Lodge in Squaw Valley, on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendance is free.
This event is a perfect opportunity for brides to connect with the best wedding vendors that North Tahoe has to offer. Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows and the North Lake Tahoe Chamber/CVB/Resort Association have joined efforts to host the past two faires, joining hundreds of brides with perfect vendors for their special day.
This winter's faire will showcase the entire range of wedding services, from food to photography. Attendees will be free to walk through the conference room and connect with numerous vendors, services and planners. Full wedding place settings, decorations and fashion will be on display.
Brides who pre-register will automatically be entered to win an eight-day, seven night vacation in either Freeport, Bahamas; Cancun; Spain; or Whistler, British Columbia. Accommodations are included.
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The event is sponsored by the North Lake Tahoe Chamber/CVB/Resort Association and Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows. Visit SquawAlpine.com to learn more.
For information on exhibiting or attending the 2015 Bridal Faire, contact Ginger Karl, with the Chamber, at Ginger@GoTahoeNorth.com or call 530-581-8764.
This article was provided to the Sun by the PR firm The Abbi Agency.
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