10 Can’t Miss Toronto Bridal Shows in 2020
In desperate need of some wedding inspo? Stop watching reruns of Say Yes to the Dress and hit the Toronto bridal show circuit. Here are all the expos you’ll want to hit up this season.
So, you’ve been looking at real weddings and scrolling through pages of vendor reviews and portfolios to assemble your dream team? Well, now it's time to check out what vendors have to offer IRL. We’ve rounded up the hottest 2020 winter and spring Toronto bridal shows to help you bolster your vendor squad and get a bit of wedding inspo along the way. These expos bring out the best of the best in the industry, so they’re definitely worth attending.
Here are the Toronto bridal shows you don’t want to miss this season.
Canada’s Bridal Show (January 10-12, 2020)
Kicking off the 2020 season is the much-loved Canada’s Bridal Show. Founded in 1984, this convention has been showcasing the wedding pros of Canada’s bridal industry for over 30 years and is one of the most renowned wedding exhibitions in the country. As per usual, the event will bring hundreds of expert wedding vendors and planners to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for a three-day stint. This year’s list of exhibitors includes Elite Beauty, Heavenly Creation Florist and Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay (just to name a few). Tickets cost a mere $20.
Must Be Kismet (January 12, 2020)
Missed the fall Must Be Kismet show way back in September? NBD, another one is right around the corner! The event will take over Mississauga’s International Centre and give you the chance to see the work of the GTA’s top South Asian wedding vendors. There will be fashion shows, panels and displays that may give you some inspo for your wedding theme, colour scheme and more. Tickets cost $10 for general admission or $15 if you want to see a fashion show, too.
The WedLuxe Wedding Show (January 19, 2020)
Want to hit two Toronto bridal shows in one day? Make your way to The WedLuxe Wedding Show at The Carlu on the 13th and you’ll be immersed in a real wedding wonderland. Over 100 elite florists, cake designers, stationers and other wedding pros will be showing their stuff, so you’re bound to stumble upon something you love. Keep in mind that this show is more like a party than an exhibition so you’ll have more time to mix and mingle with the best in the biz. Tickets cost $60 if you purchase before January 7, and $75 from then onward.
Modern Bride Wedding Show (January 25-26, 2020)
If you’re free the weekend of the 25th, mark the Modern Bride Wedding Show on your calendar. As with years past, it’ll take place at the International Centre in Mississauga and bring out the best in the business. But wait, there’s more! You’ll also be treated to tastings, live entertainment, fashion shows, hair and makeup trials, photo booth sessions, mini consultations and gift bags (giving you plenty of bang for your buck). Admission only costs $10 online or $15 when you pay at the door.
The Wedding Show (February 2, 2020)
Start your February off right by hitting up The Wedding Show. They will be transforming the Hyatt Regency’s ballroom into a wedding mecca. Along with the opportunity to meet with wedding pros, you’ll get live entertainment, hair and makeup trials, tastings, consultations, contests, swag bags and more. There are lots of ideas and professional wedding consultations that you and your partner can experience if you’re feeling a little lost on your wedding journey. Tickets are $5.
The True Mate Bridal Show (February 9, 2020)
New to the bridal show lineup in 2020, The True Mate Bridal Show's goal is to have you walk away feeling more inspired, informed and confident! To be held at FF North in Woodbridge, you can expect a qualified selection of vendors, two fashion shows, interactive workshops, wine and cupcake tasting, a question and answer segment, bouquet toss, award-winning food samples and more. Tickets cost $10 online for general admission ($15 at the door). VIP tickets are $20 online and include champagne upon entry, a wine and cupcake tasting ticket and one workshop ($25 at the door).
The Wedding Co. Market (February 23, 2020)
The Wedding Co. Market will be filling Artscape Wychwood Barns with bridal wear, bouquets and beautiful decor for its fifth year in a row this February. If rustic chic goodies and artisan creations are going to be staples in your upcoming celebration, attending this market is an absolute must. Last year’s show boasted new age boho decor, metallic cakes and more all crafted by Toronto’s bridal industry members. Early bird tickets cost $15 and will be available until January 1st, after that they’ll be $20.
Ultimate Destination Wedding Show (February 23, 2020)
If a destination wedding is in the cards for you, then the Ultimate Destination Wedding Show needs to be on your radar. It will be happening at C Cafe & Banquets in Mississauga on the last Sunday in February. What can you expect? Free consultations with travel and wedding pros, snacks and a one-hour presentation all about planning your dream destination wedding. Admission is free for engaged couples (reserve your spot online) and $10 online or $15 at the door for friends and family.
The Lavish Wedding Market (March 8, 2020)
The Lavish Wedding Market is a South Asian-geared event at the Mississauga Convention Centre. Unlike a traditional bridal show, the market is a wedding shopping experience for couples, families and friends. The event will bring in a bevy of wedding professionals, from cake designers to videographers, making it a one-stop-shop for your big day. Tickets are free and you can register online.
The Ultimate Bridal Show (April 25, 2020)
At the end of April, the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga will be packed with brides-to-be and wedding pros for The Ultimate Bridal Show. The exhibition will host a bevy of top-notch vendors, including Fairytales Creations and Catering, Magic Moments and New Age Sound & Lighting. There will also be a fashion show and tons of giveaways and contests happening throughout the day. You’ll need to register online, but entry is 100% free for brides and grooms.
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