Fusion Bridal Show Draws 500 People
Decisions, decisions! saris or lehengas, gold or precious stones, traditional mehendi or Arabic designs, traditional mandaps or beach side wedding– with so many choices available and the wedding season approaching, how is a bride to decide? The Fusion Bridal Show provided the solution to this dilemma. The vision of the Fusion Bridal Show was to provide brides of various cultures with diverse ideas and styles while maintaining individual wedding traditions. About 500 people – brides and grooms among them – attended the Fusion Bridal Show presented by Ribha Events on October 7th 2007 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Atlanta.
Rita Patel, the bridal show coordinator, was very pleased with the turnout and had a lot of positive comments from everyone present. There were a wide variety of services available, unique ideas presented. Around 30 vendors had something different and interesting to offer.
Alyssa Egger, accountant executive from the The Knot said, "? the best show I've been to all year. The layout was perfect and the attendees were truly a joy. We met some really great brides, along with their very ‘passionate' family members. All of them were interested in learning more about our services."
Guests also enjoyed the two fashion shows which featured wedding attire and jewelry from boutiques Prriya and Chintans, Highglow Jewelers, Exquisite Brides and Abrianna's Bridal and Tuxedo. The Green Room Agency did a splendid job of highlighting the eastern and western culture with their fine models. The Shadowville Production Company and DJ Jazzy Sam did an outstanding job in creating the perfect ambience through their instrumental fusion blends.
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