However, since wedding places are all inclusive (meaning they handle everything from the service to the cake), the concept of a wedding fair is very different compared to the big convention types found in North America.
Individual Wedding Fairs
Most wedding halls are run by fairly large corporations, each of which host their own wedding fair events. Generally speaking, these are held during the week when people aren't getting married and the staff is free to show you around.
|At least you get good food!|
Most places require a reservation in advance and only run events on specific days. As we mentioned in a previous article, wedding places can be easily found on a bunch of different web sites so that is a good place to start inquiring. Some sites like Zexy even allow you to make reservations online without picking up the phone.
Large Wedding Fairs
On rare occasions, a group of companies will get together at a large venue and host a big wedding fair where you can see a whole bunch of places all at once. However, these are rather rare and only held once or twice a years in big cities or popular wedding destinations, so don't count on having one in your area.
Furthermore, you don't get to see the actual wedding place or try their food, so expect to have to attend another individual wedding fair even after attending a large event.
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