The first Bridal Traditions show was held in 1992 at the Montagne Center on the campus of Lamar University, and for three years that was its home. The show quickly outgrew that venue and was moved to the Beaumont Civic Center, where it remains to this day.
Bridal Traditions is produced by Johnnie Andrus, owner of Cindy’s Bridal in Vidor, and Sarah Linscomb, owner of J and J Monogramming in Lumberton.
Hundreds of Brides have found that everything they need to know about planning a fabulous wedding can be found at Bridal Traditions. With well over 100 wedding specialists exhibiting in one location, no bride should have to shop anywhere else!
Exhibiting at Bridal Traditions is an extremely cost-effective way to promote your business, products and the services you provide. Brides and grooms arrive eager to work out the details of their special date and their excitement becomes contagious to every party involved in the planning process.
Bridal Traditions is heavily promoted in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana through newspapers, television, radio, billboards, and in business posters.
In addition to showcasing your products and services at the show, each vendor will receive a complete list of brides and grooms who attended. By using this as a direct marketing tool, your business can continue to reap the benefits of your investment in the Bridal Traditions event. Your business name, address, and phone number will also be listed on the Bridal Traditions website and enhanced listing options are available.
Plan your dream wedding at a Bridal Traditions event!