TEMPLE (July 28, 2013) -- When it's time to pop the question, saying yes provides a big relief for the one who asks for marriage. But what about the decisions that follow?
Wedding planning can be frustrating for those who don't have time or resources to make the right decisions.
The Temple Daily Telegram held their annual Bridal Extravaganza for couples with questions.
Over 55 vendors where on hand with cakes, bridal gowns, flower arrangements, honeymoon destinations and more.
Whitney Prince and Justin Sorrells came to see if the event could ease some of their stress. Whitney's favorite part was the cake tasting.
"I don't know if he would agree, but I thought it was helpful to bring my fiancee just so he could try everything too and make sure that I wasn't pushing anything he didn't agree with."
The day also included workout demonstrations, Zumba and a bridal show. Whitney and Justin plan on getting married on New Year's Eve.
She felt the event was worth the trip.
"Especially if you are new to the area or if you live here but just don't know what all of the vendor options are," said Whitney.
"It was definitely good for that cause it is not just one person that does just one thing. Ten people who all do the same thing so you can just kind of talk about pricing, what options they offer, so it is a good kind of comparison shop too."
A new item featured at the event was called Tap Snap.
Wedding guests can take photos from a kiosk and instantly upload them to Facebook.