Aaron Rhoads Photography

Aaron Rhoads Photography is a celebrated wedding and portrait photographer based in Columbia, Missouri. Specializing in on-location portraits, senior, engagement and wedding photography.

Aaron Rhoads has spent nearly 20 years as a photojournalist, sports and landscape photographer. And brings that experience to his portrait and wedding clients.

Address

  • Street: 2012 west ash st apt i07
  • Postcode: 65203
  • City: Columbia
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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The Exchange Venue

The Exchange is a stunning industrial-chic event venue located in downtown Camdenton, Missouri. With over 6,000 square feet of versatile space and many notable features, your event will be full of charm and character. Let your vision and creativity flow or just enjoy the simple elegance of the gorgeous chandelier, exposed brick, and other stylish details fit for your wedding or any other special occasion.

Features and Amenities

– 25 foot ceilings
– 60 inch round tables
– chiavari chairs
– bridal quarters, including 1,500 sq ft with private dressing room, vanities and
lounge space
– groomsmen lounge, including pool table, tv and dressing room
– 3,000 sq ft of fenced courtyard space perfect for outdoor ceremonies, cocktail receptions, or bridal showers
– kitchen prep area for your caterer
– event staff to set up and/or flip the space
– on-site guest parking

Address

  • Street: 206 Capstone Drive
  • Postcode: 65052
  • City: Linn Creek
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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Howard & Smyth Duo

The Howard & Smyth Duo are Thom Howard on guitar/mandolin and Katie Smyth on flute. In addition to all your favorite wedding standards the duo performs an engaging mix of specialty pieces drawn from a broad range of styles, adding plenty of repertoire to match your unique plans for your unique wedding. And your guests of all ages at dinners and receptions will enjoy hearing everything from pop tunes to Latin, classics to oldies, familiar favorites to new, intriguing sounds. Add their voices to the mix and there’s very little they can’t do to entertain you, your families and friends.

Katie Smyth currently holds the principal flute position in the Southside Philharmonic Orchestra–an emerging chamber orchestra in Mid-Missouri and keeps busy with her growing flute studio. Katie also performed several seasons with the Missouri Symphony as rotating Assistant Principal Flute and Piccolo, during which time she earned a Masters in Flute Performance at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Thom Howard brings 30 years of solo guitar and various group performance experience, including hundreds of wedding ceremonies, receptions and rehearsal dinners. He is a state fingerstyle guitar champion, taught guitar and strings at Central Methodist University and guitar at UMC. Thom’s solo CD “Sometimes a Guitar is Just a Guitar” has sold around the world through CDBaby and can also be heard through several major streaming services.

Address

  • Street: 910 Westover St.
  • Postcode: 65203
  • City: Columbia
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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Concepcion Bridal & Quinceañera Boutique

Concepcion Bridal is a family, christian based bridal boutique created by the grandmother’s owner, Concepcion. The family business initiated on 1970 in Honduras and Telma, the owner continued the business in Sedalia, Missouri Since 2002. Concepcion Bridal carries some of the best bridal designers in the country. From elegance by Mori Lee and Venus Bridal to savvy fashion from Mary’s Bridal. We also provide collections from smaller designers to accommodate brides with a smaller vision and budget. We are up to date on the latest trends and include an extreme wide variety of styles at the best prices. Our bridesmaid dresses start at $99 and up we are sure to have the best dress for your bridesmaids. Our store offers extended layaway, professional alterations, tuxedo rental and rush weddings. Come see us and let us help you find your dream dress!

Address

  • Street: 604 S Ohio Ave.
  • Postcode: 65301
  • City: Sedalia
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

Contact

  • Telephone: 660.827.3126
  • E-Mail: concepcionbridal@hotmail.com

Above and Beyond Tents dba Berrygood Tents

Above and Beyond Tents is located in Central Missouri and we are here to serve your rental needs. We have various tents, tables, chairs, dance floors, heaters, stages, lighting and more. We take pride in a job well done and love to help make your special day happen. We’ve got you covered!

Address

  • Street: 219 Sunset Drive
  • City: Moberly
  • State: Missouri
  • Zip Code: 65270

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Why Hire a Wedding Planner

These are all of the things that a Professional Bridal Consultant (PBCtm) hears on a regular basis from 90% of the couples out there. After the wedding about 80% of the same ladies or people that were associated with the couple throughout the process will say to someone, “We should have had a bridal consultant, I don’t care how much they cost, and we should have met with that one lady.” “Susie Bride was so stressed out that she added a new meaning to the word Bridezilla.”

