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If a Blue Ridge Mountain wedding is in your future, the second annual Say “I Do” to Hendersonville Bridal Show kicks off the planning process, Saturday, March 21.

Designed for brides hosting destination weddings, as well as local couples, the show brings together a variety of vendors. Instead of securing one detail at a time, the show allows brides to gather lots of information within a few hours.

New this year, London and Lace Bridal Boutique of Asheville hosts a fashion show. In addition to men’s and women’s fashion retailers, vendors include venues, caterers, photographers, videographers, florists, bakeries, DJs, planners, hairdressers, makeup artists and more.

The Henderson County Tourism Development Authority, which puts on the show, has a group services coordinator on staff who offers free consultation services to brides looking to host weddings in the area.

As weddings evolve from single-day events into weekend celebrations, Hendersonville offers abundant attractions to keep bridal parties and guests entertained, from downtown shopping to outdoor activities and trendy tasting rooms.

The Say “I Do” to Hendersonville Bridal Show takes place at Blue Ridge Community College conference hall. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and admission is $5.

For more information about the show, go to www.VisitHendersonvilleNC.org/Weddings or call (800) 828-4244.

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