Well, I’ve never done one specifically for homosexuals. They are expensive but you have to look at them as an investment, depending on your prices if you book just two cakes you’ve made back your initial fee. It’s a great way to network with other vendors, customers, and it gets your name out there. They usually run an add in the newspaper, several websites, etc. At the end the coordinator will give you a list of names from everyone who came, I sent out thank you emails to everyone. Also another good thing to do is have a drawing at your table, have people write down their emails, addresses, date, etc. you can give out several small coupons that almost guarantees you an order if they like your work! Honestly, I would think a Wedding Fair for same sex couples will guarantee more bookings then a regular Bridal Show due to the fact that the laws have been amended for same sex couples.
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