Record crowds attended this year's Echuca-Moama Weddings Expo at Stubberfield Group Sports and Entertainment Centre.IVY WISE May 26, 2014 3:11am
The Echuca-Moama Weddings Expo has been hailed a huge success, with record crowds attending and many bookings taken.
The largest of its kind in country Victoria, the wedding expo featured a sell-out 85 exhibitors, showcasing flowers, dresses, venues, cakes and everything wedding-related, as well as two fashion parades.
Event co-ordinator Hayley Evans said the expo, held at the Stubberfield Group Sports and Entertainment Centre, was bigger and better than last year, with crowd and exhibitor numbers up.
‘‘Everyone was extremely impressed and it all went really well,’’ she said.
‘‘There was a lot of fresh faces this year and the new exhibitors were really impressed.
‘‘The committee really pulled together and everything ran smoothly.’’
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