Brides flock to wedding expo


MORE than 70 brides to be visited the South Gippy Wedding Showcase, held at the Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club on Sunday.

Future brides were able to talk with around 40 stallholders to help plan their upcoming nuptials.

Event organisers Bev Main and Iris Bloomer said the second annual event was a success, with more brides through the door and seven more stallholders.

“The event was an outstanding success this year. We are very happy with the way it went,” Ms Bloomer said.

Ms Main said when the Leongatha wedding expo ended, she thought the district needed another event to take its place.

“It has been worth it, but it has been a lot of work,” she said.

The majority of visitors and stallholders were from Gippsland.

Lovely frocks: from left, Renee Myring and Jo Duscher were modelling these beautiful dresses, courtesy of Maria’s Bridal Studio in Wonthaggi.

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