Don’t be a “should of, would of, and could of couple.” Spare everyone’s feelings including your own and hire a Professional Bridal Consultant (PBCtm). It is ok to ask for help and in the long run, you and everyone that knows you and the groom will be glad that you did! Even if you are the classic “control freak” you need help. Let me give you the top ten reasons to hire a bridal consultant:

  1. A PBCtm will know which vendors to use and which one’s not to use.
    09.  A PBCtm will know which vendors will meet your needs and budget.
    08.  A PBCtm will be able to save you time and money, not cost you more.
    07.  A PBCtm will do as little or as much as you want them to, just let that professional know exactly what it is that you need for him/her to do.
    06.  A PBCtm can help you set and follow a budget so that you do not get carried away or stuck buying something that you really do not need.
    05.  A PBCtm can be your mediator with all that are involved.
    04. A PBCtm can help you with the rules of etiquette.
    03.  A PBCtm will know what is “in” and what is “out” in the industry.
    02.  A PBCtm will help you remain organized and on schedule.01. A PBCtm is your personal assistant; everyone wants their own personal assistant!
    01.  A PBCtm is your personal assistant; everyone wants their own personal assistant!

– Call a PBCtm today, what can it hurt. Through education and communication you will learn exactly what a bridal consultant is and how you really do need one.

Simply Elegant Wedding and Event Planning L.L.C.
By Stephanie Snofke

Who Pays for What?

The Bride:
•Wedding ring for the groom (if it is a double ring ceremony)
•Wedding gift for the groom
•Presents for the bridal attendants
•Personal stationery
•Accommodations for her out-of-town attendants
•Her physical examination and blood test

The Groom:
•Bride’s ring
•Wedding gift for the bride
•Marriage license
•Gifts for best man and ushers
•Flowers: Bride’s bouquet, going away corsage, corsage for mother’s, boutonnieres for men in wedding party
•Accommodations for out-of-town ushers or best man
•His physical examination and blood test
•Gloves, ties, or ascots for the men in the wedding party
•Fee for the clergyman
•Honeymoon
•Optional: Bachelor dinner

The Bride’s Family:
•The entire cost of the reception: rental hall (if reception is not held at home), caterer, food (including wedding cake, beverages, gratuities for bartenders, waiters, music, decorations and flowers
•A wedding gift for the newlyweds
•Bride’s wedding attire and personal trousseau
•Wedding invitations, announcements and mailing costs
•Fee for engagement and wedding photographs
•Ceremony: rental of sanctuary, fees for organist, soloist or choir and sexton (often included in charge for premises but if not, there are set fees), aisle carpets and/or canopy and any other costs for decorations
•Bridesmaids’ bouquets
•Gratuities to policeman directing traffic and/or parking
•Transportation for bridal party from the bride’s house to the wedding ceremony and the reception
•Bridesmaids’ luncheon

The Groom’s Family:
•Clothes for the wedding
•Any traveling expenses and hotel bills they incur
•Wedding gift for bride and groom
•Optional: Rehearsal dinner or any other expenses they elect to assume

The Attendants and Groomsmen:
•Their wedding attire
•Any traveling expenses they incur
•Wedding gift for the couple
•Showers given by the Maid of Honor and/or Bridesmaids
•Bachelor Party given by the Bestman and/or Groomsmen

The Guest:
•Any traveling expenses and hotel bills for themselves
•Wedding gift for the couple

Save the Date/Announcements/Wedding Invitations

Announcing Your Engagement/Save the Date/Wedding Invitations

Congratulations! You are beginning one of the most exciting times of your life. The next few months will be filled with planning and parties honoring you and your fiancé. It is only natural to want to share your joy with family and loved ones, beginning with the announcement of your engagement.

Although it is not necessary to follow strict rules of etiquette regarding your announcement, here are a few appropriate guidelines to follow.

Both of your parents should be the first to know. If they live out of town, try to schedule personal visits to make the announcement. If your parents have never met, plan a special occasion to get acquainted. Host an informal picnic or make reservations at your favorite restaurant. This presents an opportunity for them to discuss the role they want to play in the wedding.

Next, share your exciting news with the remainder of your friends and relatives with personal phone calls and notes. Your engagement provides a wonderful occasion for a gathering or party. The party can be hosted by you and your fiancé or your parents.

