Oregon Coast Bridal Showcase this weekend at Fairgrounds

The first ever Oregon Coast Bridal Showcase premiers this weekend in Tillamook. The event is Saturday and Sunday January 9-10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days with wedding specific vendors coming from all over the area. The showcase will be at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds.
“We’re excited to bring this event to the coast and Tillamook County to showcase some of the wedding and bridal businesses out there when planning that special day,” said Julie Jones, Country Media’s event coordinator. “We have a great lineup of vendors, covering a wide range of wedding services.”

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Jones, said one of the highlights of the event is the fashion show slated both days at 1 p.m.
“We have 15 local models who will be wearing dresses from a very popular wedding dress shop, the Beausoleil Bridal Boutique out of Eugene,” Jones said. “The models will be all decked-out with wedding-ready makeup, hair and of course wearing the beautiful dresses.”
SaraSota’s in Tillamook will be taking care of the food for the event and showcasing their wedding cakes as well.
There is everything from destination resorts like Chinook Winds Casino and the Pelican Pub and Brewery and Event Center to floral and caterers for you to visit with and see what services they have to offer any wedding planner.
Evonne from Sheer Bliss in Tillamook will be in charge of the makeup and hair and Stacy’s Florist Design is taking care of the bouquets and flowers for the event.
This event, like other Headlight Herald events includes free parking and admission.
“We hope to see  you at the Bridal Showcase and we would like to thank all of our vendors, hair, makeup, dress, caterer, event center businesses who are really the ones making this possible,” Headlight Herald Publisher Joe Warren said. “We hope this first ever event will gain some momentum and grow and progress from here. After all, Tillamook County is a great destination for a wedding and we believe this event is a good fit for this market.”






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