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Carthage Bridal Fair is underway at Cherry's Art Emporium on the Square

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Some bride-to-be's in the Carthage area are staying local to plan their weddings.


The first annual Carthage Bridal Fair took place this afternoon at Cherry's Art Emporium on the Square.


15 different vendors attended, offering a variety of services for the big day, including catering, photography and florists. 


The event was specific to the Southwest Missouri city, with only Carthage vendors invited.


"Every vendor here is a licensed Carthage business person," said Cherry Babcock, coordinator.  "We wanted to stay in Carthage with the businesses, just to let people know what all is here in Carthage."


"I think a lot of people maybe don't realize what photographers or other vendors are available locally, so I just think it's a great opportunity," said Joshua Carter, vendor from LifeCaption Photography.


The Carthage Bridal Fair will be held again tomorrow from 12- 4 p.m. at Cherry's Art Emporium on the Square.

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