Finally, Go to MidMoBrides.com and submit your engagement FREE!  You may also want to prepare an announcement for your local newspaper. There is a charge so you will want to contact the society editor of your paper to learn their specific procedures. Make a duplicate copy to be sent to your fiancé’s hometown, if different from yours. If you are including a photograph, make sure it is a black and white print. Identify the print with your name, address and phone number to insure its return. You may also email your photo if you have your photos accessible through your computer.

If the parents of the bride are divorced, either parent may announce the engagement. However, both parents should be mentioned in the article. If one or both parents are deceased,  the engagement may be announced by a relative, friend or by the bride herself.

Wedding Invitations

The style of your wedding is reflected in the invitations and stationery you choose. The invitation sets the tone of the wedding, so take the time to select them carefully.

Once you have prepared your guest list, you can begin looking for invitations. There are many stationers and specialty printers who can offer you special assistance with the proper wedding etiquette.

There are many exciting invitation styles to choose from traditional, contemporary or custom designs. You will find a wide variety of paper choices, ranging from the traditional white to a rainbow of pastels. Engagement photographs and monograms are just two ideas that can add a personalized touch. Your stationer will no doubt have several catalogs from which you can choose. Prices will vary, so shop around.

Tradition has established guidelines forwording invitations, although today many variations are used. However, the general information remains the same. Once the wording is determined, the size and style of the lettering is selected from a wide variety available.

Order your invitations three to six months in advance. The invitations should be mailed four to six weeks before the wedding. Informal invitations should be sent out at least ten days before.

Your invitations should be neatly hand-written, never typed. Calligraphy is a trend that is enjoying popularity these days. It is a perfect solution for the busy bride. A calligrapher will not only address the invitations, they also stuff and mail them. It is recommended that you contact a calligrapher several months in advance so that they can schedule your order.

Great Weddings & “I Do’s”

Bride-To-Be Registration form


Note Pad & Pen

Take notes! You will see so much and talk with tons of vendors that you may be left confused and wondering which vendor you spoke with that had that perfect deal that you wanted to follow up on.


Check book & credit card

You can put deposits down to hold your wedding date.  This is so important!  If you like a particular vendor, do not wait another day! Book it!  If you don’t they may not be available when you finally decide.

You will also be able to take advantage of the show discounts.


Swatches of your colors

So the vendors can have a clear idea of what you may need.
While you are at the show


Ask lot of questions!

Wedding Professionals are at the show to answer all of your questions.  This is not the time to be shy! Ask details about their product or services and the show packages they may be offering.


Make it a Girl’s Day Out!

Bring your wedding party & friends…They will feel a lot more involved in your Special Day.


Finally, DRESS COMFORTABLE!   Have Fun!!!

 

Videography is a MUST!

You have waited your whole life for your big day…so cherish every moment with a wedding video documenting all the day’s excitement. Thousands of dollars are spent on wedding materials that you will only use one day…the rented tuxedos, the hall, the food that is eaten, the flowers…the list goes on and on. In the coming years, you will have only your memories of the day with a few pictures along the way.

Brides often realize too late that they miss much of their day. Anxiety, friends and family are often so much to take in, that the couple simply cannot fully enjoy all the activities of the day. The biggest day of the bride’s life is actually spent waiting to make her grand entrance. Meanwhile, half of the ceremony is over. The singers, candle lighters, Mothers, Grandmother, Bridesmaids, Groomsmen and children have all made their way down the isle. The bride never saw any of it!

Photography is fantastic! However, it catches only a glimpse of the day. Videography is a must for every bride who cares about the day. Along with video, we capture the music, emotion and sounds of the day. Video is able to capture moments that will be cherished forever. The Father’s toast, the bouquet toss, the bride’s entrance down the isle, or that long awaited kiss.

Once your day is gone….it is gone forever. Many brides come to me wishing they would have had a video of their day. The value of a video increase as the years go by….Children grow, people change, and unfortunately people pass on. I have never seen a bride who wishes she had not had the presence of mind to hire a Videographer. Capture all the traditional elegance and un-expected surprises that make your big day memorable.

Written by Brian Lamons, VideoTech Production Services.

