- Adult: $15.00
- Online: $13.50
- Additional fees may apply
Be one of the first 1000 brides through the door and receive a free goodie bag valued at over $100 (and still growing) including product from Elizabeth Arden and a New Zealand Bridal Magazine!
Plus your all day tickets gives you:
* Wedding seminars from family life
* Full range of wedding day experts during the show
* Groom Zone for the guys
* Quality Fashion Parades
We believe that this show is second to no other.
This is your chance to visit one of NZ's most popular wedding expo & bridal show; Auckland's Premier Wedding Expo at the ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane.
With some wedding shows charging up to a $20 entry fee, Auckland’s Premier Wedding Expo tickets are only $13.50 online and $15 on the door so you know you are getting the best, without paying the most.
Auckland's Premier Wedding Expo promises to amaze, inform and inspire you every year and proposes over 120 exhibitors to you, allowing you to capture your imagination and plan your wedding in style and with ease.
There is no need to trail all over town or spend days looking through phone books - we bring top quality companies from around New Zealand and the world together under one roof for one day only.
With exhibitors ranging from florists to printers and wedding planners to caterers this is a wedding planning paradise!
Auckland's Premier Wedding Expo at the ASB Showgrounds is an event not to be missed, the perfect wedding expo for anybody planning a wedding.
We drove to Austin, TX.....
And stayed with some friends. Hubby bought me tickets to see the Broadway show Avenue Q in Austin for our 4 yr wedding anniversary so that was the reason for the trip. It was a great weekend!!
It was fun getting to see my friend too, and she recently married a cop so hubby is in heaven now that I have a friend with a husband that he can "play" with.
And by "playing" I mean, go to the gun range!!
I agree, I have always liked Wendy
Loved her swimsuit design and I think her wedding dress design should've won. I also liked her 2055 getup and was surprised that that judge reacted negatively to it; it was cute, and kind of indie-cool with the trashy sweater, perfect for a hip future teenager. Everything Wendy has ever said on that show has been 100% true. She simply tells it like it is. I like her and her designs, and though I don't think she is strong as Kara, she will be in the top 3.
You're right about the gay blonde dude, Austin. I think he has much talent, but as a costume designer for period films, not a fashion designer.
My first time...
A while back I really had tried my hardest to set up a couples and select singles event as I had an entire plush house to myself up in the North Austin area for a few days. Well for one reason or another no one showed up except for this one lady. She entered the house dressed rather normally but proceeded to change into her "play" clothes almost immediately while I was still sorting out who was actually going to show up. So in the process of sending/responding to emails this slightly older than me blond lady comes out in her bra, stockings and panties and proceeds to sit down on the couch opposite from me
I was only nineteen when you left. And I'm still scared and missing you. Its almost been a year now. Is it ok to still cry at night? Or to wish you were here?
I got Jon back, I love him so much mommy, I think he's the one. He takes care of me. I work two jobs now, and I'm trying to go back to school too. I had that surgery I needed finally, it was back in january and the scar is healing great.
We all miss you lots. Emily and Austin are doing great, She loves you still, we show her pictures. He is walking now and talking. Both act like you. Kayla is pregnant again though thats not good
Peter bart on paparazzi, celeb culture and rober
I rearranged the order of the excerpted items.
AUSTIN, Texas - Old school met new school with Peter Bart's first-ever appearance at the South by Southwest film festival.
The editor of Variety since 1989, Bart was in charge of production at Paramount Pictures in the late 1960s and early '70s, working with then-studio head Robert Evans to develop such influential films as "The Godfather," "Rosemary's Baby" and "Harold and Maude." These days, he also co-hosts the movie talk show "Sunday Morning Shootout" with veteran producer Peter Guber on AMC.
Bart, 73, sat down with The Associated Press before a film festival audience to talk about everything from Coppola to "Crash