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Lovebirds Flock to Hawaii Bridal Expo

Aaron Chan Aaron Chan
Ed Steenman Ed Steenman

By Marvin Buenconsejo

HONOLULU (KHNL) -- Dozens of love-sick couples are making their way to the Neal Blaisdell Center for this weekend's "21st Annual Hawaii Bridal Expo.

More than 280 vendors will line the Aisles at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. 

The Expo includes cake makers, jewelers, florists, and even wedding dress makers. 

Organizers are expecting some 5,000 people to attend.

''Basically, we want to find out what is your theme, what kind of look do they want and setting do they want," said Aaron Chan of Honolulu Moon Apparels.  "Basically, we can create the setting based on the colors and shades that they want for that certain them that they're looking for."

''A lot of folks are coming down and renewing their vows," said Ed Steenman of Hawaii Bridal Expo.  "A lot of folks who have been married for their silver or their platinum or even their gold anniversary are coming back down and recommitting themselves and getting married, again. So, that's very exciting."

The Hawaii Bridal Expo is just getting underway.

It runs from Friday through Sunday, at the Exhibition Hall.

Admission is $7.00.

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