Organize Your Wedding 12 Month Checklist

 

____Consult with a wedding planner.

____ Decide on style of your wedding.

____ Decide on date of your wedding.

____ Decide on location.

____ Reserve officiant.

____ Set a tentative budget.

____ Decide how expenses will be shared.

____ Decide on guest list.

____ Announce engagement.

____ Select and invite wedding party.

____ Shop for wedding rings.

____ Reserve reception location as soon as you have set the date.

____ Select and book cater.

____ Start compiling names and addresses for guest list.

____ Decide on your color scheme.

____ Start shopping for your wedding dress and headpiece.

____ Discuss where you will live after the wedding.

 

SIX TO NINE MONTHS BEFORE

____ Send your engagement announcement to the newspaper.

____ Select your bridal registry and make choices.

____ Select florist.

____ Select balloonist.

____ Select and book photographer and videographer.

____ Select and reserve rental equipment for ceremony and reception.

____ Select and book reception entertainment.

____ Order bridal gown.

____ Order bridesmaids’ dresses

____ Select bakery for wedding cake.

____ Select a travel agent and start planning your honeymoon location.

 

THREE TO SIX MONTHS BEFORE

____ Select and order invitations.

____ Complete your guest list.

____ Start health and fitness program.

____ Check on wedding dress.

____ Select formalwear for men.

____ Select and order mothers’ attire.

____ Experiment with hair style.

____ Discuss service with officiant.

____ Order favors.

 

TWO MONTHS BEFORE

____ Address invitations and announcements.

____Send invitations six weeks before.

____ Confirm all contracts and services with the professional hired.

____ Plan and book rehearsal dinner.

____ Finalize honeymoon plans.

____ Arrange accommodations for out-of-town guests.

____ Purchase attendants’ gifts.

____ Choose person to attend your guest book.

____ Make reservation for the wedding night hotel.

____ Make appointment with your hair stylist on the wedding day.

 

ONE MONTH BEFORE

____ Get blood test and marriage license.

____ Have wedding dress final fitting.

____ Have bridal portrait done.

____ Complete shopping for your trousseau.

____ Purchase your accessories such as garter, candles, toasting goblets, ring pillow, etc.

____ Have wedding and engagement rings taken to jeweler for attachment and cleaning.

____ Maintain records on gifts received and send thank you notes out immediately.

____ Meet with photographer and discuss with him/her a list of shots you would like taken.

____ Meet with the entertainers and give them a list of music you would like played.

____ Assign responsibilities for :

Rental returns

Clean-up

Guest transportation

Pick-up of any last minute items

 

TWO WEEKS BEFORE

____ Pick up wedding rings and make sure they fit properly.

____ Continue writing thank you notes for gifts received.

____ Final confirmation of all services.

 

ONE WEEK BEFORE

____ Provide caterer with total guest count.

____ Provide wedding party and guests a map and timetable for rehearsal, ceremony and reception.

____ Plan seating arrangements.

____ Pick up marriage license.

____ Begin packing for honeymoon.

____ Determine what to do with floral arrangements after reception.

 

AFTER THE WEDDING

____ Send thank you notes as soon as possible after the wedding.

____ Have bridal gown cleaned and preserved.

____ Change your name on ID and important documents.

____ Change of address cards.

Royal Prestige of Missouri

Royal Prestige has been serving engaged couples since 1959. Our exclusive line of products feature Health Systems of Cookware, world class cutlery and kitchen accessories. Our customers benefit with a lifetime of health and convenience features backed with 50 year warranties. Check out our full line of products at: http://www.dinner4two.com/

Address

  • Street: 3460 Hampton Ave. #201
  • Postcode: 63139
  • City: St. Louis
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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pk paper art expression

Rent My Paper Flowers for your next event We offer elegant paper flower selections. The sizes range from 6″ – 22″. We have standard colors are white, off-white, ivory, light grey. However, we can mix in colors from your wedding theme. We cater to the needs of Missouri and St. Louis Metro area, with a specialty in the art of paper floral and event concepts. Also, we can ship anywhere in the US. Our unique and modern style of designs is a vehicle to showcase beauty in storefronts, weddings, private residencies, proms, bridal shows, photographer backdrop, photo shoots, etc. Our vision is to recreate the space with truly unique intricacies at each location. Visit our website for more information: pkpaperartexpression.com

Address

  • Street: po box 104682
  • Postcode: 65110
  • City: Jefferson City
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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Busch’s Florist & Wedding Center

Full service wedding center beautiful floral arrangements, planning service, free consultations, rentals for ceremony and reception, accessories including toasting flutes, guest books, cake servers, ringbearer pillows, blending ceremony, and gift items.
Busch’s Florist has been in business since 1890 and continues to serve the central Missouri area and beyond.

