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Mainstreet Waynesboro to host second Wedding Expo

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Mainstreet Waynesboro again will be transforming the American Legion Post 15 into a one-stop shop for brides-to-be and their families this spring. The second Mainstreet Waynesboro Wedding Expo will be held Saturday, March 16 from 10 to 1:30 in the American Legion ballrooms in downtown Waynesboro. The event will feature everything a couple needs to get ready for the big day: from flowers and cakes to dresses and honeymoons.

Sponsors include radio stations MIX95.1, Live 96.7, lead sponsor Renewal by Anderson, Erin Shank State Farm, Franklin County Visitors Bureau. In-kind sponsors include J&M Printing. Allison’s Alterations & Creations will present a runway show featuring nearly new consignment gowns, which will be available for purchase at her downtown Waynesboro store.


The expo will feature dozens of local wedding experts in the grand ballroom of the renovated American Legion post at 63 E. Main St. “The perfect day is in the details and we’ve got you covered,” says Cari Kreps,
Mainstreet Waynesboro event planner and administrative assistant. Attendees will have the chance to meet a variety of wedding professionals, food tastings, music by deejay Ryan Smetzer; and much more.
Brides-to-be who pre-register will receive a complimentary tote bag with goodies inside, while all brides-to-be will have the opportunity to win prizes, which will be given away at the end of the event.

Tickets for the event cost $5 in advance and $10 at the door. Advance tickets are available at Eventbrite.com.


Mainstreet is still looking for a few additional vendors and volunteers. For a vendor application, go to www.mainstreetwaynesboro.org. For more information about the event, email event coordinator Lydia
Schoonover at lydiaschoonover@yahoo.com, or call 717-762-0397.

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