Monday, January 28, 2008

The Wedding Party

This past Saturday, I went to the Martha Stewart Weddings / The Wedding Library event with fellow bloggers Vané of Brooklyn Bride and Anne of Perfect Bound. It was so much fun to attend with other passionate brides! The event was really insightful with notable speakers Preston Bailey, Darcy Miller of MS Weddings (who is as cute as a button!), Reem Acra, and Mark Ingram, all of whom gave great advice from the many years of experience they've had in the wedding industry.

There were so many amazing vendors, all of which were delightfully wonderful and nice to speak with. Some of the highlights for me were Hatch Creative Studio, their floral installations are always a work of art, the table setting collaboration with Ceci New York and Stone Kelly was gorgeous, Alex Woo had a beautiful selection of jewelry (everything handmade in NYC), Jenny Ebert Photography, Ron-Ben Israel Cakes (had a wonderful little set up of cake tastings, yum!), and the ladies from Bubble and Lo who did a little makeup session on moi, with fake eyelashes! Overall, it was a fantastic event, I highly recommend any bride to be to attend these, you can't go wrong if MS Weddings is putting it on.

Thanks Vane and Anne for such a wonderful day!

(top two rows)
Hatch Creative Studio
(bottom row)
Ceci New York and Stone Kelly
{images from Thoughtful Day}


perfect bound said...

Such a pleasure to meet you! What a fun day.

perfect bound said...

So good to meet you Erica! The photos look fantastic.

Chere Amie said...

Oh, Jealous! But thanks for telling us all about it. {Almost} feels like we were there :)

ami @ elizabeth anne designs said...

so jealous that you guys got to go! great pics!

Anonymous said...

Hi Erica,

Thank you for all of your lovely comments about our event. It’s so great to be featured on your blog! I look forward to keeping up with your blog.

All the Best,

blue bird said...

We're so glad you liked our work. We love your blog too! Thanks for writing about us. Chirp, Chirp,
all the little birdies at Hatch.