Address

  • Street: 620 Madison Street
  • Postcode: 65101
  • City: Jefferson City
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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Ana Marie’s Bridal

This forever moment begins when you enter Ana Marie’s Bridal. We take the time to get to know you and your style, then help you find a complete look for your special day. You’ll find styles unique to this area, complete with veils, shoes and jewelry. Gather your family and friends, make an appointment and come experience Ana Marie’s Bridal – where forever takes shape.

Address

  • Street: 223 East High
  • Postcode: 65101
  • City: Jefferson City
  • State: MO
  • Country: United States

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Osage National Golf Resort

Event styling—it’s our specialty at Osage National. We’ll capture the very essence of your dream wedding, so you can cherish the moment, the day, and the memories. From the perfect reception menu designed to your taste and created by our executive chef, to the décor, table settings and music, our event coordinators will cover everything, so you can relax and enjoy your special day with your family and friends. Guests may stay on-site in The Pines and Copper Falls Condominiums. So Save Your Date at Osage National, and go borrow your grandmother’s pearls. We’ve got everything else covered!

Address

  • Street: 400 Osage Hills Road
  • Postcode: 65049
  • City: Lake Ozark
  • State: MO
  • Country: United States

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Complete Weddings + Events

This is your time. This is what you do. Creating and capturing this moment with photos, videos, and music – that’s what we do.

Allow us to make sure your entire wedding process is perfect.  Then forget about all the details – we’ll handle them.

Address

  • Postcode: 65109
  • City: Jefferson City
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

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Argyle Catering Company

We Cater to You!

I (Chef Ryan P. Davis) graduated from the California school of Culinary arts, Le Cordon Blue program in Pasadena, California.  I have also worked in many restaurants over the years including the Ritz Carlton in Las Vegas, Bucks in Clayton, MO and have helped with some big time caterers in CA like Wolfgang Puck’s Catering.  Thank you for looking at the site.  Have a good day!

Address

  • Street: P.O. Box 82
  • Postcode: 65001
  • City: Argyle
  • State: Missouri
  • Country: United States

Contact

  • Telephone: 573.680.1144
  • E-Mail: argylecatering@gmail.com

Fall Vendor Final Move-In Information

Dear Fall Bridal Spectacular Vendor,  

THIS FORM NEEDS TO BE OPENED IN GOOGLE CHROME OR IT MAY NOT WORK

(DEADLINE INFO ON THIS LETTER! PLEASE READ!)

2. Read this letter & print to keep.

3. Click on the 1st PINK icon below on this letter. 

4. Fill in the blanks & click submit

This letter is to confirm your space in the 20th Annual Fall Bridal Spectacular 2016 to be held at the Capital Mall Events Center. I was very pleased with the wonderful variety of vendors & excitement we had last year at our and I am very excited about the upcoming show… Thanks to all of you!!

Be ready to sign up for the 30th Bridal Spectacular 2017.  It was again a huge success at the YMCA “Firley Center” on January 3, 2016. Several of you have already signed up for the 2017 show. At the rate that vendors are showing their support for the 2017 show, It will more than likely reach 80+ vendors! And… over 300 Brides! Again, Bridal Spectacular will be the largest exhibiting bridal show in Mid Missouri! Please call me now to reserve your space or sign and emal your agreement located in the Event Vendor Information on www.MidMoBrides.com.

Fall Bridal Spectacular 2016 is just a few weeks away, so please click on and fill out the info link below.

Set up begins at 8:00 am. If you need to set up the day before, please call for a time.  All vendors must be completely set up and ready to start at 11:00am. The doors will open at 12:00 noon sharp. Tear-down will begin at 3:00 pm or when all brides-to-be have left the exhibit area. Absolutely no one is to tear down before 3:00 pm unless approved by Vicki Arcobasso. Early tear down will result in a $50 fine.  You will be receiving your space assignment and load-in procedures at set-up the morning of the show. You must check in at vendor check-in just outside the exhibit hall door before setting up Sunday morning.

I encourage each vendor to have some type of registry. This is a great way to build additional data base for you to follow-up on. You will be responsible for drawing your winners and contacting them.

