If you love the Hamptons, you may want to check out The Wedding Affair event that WellWed Magazine is hosting at Oheka Castle in Huntington NY on Feb 21. I’ve got 4 pairs of tickets to give away, so leave a comment below if you’re interested!
Unveiling the Hamptons Finest
Unlike your typical “expo style” bridal events, The New York Wedding Affair – Unveiling The Hamptons Finest – provides you with an intimate & lavish setting in which to meet The Hamptons’ most celebrated & sought after wedding professionals.
WellWed in The Hamptons – The Hampton”s Boutique Wedding Magazine – cordially invites you to attend its signature Hamptons bridal event, the 2009 Hamptons Wedding Affair – Unveiling The Hamptons Finest. The hint of winter in New York provides an icy theme for decor with innovative floral & tabletop designs…ice sculptures pouring peppermint martinis…and a dazzling runway of couture.
This one-of-a-kind bridal event is dedicated to catering to local & destination couples that want to experience the BEST The Hamptons has to offer. From planning seminars & decor workshops to makeovers & manicures, The Hamptons Wedding Affair will introduce you to the products, people & places that create The Hamptons most talked about events.
[image from The Wedding Affair]
Here are some fun things happening you should definitely know about!
Jessica Rust Designs is giving 10% off your purchase now through 2/5. Use code p10pound
20% off any 1 MOO product through 1/31 with code JXQWHS [thats tomorrow so hurry!]
Tickets are now available for NY Magazine’s Wedding Event on April 1st. Get them here.
Temperley London is having a sample sale starting today through Sunday! 453 Broome St. 2nd Fl. 212-219-2929 for more info.
This looks like its going to be a good one…theres going to be an excellent panel discussion, fashion show, Q&A, and cocktails! Sign up quick because space is limited.
The New York Wedding Workshop
“How To” Series
“How to Hire a Photographer and Videographer”
Saturday, January 31, 2009
10 AM to 12:30 PM
454 Columbus Ave at 82nd Street
*please note that this is a change in venue from previous announcements
Course description: Are you overwhelmed by the sheer number of wedding photographers and videographers in New York? Are you wondering how to tell one from the other without calling and meeting each one? Who is right for your wedding and what should you be looking for? Join us for a step-by-step seminar that will take you through the research and selection process for two of the most important vendors you will hire for your wedding day. Learn about film vs. digital, black and white vs. color, flash vs. natural light, candid vs. photojournalistic, discs vs. prints and all the other “buzz words” you are flooded with as you pour over photo and video websites. Also, get tips on negotiating contracts specifically with photographers and videographers to get the best value and to actually walk away with the images you want. This course is well-suited for novice planners as well as brides and grooms. Light breakfast will be served.
Gifts and goodies at every event!
Visit www.nyweddingworkshop.com for tickets and more details.
Enter code WED03 to purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $30!
Featuring wedding photography expert Lily Kesselman
This weekend Anne and I hit the Wedding Party event at the Palace Hotel, sponsored by the Wedding Library and Elegant Bride magazine. It was a great chance to catch up with all my favorite vendors, and discover a couple of new ones at the same time. Above are some dresses from Lela Rose’s Amsale‘s new bridesmaids line.
These dresses were a sight to see! Designed by British designer Sam Walls Beasley of Samuelle [who is now located in Brooklyn!!], each dress is completely couture…she will work with you from the very beginning to design a gorgeous, custom made wedding dress that no one else will have!
Invitations above by Paper+Cup Designs…I always love seeing them in person and getting to get a real sense of all the special little details that go into each one. Below is Mr. Boddington‘s maypole of gorgeousness.
[images by Brooklyn Bride]