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Everything you want to know about planning a wedding

Renae Grinlaubs and Scott Knight getting ready for the Logan East Community Neighbourhod's wedding expo. Photo: Inga Williams / The Reporter
Renae Grinlaubs and Scott Knight getting ready for the Logan East Community Neighbourhod's wedding expo. Photo: Inga Williams / The Reporter Inga Williams

EVERYTHING you want to know about planning a wedding will be under one roof at the Springwood Wedding Expo held next month at the Logan East Community Neighbourhood Centre (LECNA).

This will be your chance to meet with industry professionals including businesses, photographers, celebrants, florists and caterers to help you plan the perfect wedding.

LECNA community development officer Colleen Benson said previous expos had always been popular among brides-to-be.

"Sometimes it can be hard to start planning your wedding, especially when there are so many options and different suppliers," she said.

"Here, brides will have the opportunity to learn more about organising their big day and find out how much it is to hire wedding professionals.

"We have had a lot of positive feedback from previous wedding expos, so we are hoping for a good attendance again this year."

A gold coin donation is the cost to enter the wedding expo, which will then go towards the centre's cancer support group.

The expo will run from 6pm to 8pm on Friday March 15 at the Logan East Community Neighbourhood Centre, located at 55 Cinderella Dr, Springwood.

For more information, phone the centre on 3808 4529.

 

Wedding suppliers include:

  1. After Five Bridal and Formals, Underwood
  2. Eekas Hair and Beauty, Springwood
  3. I do I do Bouquets 4 Weddings, Browns Plains
  4. Ency Jewellery.


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