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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Brides-to-be flocked to the Albany mall Sunday for the 13th annual Bridal Expo.

Couples could visit the dozens of vendors, enjoy tasting's and food samples and even watch a bridal fashion show.

Sunday was a free opportunity for brides to get exposure to many vendors in one location.  And this way they don't have to do as much research on their own.

"We've been able to book a few weddings just for this year. We have a pretty good schedule for next year. And I just enjoy meeting with everybody. We've enjoyed talking with the brides that are coming through, they're all really excited," said Sarah Eldridge, a photographer.

Some vendors say it's never too early to start planning for the big day. Couples could also win a variety of prizes.

 

 

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