Maryland: Black Wedding Experience Expo Happening April 8

The first ever Black Wedding Experience Expo is happening April 8, 2023, in College Park, MD
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The first ever Black Wedding Experience Expo is happening April 8, 2023, in College Park, MD — and you don’t want to miss it! If you’re getting married soon (or know someone who is), or you simply need a new inventory of vendors with fresh ideas and creative eyes, this event is for you.

Black wedding vendors, this event is for you too. In fact, the expo’s creator, Josephine Ocheni, put this event together to showcase Black talent in the wedding vendor industry.

“This is an opportunity for Black wedding vendors to show their artistry, sophistication, and creativity,” Josephine said.

For attendees:

Josephine is expecting over 100 vendors to attend. General expo admission will feature cake and food samplings, performances, and door prizes. You’ll be able to connect with dozens of Black-owned businesses that cater weddings in the D.C. Metro area and in other states.

Also, there will be an exclusive fashion show, hors d'oeuvres, full buffet lunch spread, and swag bags for VIP attendees.

For vendors:

Showcase your wedding artistry to hundreds of attendees. Josephine is looking for Black wedding vendors in:

Jewelry and apparel
Decor – floral and lighting
Beauty/Male groomers (hair, makeup, hot shaves, haircuts)
Venue owners that host (events, engagements, weddings, etc.)
Production and Entertainment (photographers, videographers, artists, DJs)
Domestic and Luxury Destination Travel Planners
Wellness Coaches/Fitness

Limited spots are available for vendors, so make sure you sign up early!

Follow the Black Wedding Experience Expo on Instagram for upcoming Black vendor showcases in other states.

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