There are certain days in life that mark the beginning of a new chapter. Early on it may be graduating school or getting your first job but one of the most profound is your wedding. Many special moments in life are personal achievements, but a wedding is much more than that. Your wedding day symbolizes the union between two people, moving forward in life together, creating memories and achievements as a single force. The magnitude of this wondrous day, surrounded by those people you cherish most, can be downright overwhelming. Fortunately, the South Lake Tahoe Wedding & Honeymoon Association is here to lend a helping hand during this exciting but sometimes stressful time. Please join us for the annual Something Blue Wedding Expo on Sunday March 12, 2017.
As the saying goes…
Have you ever wondered where the “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue” saying comes from and what it symbolizes? Its history lies in an Old English rhyme about the four items a bride must add to her wedding ensemble, bringing a bit of luck to the special day.
Old: Represents continuity
New: Optimism for the future
Borrowed: Symbolizes borrowed happiness
Blue: Stands for purity, love, and fidelity
Create your special day and reduce your stress at The Something Blue Wedding Expo
Just as the good-luck tokens are offered by those closest to you, the Expo is here to reduce your stress and help create your special day. Attendees will meet and interact with Lake Tahoe’s top local wedding vendors including florists, DJ’s, wedding planners, venues and many more. The event wouldn’t be complete without food and drinks to sample, raffle prizes, a fashion show, and all the Brides & Grooms-to-be will receive a keepsake gift bag with special offers. Of course, we’ll be there too! So please stop by and say hello to The Blue Angel Cafe and Catering Co. and see what we can do for your wedding day celebration.
Something Blue event
Date & Time:
March 12, 2017; 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
TICKETS: $15.00 at the door. We hope to see you at the event. For tickets online, go to www.tahoeweddings.org