PHILADELPHIA BRIDAL SHOWS: National Constitution Center and Radisson Philadelphia Northeast

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WHO: National Constitution Center

WHAT: Wedding Open House




WHEN: Friday January 10, 5-8p.m.

WHERE: 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia

WHY: Soon-to-be brides and their families are invited to check out one of Philadelphia’s most beloved sites at the National Constitution Center’s bridal open house. Brides will get the chance to meet with the Center’s wedding professionals while sipping on drinks, testing out different cakes and touring the venue's reception and ceremony spaces, all while enjoying music by a DJ at EBE Entertainment. Brides and their entourage will also be able to chat with vendors from Brûlée Catering, Campbell Studios, Advanced Staging Productions, and more.

COST: Complimentary; RSVP by calling 215-409-6780 or filling out this online form.

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WHO: Radisson Hotel Philadelphia NE

WHAT: The Greater Northeast Philly Bridal Showcase

WHEN: Sunday January 19, 12-4p.m.

WHERE: 2400 Old Lincoln Hwy, Trevose

WHY: Head over to Trevose on the 19th to experience the bridal extravaganza, better known as the Greater Northeast Philly Bridal Showcase. Bouche Productions, the local company putting on the event, is teaming up with 95.7 Ben FM and coining it the "BENgagement Bridal Show.” Beginning at noon, the event will feature free makeovers and hair trials, local vendors such as Carl Alan Floral Design and lots morea fashion show, photo booths and sure-to-wow-you food, with a live showcase presented by Best of Both Worlds Entertainment. Keep an eye out for awesome goodies, discounts and prizes—plus, the first 150 brides to purchase a ticket get $500 in "bridal bucks" to use like cash with any of the attending vendors.

COST: General Admission ticket is $5 online or $10 at the door. A Bridal Party Pass (admits up to 5 people) is available online for $20.

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