Saturday, December 13
10 AM – 12:30 PM
The Yale Club of New York City
50 Vanderbilt Avenue at 44th Street
Whether your wedding budget is $25,000 or $500,000, this economic climate demands that you get the best value for your dollar. Learn expert planner Lindsay Landman’s tricks of the trade starting with making a realistic budget, deciphering vendor pricing and negotiating a favorable contract. This is a workshop for every bride on every budget as great value always translates to getting more of what you want. Walk away with specific vendor referrals and bridal shopping tips to save you serious cash. Light refreshments will be served.
BFF Bridal has a great event coming up in January for you New York brides…this time the focus is all about Honeymoons and Destination Weddings! Get more information and buy your tickets here. [EXCELLENT goody bags, btw]
Jumeirah Essex House
160 Central Park So.
CECI HOLIDAY SHOPPING PARTY
Experience an exclusive opportunity to shop the newly launched Ceci Stationery collections.
Featuring over 48 new designs!
The unique packaging, fresh designs and luxurious quality make the perfect holiday present… Each box is only $39.95
Bonus: Personalized hand calligraphed gift tags with every purchase!
Tuesday – December 9th
6:00pm – 9:00 pm
130 West 23rd Street
New York, New York 10011
Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone is welcome!
I might have to grab that Urban set at the top! Love the colors!
[images from Ceci]
Finally, my last event for this week! Last night it was the Wedding Salon event in conjunction with the Wedding Library held at the Prince George Ballroom. The venue was packed with vendors, from cakes to dresses, to bands and photographers…it was quite the collection, and all of top notch quality. And the gift bag…oh the giftbag….I have never walked away with a heavier bag in my life! I wish I could have stayed longer but I had tickets to see Katie Holmes in All My Sons [Broadway tickets makes EXCELLENT wedding gifts, by the way!] Anyone else find any goodies last night?
[images by Brooklyn Bride]
I wanted to share with you the latest collaboration of chewing the cud (Viola) and byrd + bleeker (Libby) in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Survivor SoireéBoth Libby and I wanted to find a way to help in the fundraising efforts to promote the advancement of breast cancer research. We have known and been touched by the courageous stories of these survivors, one of which is my mom. This inspiration gave birth to the concept of Survivor Soirée— a pink party to celebrate celebrate the vitality of the women who have survived breast cancer. The creative strength of both our companies resulted in these “New Beginnings” letterpress invitations (by chewing the cud) and the “Sweetness of Life” candy bar (by byrd + bleeker). I’ve attached a series of photos + taglines that highlight the details of our concept.We chose specifically to donate 10% of all proceeds to the Nellie B. Connally Breast Cancer Foundation at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center at Houston, where Libby calls home and where my dad is currently a patient. This project is near and dear to our hearts at many levels.
And through the month of October, mention Brooklyn Bride and get 20% off!
[images from Survivor Soiree]
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