Post # 1
I was pretty disappointed; I thought most of the vendors were really pushy, which makes me less interested in them. I thought it was interesting that the venue representatives would ask, “How many people are you planning on having?” when I asked them how big a party they could accommodate.
Hopefully the Dallas one isn’t like this. 🙁
Post # 3
I went looking for a photographer, a videographer and a cake person and didn’t really find anything. Fortunately, I have found a photographer and a cake lady through a recommendation of a friend. They all seemed pretty pushy to me too and were just handing me all kinds of information but wouldn’t take the time to talk to answer questions. Not the best use of a weekend, but it was deinfitely an experience!
Post # 4
Yeah, at least it was ‘free’. I went online to look up the photographers that were there and didn’t like any of their work (or they were really expensive).
Not appreciating any of the spam I’m getting now either. Boo!
There was one venue (a little cottage place in Flower Mound?) whose representative was really sweet and answered all our questions. We decided to go with a different venue but they would have been on our short list if they had exactly what we were looking for because of their attitude.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
I didn’t go to that one but I did go to a bridal show in Plano a couple months ago. It turned me off from bridal shows in general! People are so fake and avoid pricing questions, and then they call you constantly (one said I had “won” but further research shows they call *everyone* to tell them they won and it’s a scam)
Sorry to be such a Debbie Downer it just left a bad taste in my mouth!