WHAT IS THE INSPIRATION STATION?
One of the truly unique experiences at The Twin Cities Bridal Show is the Inspiration Station, which are tablescapes and environments created to inspire couples for their wedding day décor. Each season, we work with the most talented vendors in the area to come up with themes and they execute them in the most amazing ways, set up like window displays for a department store. We often say the whole experience is like a Pinterest board, only live.
WHAT TO BRING
We suggest you bring your phone for shooting photos of your favorite details. Don’t forget a pencil and paper to jot down vendor notes for your own wedding planning needs. Sometimes seeing the tablescapes in real life inspires ideas for things you never knew you’d like for your own event.
A SNEAK PEEK AT THE 2020 THEMES
We are proud to announce the themes for the Fall 2020 Inspiration Station:
- Cotton Candy
- Bohemian Rhapsody
- Micro Merriment
- City Chic
This year, we were inspired by small but extravagant weddings and not letting glamour go by the wayside. We’re especially excited to feature an ode to the Minnesota State Fair – Cotton Candy – to spark some whimsical and retro inspiration. Don’t miss “Bohemian Rhapsody” where you’ll see our take on the ever-popular boho wedding theme. Check out a sneak peek of all the themes on our Pinterest page!
So come check out all of the themes on Sunday, September 27th at Saint Paul RiverCentre, from 11am-5pm. There will be timed entry tickets in two-hour time slots and more new navigation for this show due to COVID-19 regulations. For more info, click here.
Photos by The Wedding Guys & Anna Grinets Photography
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