Wedding season is inching around the corner as the warmer months edge upon us. If you are planning an upcoming wedding, then you probably have gone down your list of what photographer to book, what cake to purchase and who could forget the dress. The Rocky Mountain Bridal Show that kicked off its first show of the season this past weekend at the Colorado Convention Center was designed with people like you in mind. The event was packed with visitors that made this a memorable show and JOS. A. BANK, ENCORE Events and Entertainment and Visualanties were some of the partners to help make this occurrence possible.
The show not only consisted of a runway with beautiful dresses and suits but also countless show exhibitors to explore all the necessities for a bride’s big day. Whether your desire is to find the perfect venue, DJ or florist this is the place to go. Beyond all the planning opportunities this bridal show provides, it is also about a celebration of the bride’s big day to come.
This fun, relaxed and upbeat environment didn’t stop at all the exhibitors and prize stations. The runway show was all about confidence and having a good time with the people you love. Every model who showcased their wedding day apparel down the runway was excited and confident. The models danced, cheered and pumped the audience up by interacting with them and with each other on the runway. To top it all off, in the middle of the show the brides-to-be stood up and danced for the chance to win prizes and have a fun time overall.
The wedding apparel featured on the runway this past weekend was everything marvelous. As attendees, we can say firsthand how stunning the collection of wedding attire was. The women’s dresses had so many unique cuts and drapes that flowed effortlessly. In addition, the men looked dapper in their suits which consisted of various color combinations and jacket styles. Furthermore, if you missed this event there are a few more shows right at the convention center on Sunday, April 14 and Sunday, September 22.
All Photography by Bridget Burnett.