Two lawyers walked into a bridal fair...
While it may cause some cognitive dissonance at first, invite attorneys to participate in your bridal events.
Source: Brandeis C. Hall, RAB
Pre-nuptial agreements might be one obvious (and perhaps dubious) service they provide to couples, but it is also important for brides-to-be and their grooms to prepare their wills, possibly settle on custody agreements for children from previous relationships, protect business assets, etc.
Life is complicated today, and many couples may not consider their need for an attorney's services until it's inconvenient and a lot more expensive. What better way for your local legal community to communicate than face-to-face with your event's attendees?