Depends. I have had both good and bad experiences. One I went to in the spring, I ended up with 2 weddings out of it and some other orders. So that worked out great! They are doing another one in October that I am going to. I think what makes it so successful in the other vendors that are there. This is sort of a tasting of different foods and alcohol. Plus they have a band. You are always going to get the people that are going to say, "I am going to definitly call you" and never do. I would take a look at the specifics of the event and ask them how many people they expect. I would love to go to a Bridal Show but around here they are $400-$500 just to set up a table and I can't afford that right now. I always say, that it doesn't hurt to try it. One event I did, I didn't think that I was going to do well at all because it was a fundraiser for the local Mom's Club. Well I did great and got a lot of orders from it. Whatever I have leftover, I always donate to the Fire Dept, Police Dept, Hospital, etc. It gets my name out there and also is a tax write off.