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Photos: The 2013 Lovesick Expo at World Cafe Live

This past Sunday, January 13, 2013, Philly welcomed back the Lovesick Expo for its third year of defying the wedding mainstream at World Cafe Live. Vendors on-site for the event included Little Baby's Ice Cream, Sugartown Industries, Birchtree Catering, Bettie Page Clothing, and dozens more!

Photos: The 2013 Lovesick Expo at World Cafe Live

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Philly welcomed back the Lovesick Expo for its third year on Sunday, for the annual event which looks to defy the mainstream wedding industry. Held at World Cafe Live, the event featured on-site vendors including local businesses like Little Baby's Ice Cream, Sugartown Industries, Birchtree Catering, Bettie Page Clothing, and dozens more!

The Lovesick Expo features an elite array of local talent, unique wedding ideas, hand-crafted and eco-friendly goods, all appealing to indie-minded couples. This allows soon-to-be-weds to experience the full-spectrum of options available to them, especially those beyond the expected. Unlike traditional expos, Lovesick is proud to be an earth-friendly, guy-friendly, and same-sex-couple-friendly event! Lovesick focuses on the couple looking for something different as they head down the aisle. And that might mean there is no aisle.

Founded by Tom Wright and Jon Holmes, Lovesick also showcases on‐site beauty and fashion makeovers, neo-burlesque performances, amazing live music, incredible giveaways, and a cash bar for those of legal drinking age. Also held in NYC and Boston, each city's expo is different, but all are a blast!

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