APPLETON - From the dress, to the caterer... everything a bride needed to plan her big day could be found in one place.
The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton was filled with wedding-day vendors Sunday afternoon.
Brides-to-be could check out the latest bridal fashions at the event's fashion show.
The event also featured more than 70 of the area's top photographers, cake bakers and other wedding vendors.
No matter what stage of planning, the brides had access to plenty of choices.
"It makes it much easier for the brides. You can come in, and it's like a one-stop shop. We have at least two vendors of each category, so she can go around and check things out, check prices," said Visuelle Productions owner Sue Diehl.
Visuelle Productions hosted the one-day event.
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