It was a beautiful spring morning April 9, 2017. Brides lined up out the door for the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show. From wedding gowns to reception venues, brides could find what they needed to plan their perfect wedding at the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show.
Wedding experts and vendors arrived bright and early to fill their booths with valuable information for brides and their entourage. Brides could talk about their vision for their wedding with each expert. Even wedding guides like Wedding Sites and Services were available to talk to brides about what vendors & services are available to them.
Adventures in Dance kicked off the dance show with wedding dances from popular movies and wedding songs. There was something for everyone, from the first dance to father-daughter dances. They had dances from the live action ‘Beauty and the Beast’, Snow White’s ‘Mirror Mirror’, the live action ‘Cinderella’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, ‘Lady & the Tramp’, and ‘Dirty Dancing’. Additional styles were also demonstrated, like country western, Latin, swing, line dance, and of course, ‘Uptown Funk!’
The Runway show followed, where the clothes were hot and the models hotter. The show kicked off with men’s fashions by JoS. A. Bank formalwear. It was then stolen by the Jr. models, rocking hot dance moves.
Beautiful wedding gowns for brides of every size and shape were next. David’s Bridal put an amazing assortment of wedding and bridesmaid dresses on the runway. Everyone looked outstanding with hair and makeup by Bel Viso. Bouquets and boutonnieres were provided by Mainstreet Flower Market, and Lighting and Design by Scott lit the runway. Everyone and had a great time showing the latest wedding fashions.
If you are planning a wedding, the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show is the place to be. Be sure to check out the next one at the Colorado Convention Center.
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