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Bridal show

BRIDES APLENTY AT FOOTHILLS

BRIDES APLENTY

AT FOOTHILLS

Can’t have a Wedding Expo without brides! Deanie Lord, Oneonta, Tammy Christman, Oneonta, Tracy Ross, Sidney Center and Todd Halley, Franklin modeled this year’s bridal fashions for Rainbow’s End at the annual Foothills Wedding Expo on Sunday, Jan. 13. With 200 in attendence, the event had its largest turnout ever.

Denim and Diamonds Hosts Bridal Show

Denim & Diamonds

Hosts Bridal Show

It was a packed house at the Holiday Inn this afternoon as brides-to-be were exploring their options at the Denim and Diamonds Bridal Show at The Holiday Inn. Here, YouTube stars Julia Goolia, right, Oneonta, is filmed by her finance JP Lambiase, middle, for their show Hellthy Junk Food, as she tries he luck at finding a prize winning cupcake from Betty Lee. Jason Curly, left, Oneonta, was MC for the contest. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
It was a packed house at the Holiday Inn/Southside this afternoon as brides-to-be explored their options at the Denim & Diamonds Bridal Show.  YouTube stars Julia Goolia, right, Oneonta, is filmed by her finance JP Lambiase, middle, for their show Hellthy Junk Food, as she tries her luck at finding a prize-winning cupcake from Betty Lee.  Jason Curly, left, Oneonta, emceed the contest. Brides could enter to win a variety of prizes including clutch purses, a watch, and more, all while sampling food and offerings from wedding-service vendors.(Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Attention, Brides: 1st Bridal Show Of Year Is This Sunday At Foothills

Attention, Brides:  1st Bridal Show

Of Year Is This Sunday At Foothills

Our newspapers' annual bridal section is in this week's Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman's Journal, so brides can preview ads by vendors at Foothills' "I Do" Bridal Show, the first of the year, noon-4 p.m. this Sunday in Oneonta. Also, reporter Libby Cudmore interviews wedding photographers about unforgettable moments, and on the trend toward vintage gowns. Hometown Oneonta includes a report on the first meeting of the new Common Council. And The Freeman's Journal includes a report on Cooperstown Chamber executive Matt Hazzard's 11-month ordeal with cancer; his doctors have now declared him cancer-free.
Our newspapers’ annual bridal section is in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, so brides can preview ads by vendors who will be at Foothills’ “I Do” Bridal Show, the first of the year, noon-4 p.m. this Sunday in Oneonta. Also, reporter Libby Cudmore interviews wedding photographers about unforgettable moments, and on the trend toward vintage gowns. Hometown Oneonta also includes a report on the first meeting of the new Common Council. And The Freeman’s Journal includes a report on Cooperstown Chamber executive Matt Hazzard’s 11-month ordeal with cancer; his doctors have now declared him cancer-free.
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With Spring, Thoughts Turn To Wedding Plans

With Spring, Thoughts Turn To Wedding Plans

Kathy Kroll, Oneonta, of Coddington's Flowers, right, talks floral options with Ellen Tillapaugh Kuch, Cooperstown, and her daughters Rachel and Maggie.  They were among attendees at the House of Brides Love Is In The Air Bridal Show, hosted at The Carriage House, Southside Oneonta, on Sunday afternoon.  (Ian Austin/allotsego.com)
Kathy Kroll, Oneonta, of Coddington’s Flowers, right, talks floral options with Ellen Tillapaugh Kuch, Cooperstown, and her daughters Rachel and Maggie. They were among attendees at the House of Brides Love Is In The Air Bridal Show, hosted at The Carriage House, Southside Oneonta, on Sunday afternoon. (Ian Austin/allotsego.com)
Bridal Show

Brides Say ‘I Do!’ To Foothills Wedding Show

Claire Satriano, Cooperstown, left, shows bride-to-be Lea Lopresti, her sister Allie and mother Lois, all of Norwich, some of the wedding floral options they have at Mohican Flowers, who were one of many vendors at the I Do Bridal Expo at Foothills on Sunday afternoon.
Claire Satriano, Cooperstown, left, shows bride-to-be Lea Lopresti, her sister Allie and mother Lois, all of Norwich, some of the wedding floral options from Mohican Flowers, one of many vendors at the I Do Bridal Expo at Foothills on Sunday afternoon. (Ian Austin/allotsego.com)
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