OANow Bridal Extravaganza

Your happily ever after starts here!

Join us August 28 for The Opelika-Auburn News Bridal Extravaganza where we have everything brides need under one roof. Visit with our fabulous vendors to find whatever suits your style: from classic elegance to the latest trends. We’ll be able to help you with Hair & Beauty, Fashion & Jewelry, Cakes, Catering & Venues, Travel & Hotels, and Photography & Entertainment.

You’ll definitely want to be there for our “Style for the Aisle” fashion show at 2:30, featuring not only amazing attire for the bridal party but also thousands of dollars in prizes to be given away!

Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. We will be accepting cash or check only at the door.

Like Opelika-Auburn News Events on Facebook to keep up with all of the latest news about this upcoming event.

Please e-mail sales@oanow.com for more information about the event or how to become a vendor.

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