This is one of my favorite events of the year. I wouldn’t miss it!
CS Brides’ Afternoon of Bridal Luxury
Oak Street and Michigan Ave.
For a day of shopping with a heart, please join CS Brides for the Afternoon of Bridal Luxury, the second-annual charitable wedding walk sponsored by the Oak Street Council and Chicago Social Brides. Shop to the sounds of Michael Lerich Productions as you feast your senses on couture gowns, breathtaking jewels, haute cuisine by Greg Christian Catering, delectable cakes and exquisite florals provided by Ronsley Special Events.
Brides will receive a luxury tote bag filled with extraordinary gifts from Oak Street’s most exclusive bridal destinations. The walk begins at The Private Dining Rooms at Spiaggia. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association.
To purchase tickets, click here. RSVP required.
It was the death of Polyester White.
Hurrah! Let’s be honest ladies, most girls do not look good in white. Besides, more luxurious fabrics, like silk and satin, don’t come in that retched bright “polyester” white.
What do you think? Is anyone else glad to see an end of an era?
Last week, I went to an event at the Chicago History Museum with a client, A, and her Maid of Honor, J. The event was co-hosted by Chicago Social Brides. One of my favorite museums in Chicago, I absolutely love this venue for a wedding.
While I forgot my camera, I did snap a few shots from my trusty Treo.
A Perfect Event, one of the premiere event design companies in Chicago, designed this table set-up. They incorporated bold black and white with light greens and silver. If I hadn’t seen it in person, I wouldn’t have thought that I would enjoy it so much!
The flowers from Botanicals blew me away. Fuchsia, Black , and White. What is not to love? I love the powerfulness of the décor. It was absolutely beautiful…. And something that I thought that would look great with my future weddings plans, as long as they were tweaked.
Crazy bride that I am, I decided to change elements of my event design weeks before my wedding. I may live to regret this…but right now, I’m enjoying living on the edge.