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C&B PhotographyGood Time Entertainment has an exclusive offer for customers to todays bride. We will be the host for the upcoming bridal event on Sunday, September 11th at the Bakersfield Marriott.

This event will feature the top wedding professionals in Bakersfield. From award winning photographers to top chefs. There will be every service represented at this intimate event.

Our fashion show will feature some of the top trending wedding gowns & tuxedos for 2017 as well as showcase some of the new flower arrangements being used next year. There is a limited number of VIP tickets still available as of this email, but they do sell out fast. To reserve your seats follow this link to the Kern County Bridal Association website

Our Exclusive Offer for you is 50% off any tickets now through Sunday. Please use the code: davids

And thank you from Kyle at Good Time Entertainment.
Tickets Prices

Ticket-Button-300x141$15 General Admission (limited to 375)
$25 VIP (limited to 100) (almost half sold)
$45 Front Row VIP (limited to 25) (almost sold-out)
This Bridal Event is a special one as we honor our Military & First Responders. We at Good Time Entertainment would like to thank you for your service to our country and community and provide you with complimentary tickets to this event . Please call our office for complete details or visit our website Details on our website

GC PhotographyFirst Responders are Active Duty Police, Fire, Sheriff, CHP, Ambulance and of course all active and veteran military will be provided with tickets as well.
Thank you, Tina Goforth of GC-Goforth Photography for the wonderful photo.

Kyle Brown will be our host for this special event. Kyle will be taking questions from the brides and grooms and provide some great advice to help you have the wedding of your dreams.

Good Time Entertainment is a very exclusive entertainment service only taking a handful of clients per year and has agreed to open his books for a select few new brides in 2017 as well as a couple of dates this year.

Kyle Brown is Kern Counties Top Wedding Entertainment Designer and will be on hand to answer questions about current wedding trends


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Even if a few of these games sound a little cliché, they’re actually surprisingly fun with a group! Below, everything you’ll need to know to prep and play.
Of course it’s not required that you play games at the bridal shower, but consider this: You’re going to have an all-ages group who’s probably never met one another before the party, so we suggest you mix in a few of these classicbridal shower games to break the ice.

The Game: Bridal Shower Bingo

The Gist: It’s Bingo with wedding-themed pieces.
What to Prep: Create bingo cards, but replace the word BINGO with the word BRIDE along the top margin. Instead of numbers, list facts relevant to the to-be-weds inside each square. For example, one might be the name of the city where the couple is getting married or the place they got engaged.
How to Play: Follow traditional bingo rules: The first guest to mark off a line horizontally, vertically or diagonally wins a prize.

The Game: Purse Raid

The Gist: It’s like a scavenger hunt using each guest’s purse or bag.
What to Prep: Before the shower, create a list of standard items you might have in your purse—start with the basics (lip gloss, credit cards, keys) and work your way up to more random or risqué objects (condoms, dog treats). You’ll also need to buy a few little gifts to be given out as prizes to the guests that win. Prizes could be anything from candy to coffee shop gift cards!
How to Play: The host calls out the items on the list and the first guest to pull the object from their purse wins a prize.

The Game: Wedding Jeopardy

The Gist: Guests choose one of the wedding-related categories and then have to answer a question to win points.
What to Prep: Create a chart by labeling pieces of paper with the bride-to-be’s name written across the top margin and then several categories down the left side (flowers, cities, restaurants, movies, colors). Come up with difficult questions that pertain to each category. For example, “What flower has to be flown in from Holland in the off-season?” (The answer is the peony!). Finally, you’ll need to set out pens and note cards for each guest to use. If you want to give out a prize to the winner, buy that as well.
How to Play: Give each person a turn to pick a category. When a category is called, read out the question. Each guest then has two minutes to come up with the answer and write it down on her note card. When time is called, everyone has to put their pens down and show their answers. Give one point for every right answer, and the person at the end with the most correct answers is the winner!

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