Wedding-related businesses of all stripes were on show at the Northern Wedding Expo at Country Club Tasmania on Sunday, from flowers and photographers, to male strippers.
Launceston business Midnight Men opened about 12 months ago, said owner and head stripper Luke Flannery, to provide entertainment at hen nights, ladies' nights, and private functions.
"It's really good, really fun," he said. "Obviously hens' nights are a big part of the wedding, so we like to make sure that everybody's entertained."
"Our topless waiters will serve drinks and play a few games and get the girls feeling warmed up, and then someone like myself will come out and do a 35-minute strip performance.
"We keep it classy and pretty tame, I guess you could say - we don't like to see anybody uncomfortable."
Mr Flannery said his entry into the industry came from a love of dance that mainly manifested in clubbing, before he got into topless waiting, and went from there.
His advice to any men wanting to look sexy on the dancefloor is simple: confidence.
"Confidence is key, not being concerned about what anybody thinks," he said. "If you've got confidence in yourself then you're going to portray that."
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