Nancy Muller explained what Sweetheart Cupcakes can offer and gave samples of the homemade cupcakes to anyone interested.
“We do all kinds of events, (like) weddings, showers, and office parties,” Muller said. “We’ve done as many as 1,300 people. We have over 70 flavors. We can customize the cupcakes to fit their theme and everything is made from scratch.”
While the business specializes in cupcakes, it also offers cookies, coffee, and hand-dipped ice cream.
For more information, call 203-5951, visit the website at www.mysweetheartcupcakes.com, or search Facebook for Sweetheart Cupcakes.
JoAnn Masterson from The Porch, 2411 E. Main St., Danville, had examples of place settings at her booth.
She said The Porch typically focuses on smaller events like bridal showers and other private parties.
“We offer lunch Tuesday through Saturday ... soup, salad, sandwiches are our menu,” Masterson said. “We’re here because we’re trying to (do) private parties and small get-togethers, less than 40 people. We have a $200 minimum booking fee.”
She said The Porch offers both served and buffet styles for more low-budget, but high quality, catering options.
Masterson said all menu items are prepared in a health conscious, homemade manner using all-natural and organic ingredients.
For more information, call 745-5792, visit the website at www.theporchindanville.com, or search on Facebook for www.facebook.com/ThePorchInDanville.
The expo also featured door prizes from each of the vendors worth at least $25 and the first 100 brides through the door received a free wedding planner.
Among the highlights each year is a strolling fashion show, giving brides and grooms a look at the latest styles.
New this year was a giveaway for an overnight stay and dinner in downtown Indianapolis, as well as a harpist greeting people as they entered the expo.