BIG DAY: Alexandra Pires-Menard and Wade Boyes flick through travel catalogues at Helloworld in the Ipswich Mall.
BIG DAY: Alexandra Pires-Menard and Wade Boyes flick through travel catalogues at Helloworld in the Ipswich Mall. Rob Williams

Bridal expo for Ipswich love birds

COUPLES can win a free luxury honeymoon simply by attending the upcoming Ipswich and West Moreton Bridal Expo.

The popular event will see the latest in bridal gowns, men's suits, cake decorators, cosmetics, hair, beauty, party planners and venues all under one roof this weekend.

"People can organise their whole wedding in one day," organiser Faye Flor said.

"The honeymoon package to Daydream Island is a great giveaway.

"We also have a lot more venues this year from Ipswich, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and beautiful country areas."

Ms Flor said this year's Bridal Expo would provide love birds with a "one-stop-shop" to gather ideas and inspiration for their special day.

"People can come along and chat to the exhibitors to get advice. They all have something different to offer," she said.

"We even have bouquet specialists who make bouquets with lights in them and special flower arrangments out of paper."

The event organiser offered some advice to those planning their wedding.

"Book and plan everything early," she said.

"The whole idea of the expo is that people can shop for ideas and have a good look around to plan their special day."

The Ipswich and West Moreton Bridal Expo will be held on Sunday from 10am-2.30pm at the Ipswich Civic Centre.

Entry to the expo is free.

For more information, visit florshows.com.au or phone 3282 5553.



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