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Brides-to-be pack annual bridal show in Amarillo

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Hundreds of brides-to-be stayed out of the cold Sunday and spent their time indoors at the High Plains Weddings 30th Annual Bridal Show.

It lasted until 4:30 Sunday afternoon and benefited Advo companies. Vendors displayed everything from bridal gowns to jewelry, photographers to florists -- everything a bride could possibly need, besides the groom of course! Vendors say it's the perfect one-stop-shop for brides to find everything they need, in one place with people that are all there to help make their planning a little bit easier.

"Think about what you really really want, you can see so many things on the Internet and get ideas," said florist Mary Ruth Albracht. "Then take it to the florist or the vendors and let them help, help them make their dream come true."

For more information on High Plains Weddings or any upcoming shows, just check out their web site at info@highplainsweddings.com.

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