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Bridal Extravaganza Show Announces Fashion Show Schedule

HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- On January 5-6, 2013, the 28th annual Bridal Extravaganza Show will be held at downtown Houston's George R. Brown Convention Center.

The Bridal Extravaganza Show brings the excitement of New York's choreographed fashion shows to Houston. Each day, several formal fashion shows will be presented on the 60-foot runway stage. Brides will find ideas and inspiration for wedding styles for the entire wedding party.

The schedule is:

Saturday
1:00 Impression Bridal
2:00 David's Bridal/Men's Wearhouse
3:00 The Princess Bridal

Sunday
10:45 Randy Fenoli TV Star of Say Yes to the Dress
1:00 Impression Bridal
2:00 David's Bridal/Men's Wearhouse
3:00 The Princess Bridal
4:00 Texas Weddings Magazine Couture Runway

At the Bridal Extravaganza Show, thousands of brides, bridesmaids, mothers-of-the-bride, grooms, and wedding planners have their pick of over 350 vendors in 700 display showcases who cater exclusively to the ever fashionable, stylish, and romantic wedding industry.

"Fashion shows are the number one reason brides attend bridal shows," says Laurette M. Veres, producer.

This huge event, held twice annually, draws marriage bound couples from all over Texas and beyond to find invaluable resources and to register to win honeymoons and shopping sprees. Brides may walk away with a honeymoon in the Riviera Maya, or a free wedding announcement in the local paper.

Tickets are $15 at the door and at www.BridalExtravaganzaShow.com. Discount tickets are available at Randall's. Tickets to Randy Fenoli must be purchased on line. For more information call (281) 340-7777.

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