2011 Wedding Events

Wedding shows and events for Halifax, Nova Scotia

Christmas Wedding Show
Atlantica Hotel & Marina Oak Island hosts this South Shore wedding show, which includes runway fashion shows, wedding industry vendors, local artisans and suppliers to help you choose the ideal South Shore professionals for all your flowers, wedding cakes, photographers, keepsakes and gifts.
Sunday, December 19, 2010, Atlantica Hotel & Marina Oak Island, Western Shore • 12pm-5pm • $5 (includes mimosa) • 800-565-5075

Atlantic Wedding Showcase
A twice annual bridal and wedding show, taking place in September at Exhibition Park and the beginning of January at the Cunard Centre. With more than 100 exhibitors and sponsors, including photographers, floral designers and event planners, there’s plenty to enjoy. This is the place to perfect your wedding dreams and choose the best vendors available.
Sunday, January 9, 2011, Cunard Centre, 961 Marginal Road

Brides 2011
The wedding planning event of the year, with more than 120 exhibitors, many of which you’ll find in these pages. Expect to see two main stage bridal fashion shows by local bridal fashion and accessories retailers, a selection of glamorous door prizes, as well as free gift bags for all brides.
Sunday, January 23, 2011, World Trade and Convention Centre, 1800 Argyle Street • 10am-4pm • $12 • 425-2787

Halifax Bridal Showcase
Keep your eyes open for the next Welcome Wagon bridal showcase. The last one was in October at Cole Harbour Place (51 Forest Hills Parkway) and featured door prizes, fashion shows, planning guides, special displays and gift bags for every bride. They happen every spring or fall, so look out for details early in 2011.

Nova Scotia Ice Wine Festival
A festival celebrating Nova Scotia’s internationally award-winning ice wines, with events across the province. Take advantage of the festival to choose locally made wines for your big day.
February 3 to 13

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