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Calling All Bride and Groom to the Hawaii World Class Wedding Expo 2013

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Calling all brides and grooms to an event in Hawaii that can help you plan your most special day; the Wedding Expo. The Hawaii World Class Wedding Expo is happening this weekend at the Hawaii Convention Center on October 25th and 26th.  There will be 150 booths from bridal attire, venues, florists, jewelry, wedding planners, caterers, specialty services, hair and makeup, health and beauty products, entertainment, and more.

Joining us on 'Sunrise' is Jasmine Baker from True Elegance Bridal Salon with a look at some of the designs you will be seeing this weekend.

For more information about the event or the fashion show by True Elegance click HERE.

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