We had a fabulous time meeting up with brides at the two day Bridalrama show in Cincinnati, Ohio. We were there helping to man a booth for the Smoky Mountain Wedding Association. We were encouraging brides to come to the Smoky Mountains for their wedding and/or honeymoon. We know our area offers so much for weddings and events and love sharing about it.

There were so many vendors and a fabulous bridal fashion show hosted by Splendid Bridal. They showcased seasonal bridal and bridesmaid gowns, including one from David Tutera.

They had several more fashions as well as an accapela group and dancers that entertained before the fashion shows.

The first night, Ron and I decided to check out a little area called Mainstrasse Village. We were recommended to go a place called Cock and Bull English Pub for dinner. The line was long and it was so croweded that we were unable to eat there for the evening. Next door was a place called Goodfellas. Ron is Italian and he wanted to go in just for the name. They were quite busy as well, however, there was only a short wait. Watching the staff was like watching a well orchestraited concerto, they all pitched in and helped each other and rotated jobs seamlessly. We were able to tell that they loved their job and the quality that they provided for the customers showed it. Ron ordered the Frank Sinatra sub sandwhich, which he said was fabulous. I ordered a calzone which ended up being huge enough to share with two other people. Can I tell you, that was the most amazing and tasty calzone I have ever had! If you are in the Covington area, I highly recommend them! http://www.goodfellaspizzeria.com/

After the end of the second day at Bridalrama, we did eat at the Cock and Bull English Pub… Their food was also very good and tasty. Their team was not as seamless as Goodfellas, but still very good service and food. http://www.theenglishpub.com/

The Smoky Mountain Wedding Association was greatful that we were able to travel to this great bridal show. There were over one thousand attendees and most were interested in heading to the Smoky Mountains for their wedding or honeymoon. To plan your wedding and honeymoon visit www.smokymountainweddingassociation.com

Written by Ellen Crivellone of Smoky Mountain Sounds

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