Married Wedding Shows offers the Triad’s Premiere Multicultural and Inclusive Wedding Show
Greensboro, NC – March 9, 2019, Linen and Glass Founder and CEO Ashley Womble recently launched the Triad’s premiere multicultural and inclusive wedding expo, Married Wedding Shows, with Meridian Convention Center’s director, Jawa Muniyandi serving as the Cultural Director.
With the first event debuting March 9, 2019 at the Meridian Convention Center, attendees can expect an unparalleled wedding show experience. Attracting Asian, Hispanic, African American, LGBTQ vendors and attendees, Married Wedding Shows was started after founder and CEO Womble saw a need to serve the wedding needs of the varied and vibrant cultures, religions and beliefs throughout the Triad.
“We’re excited to provide a premiere experience for couples from all walks of life,” says Womble, “my team and I believe now is the time to innovate, and progress the way wedding shows serve the entire community”. From a Jamaican Food Truck and a Cambodian dance ceremony to a scavenger hunt, Married Wedding Shows is designed to cater and meet the needs of the Triad’s diverse community.
In addition to inclusivity, Married Wedding Shows is offering the ultimate Champagne Lounge which promises to be a luxurious experience. Guests are invited to sip champagne from a living Champagne Table courtesy of Imagine Circus as they sample delicious 5 star rated confections from Artsy Cakesy and other local gourmet offerings.
Tickets can be purchased from www.MarriedWeddingShows.com. Admission is $10 and includes a tote for engaged couples filled with wonderful wedding swag plus a “day of” emergency kit.
For more general event and vendor information visit www.MarriedShows.com or call 336.701.3181.