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I Do Bridal Show Offers Some Bling n' Blue

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Brides have a lot of decisions to make before their big day.

From the dress to the venue, even what shoes to wear...

For those planning their big day, the "I Do Bridal Show" gives brides-to-be the opportunity to do just that.

Hundreds of people gather at the Bismarck Civic Center to check out photographers, sample cakes, and watch their favorite dress sashay down the runway.

But even after they say yes to the dress, there are other things to consider.

For brides looking to add a little extra "bling" to their big day, Something Bling n' Blue is here to help.

"Well first we figure out, do you want a high shoe? Do you want a low show? What kind of wedding do you have? We figure out do you want a color? Do you want bling? Do you want a little bling? Do you want a lot of bling? We fit it to your personality. So, each show is individual to you," says Crystal Schmitcke.

Schmitcke says she has already blinged out more than 40 pairs of shoes.

facebook.com/somethingblingnblue

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For more information you can find them on Facebook or give them a call.

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