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Look toward the bottom of this thread and there are links to some other discussions on this topic. You can read them for ideas and on each one of those discussions should be more links to other discussions
I send out this letter with instructions on it for everyone. I go ahead and set up the registry for the bride with the well-stocked kitchen items checked, and then give her directions to my website, etc. so she can change it or add to it.
At the show do something simple like a trifle and talk just a little bit because it is all about her. I also like to do the 1950's bride vs. now. It usually gets a lot of laughs. Typically, I give the guests numbered cards with the 1950s version written on it. They read it out loud and then I will read the now version. Also, on here I saw where someone asks the guests to tell the bride what the first thing they cooked for their husband was and how it turned out. I am going to be adding that to my future bridal shows.
Most of all, relax and have fun. Bridal shows are fun and can be very beneficial for the bride and you. I have attached both of those things I told you about.