Tickets to the 2015 Harsanik Bridal Show
are now on sale! Our upscale bridal event is scheduled for Sunday March 22, and we are so excited that it's only two months away. In our last blog post
, we promised special gifts and beautiful showcases. Finally, we can start to share some of the details!
Tickets are $15 each prior to the show and $25 on the day of. We know most brides will be bringing their bridal parties, family and friends, and we're excited that we can help with that this year! For a limited time, if you buy three or more tickets, you will get them for $10 each! Make sure to select the Group Discount tickets and buy before February 22 to take advantage of this deal.
While everyone is invited to our event and can get the savings on group tickets, we have some special gifts we are giving away to brides who sign up first!
We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Harsanik Bridal Show will take place at the Marriott Burbank Hotel
on Sunday, March 22, 2015! This will be the 5th bridal show hosted by Harsanik and we are thrilled to showcase some of the best wedding vendors in Southern California. This show is sure to be the best yet!
For all vendors interested in reserving booth space and showcasing their work, please
. We can't wait to start announcing some of our participating vendors starting next week! Be sure to reserve yours as soon as possible.
The 12 Days of Armenian Christmas was a celebration we started on social media from Christmas Eve until January 6th! Armenians and some Christians all over the world celebrate Christmas on this day, so we wanted to share our favorite wedding wish list items leading up to it. Take a quick look at our twelve wedding wants from some our favorite vendors.
We recently found out about the Sand Ceremony and wanted to share it with our brides. For anyone planning an outdoor wedding and looking for something a bit less traditional for their ceremony, this is a great idea to incorporate into your wedding!
We first heard about the Sand Ceremony thanks to Minister Rev. Ogannes, a Non-Denominational Ordained Minister. Rev Ogannes shared "I have been introducing it to my Armenian brides for the last couple of years and they all love it but surprisingly have never heard of it until I share it with them. I am sure many more brides will love the idea and incorporate it into their ceremonies to come."