Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Does the Governor’s restrictions/orders allow the Show to take place in person?
Yes. There are blanket provisions in the July 1, 2020 original order (the same one being extended) that allows conventions/shows to occur under safety pre-cautions/guidance. There are no new restrictions or roll-backs of that order since the original order. Our facility partners are currently operating under these new safety precautions and events are now being held at the facilities.

What are the precautions for the coronavirus/COVID-19 for the Georgia Bridal Shows? (Note: Subject to change)
-While face masks and coverings are not required, we do highly recommend exhibitors and attendees wear one unless there is a medical reason for attendee or exhibitor to not
-Temperature checks upon entry
-First-class sanitary and disinfectant procedures
-Increased facility sanitizing stations throughout the venue
-Increased facility cleaning and disinfecting in the restrooms
-Doors to workshops will be propped open to avoid handling door handles
-Re-configuring all queues so that patrons must adhere to Social Distancing while waiting, which will include floor markings;
-We will be keeping online registrations open throughout the show allowing attendees to purchase online to avoid lines at registration.
-We are asking our exhibitors to go contact-less as much as possible when handling customer purchases.
-We are reworking our exhibit hall layout to allow plenty of space per company.