How to talk to vendors at a bridal show

August 15, 2009 at 2:34 am Leave a comment

As the founder and CEO of The Great Bridal Expo Group, Inc., the nation’s only national touring bridal show, Bill Heaton has been presenting professionally produced bridal events in major U.S. cities for over 30 years. Heaton’s events feature a balanced mix of national and local exhibitors, three New York-style fashion shows, and amazing sweepstakes and contests throughout the event.

He shares some tips about what to look for in a vendor at a bridal show here:

  1. Take time to visit every booth and talk to the exhibitors one-on-one to determine whether you feel comfortable with them. If you choose to work with them on you’re wedding, you’re going to be spending a lot of time together! Make sure they take the time to answer your questions, and are willing to spend more time with you in the future at their studio or place of business.
  2. Look for wedding vendors who have friendly attitudes, reach out to communicate with you, and have samples of their work on display.
  3. Don’t miss the fashion shows. At many shows, you’ll see the most current styles straight from New York’s runways.
  4. Great bridal show exhibitors will show you samples and examples of their products and services that are relevant to what you envision.
  5. An organized, well put-together bridal show booth typically indicates an organized, well put-together operation and, therefore, wedding!

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