David Tutera and Randy Fenoli to host the Windy City Wedding Show February 5 & 6, 2022

  • Amazing Fashion Show hosted each day by David Tutera and Randi FenoliFred Fox Studios

    Amazing Fashion Show hosted each day by David Tutera and Randi FenoliFred Fox Studios

Updated 1/4/2022 8:25 AM

Did you know that 19% of all wedding engagements happen in the month of December? 7% happen in January and 8% happen in February. Here are the most popular engagement dates.

1. Christmas Day (12/25)


2. Valentine's Day (2/14)

3. Christmas Eve (12/24)

4. New Year's Day (1/1)

5. New Year's Eve (12/31)

6. Day before Valentine's Day (2/13)

7. December 17th (Saturday before Christmas Eve)

8. December 10th (2 Saturdays before Christmas Eve)

9. December 23rd

10. Independence Day (7/4)

The Windy City Wedding Show is the largest and most experiential wedding experience in Chicago happening February 5th & 6th, 2022 at the Loews Hotel in Rosemont.

Say Yes To The Dress Television host Randy Fenoli as well as Television Host and celebrity wedding planner David Tutera are flying in to host the show. David will host on Saturday and Randy will host on Sunday.

There is also an amazing 2-day long designer wedding dress sale happening during the show. Wedding gown designers Matthew Christopher and William Van Der Velde will be conducting the sale and will both be on property to assist brides in finding the perfect wedding gown. Gowns will be offered at never seen before pricing.

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Designer fashion shows happen each day for attendees to see the latest dresses and formalwear. Over 100 different vendors at the show to assist wedding couples with their wedding day planning. There are also seminars and workshops each day to assist wedding couples with their planning.

All attendees are invited to the "Engagement Party" Saturday evening.

You can learn more about this event at www.WindyCityWeddingShow.com

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