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Wedding Show March 13th

The Midwest’s most romantic wedding destination will be the setting of one fabulous Wedding Show later this Winter. The New Harmony Wedding Show is Sunday, March 13th, from 10 AM to 4 PM with registration at both the Granary and New Harmony Inn Resort and Conference Center.  Admission is free. Box lunches from the Red Geranium will be available for purchase at both locations.

During six fun-filled, idea-generating hours, attendees can visit the world-class wedding venues in New Harmony while also meeting and discussing wedding ideas with florists, photographers, caterers, DJs, musicians, wedding coordinators, transportation specialists, officiants, wedding apparel specialists (including bridal gowns, bridesmaids, mother of the bride gowns, and tuxedos), Honeymoon travel planners, financial advisors, videographers, musicians, cakes/cupcakes, wedding favors/accessories and hair/makeup specialists.

In addition, at 12 Noon in the New Harmony Inn Conference Center, the Red Geranium will present ‘Bon Appetit! and Cheers!, to highlight dinner catering ideas along with creative ideas for cocktail hour.  Also in the Conference Center, at 1:30 PM, Robin Lewis from Events of Harmony, will present ‘The Magic of Color’, a demonstration on centerpiece ideas and the wedding colors for 2016.

Capping off the day is a Bridal Show scheduled at 2:30 Central Time at Thrall’s Opera House, one of the many uniques venues in New Harmony available to rent. Illusions Bridal from Vincennes will be hosting the show.

Learn more at www.newharmonyweddingshow.com

 

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About Jim Spann

I'm a harmonist in training, learning to live in the now and cherish my surroundings. Moved to New Harmony with my wife Stephanie, son Nathan, and daughter Lydia to start a new chapter in our family and launch the New Harmony Soap Company.

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