Making plans to attend the Bridal Extravaganza Show in Houston this weekend, January 9-10, 2021? The popular annual show will go on this year with modifications in place to keep guests safe.
What is the Houston Bridal Extravaganza?
The Houston Bridal Extravaganza Show is the country’s largest bridal show featuring shows each January and July since 1983. It features hundreds of talented designers, florists, cake artists, wedding planners, gown designers, decorators plus the chance to win honeymoons and shopping sprees. There are also seminars which will help you learn valuable information for planning your wedding.
If you’re planning a wedding in 2021, this is a great place to meet vendors face-to-face, which is vastly preferable to just blindly hiring someone online. You can really get a feel for which vendors you feel will be the best fit for helping you achieve the wedding of your dreams!
New Measures to Keep Visitors Safe
Given current world events, the 2021 Houston Bridal Extravaganza will incorporate new measures to keep everyone as safe as possible.
According to the event website, safety protocols will include mask requirements, temperature checks, expanded aisles, entry tickets with staggered times, and social distancing reminders throughout the premises.
“Because of Covid and to keep everyone safe, we are asking you to choose what day you are coming and what hour you plan to arrive. Once you are in the show, you are welcome to stay until 5:00pm. This staggered entry allows the flow to be consistent and safe. If for any reason you are running late do not worry – you will still be admitted. Thank you for your cooperation,” the website explains.
Houston Bridal Extravaganza Schedule & Tickets
Interested in attending the 2021 Houston Bridal Extravaganza Show? Check out the complete schedule online. And don’t forget you’ll need to purchase your tickets in advance online to choose a date and entry time.
Hours are 10 am – 5 pm Saturday and 11 am – 5 pm Sunday. Located at 1101 Avenida de las Americas, George R. Brown Convention Center.
Looking for more fun events around town? Check out our guide to the best things to do in Houston this weekend.