A new wedding show is coming to Fort Langley on Nov. 6.

Meet local wedding professionals at new Fort Langley wedding show

The Glass Slipper Wedding Show takes place Nov. 6 at the Fort Langley Community Hall

A new wedding show in Fort Langley is connecting grooms and brides-to-be with local wedding professionals right here in the Fraser Valley.

The Glass Slipper Wedding Show is happening Nov. 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Fort Langley Community Hall.

Created by Stephanie Mosher of Glass Slipper Event Planning, the show features handpicked vendors, ranging from photographers and bakeries to bridal stores.

The atmosphere of the show is relaxed, allowing couples to take their time connecting one-on-one with vendors while being inspired by the latest wedding trends, Mosher said.

“The goal of the show is for couples from the Fraser Valley to connect with amazing local professionals. Brides don’t need to go to Vancouver anymore to find wedding experts. There are many fantastic businesses with great products and services right here in our backyard.”

The show also includes canapes provided by The Black Radish Catering and sparkling wine samples.

Brides are free, guests are $10 online or $15 at the door

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