ATTACHMENTS:
Must be returned no later than Friday, July 22nd. Please click on the link below highlighted in red then click “SUBMIT” after filling in the blanks. *DO NOT FAX – This is all electronic and will come directly to my email when submitted.


for the “Rules and Regulations Agreement & Vendor Employee List”.
**DO NOT PRINT & FAX THIS FORM!** Must return to me by Friday, July 22, 2016.
**This form must be signed and returned prior to deadline. You will not be able to set up until this form is signed and turned in.

to view the “Top Ten Reason for Exhibiting for Success”.

for a map & directions to the event.

to view a floor plan of the event (Coming Soon).

Space Assignments
All space assignments and move-in instructions will be received at check-in the morning of Fall Bridal Spectacular.

Night before Lodging
Fairfield Inn is offering a very reasonable room rental for $89 for anyone wanting to come the night before the show. Please call them and make your reservations at  (573) 761-0400.  Be sure to mention that you are vendor with the Fall Bridal Spectacular.

Load-In Instructions:
Given to you at check-in

Champagne Wishes & Wedding Bell Dreams,

Vicki Arcobasso

January Vendor Final Move-In Information

Dear Bridal Spectacular Vendor,

THIS FORM NEEDS TO BE OPENED IN GOOGLE CHROME OR IT MAY NOT WORK

(DEADLINE INFO ON THIS LETTER! PLEASE READ!)

2. Read this letter & print to keep.

3. Click on the 1st PINK icon below on this letter. 

4. Fill in the blanks & click submit

Thank you for being a huge part of the 30th Annual Bridal Spectacular 2017.  It is still holding it’s title as “The Largest Exhibiting Bridal Show Mid Missouri!”

Actually, it is one of the Largest Bridal Shows in Missouri! I am very pleased with the wide variety of vendors we have this year.  Thanks to all of you!!

The Bridal Spectacular 2017  is only a few days away! This letter is to confirm your exhibit space for Sunday, January 8, 2017 to be held at the Jefferson City Area YMCA Firley Center at 525 Ellis Blvd., Jefferson City.

Load-in time is Saturday, January 7th  6pm – 9pm – If you have a problem with the time frame. Please call me and we will set a time that will work for you.

WHEN YOU ARRIVE AT THE YMCA YOU MUST:

  1. Load-In:  Move your vehicle out of loading zones. Meaning, unload at any loading dock then move your vehicle promptly so the next person can load-in.
  2. Check-In:  You must check in at the Vendor Check-in table just inside the Exhibit Hall prior to setting up to receive your space assignment. All outstanding balances are due at this time.
  3. Set-Up:  After receiving your space assignment, you are free to set-up. Please be courteous and patient during these procedures.

All vendors must be completely set up and ready to start at 11am, Sun. Jan. 8th.  The doors will open at 12:00 sharp.  Exhibit hours are Noon to 4pm. You may start tear down at that time or wait until the fashion show is over. Absolutely NO ONE can tear down before 4:00. There will be a $50 fine for early tear down & for any trash left behind. (includes pins, feathers, sequins, rhinestones, etc.)  The loading dock doors or side doors cannot open until the fashion show is over.

I encourage each vendor to have some type of registry.  This is a great way to build additional data base for you to follow-up on.  We will be drawing individual exhibit winners all day and all final drawings start immediately after the fashion show.  Any vendor who has a prize valued at $200 or more will also be announced on stage at the conclusion of the fashion show.

ATTACHMENTS:

Must be returned no later than Saturday, December 26th. Please click on the link below highlighted in red then click “SUBMIT” after filling in the blanks. *DO NOT FAX – This is all electronic and will come directly to my email when submitted.

  CLICK THIS PINK BUTTON NOW & FILL IN THE BLANKS!!!!!!!

“Rules and Regulations Agreement, Vendor Employee List and Lunch Order Form”. 

DO NOT PRINT & FAX THIS FORM!** Must return to me by Saturday, December 31, 2016 **This form must be electronically signed and returned prior to deadline. You will not be able to set up until this form is submitted.**

LOAD-IN RECAP AT A GLANCE:

  1. Load-In: Saturday, Jan.7th, 6pm-9pm. Move your car immediately after load-in.
  2. Set-Up: A CMBA Member or Vicki will show you to your booth.
  3. Check-In: Sunday Morning 9am – 11am. (EVERYONE MUST DO THIS!) All Booth Balances are due at this time.

Helpful Information below …..

to view the “Exhibiting for Success”.

for a map & directions to the event.

to view a floor plan of the event.

Champagne Wishes & Wedding Bell Dreams,

Vicki Arcobasso

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