Boutique Bridal Bazaar Cleveland

Thursday, January 10, 2013


Attention Northeast Ohio brides, friends of brides, family of brides, etc., oh so very soon you'll get the opportunity to attend a fresh concept bridal show put on by the ever creative gals behind the Something White Bridal Boutique.

The second annual Boutique Bridal Bazaar is taking over the SmARTSpace at 78th Street Studios on Sunday, January 20th from noon to 4pm and aims to provide a breath of fresh air for brides seeking to kick their wedding planning up a notch of creativity. 

Those in attendance should expect to taste culinary confections, shop for accessories at the new "Etsy-aisle" filled with local artisans and take a gander at the latest wedding dresses styles. 

Tickets are only $5 when purchased in advance online here and $10 at the door - for a full list of vendors, schedule, etc. head over to the Boutique Bridal Bazaar website for additional information.

Also, I have a couple of tickets to giveaway here on the plum!

To enter:
- Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite or least favorite wedding trend.
- Share this giveaway on twitter leaving me an additional comment telling me you did so.

You have until Tuesday, January 15th at 5pm to enter and I'll announce the winner the following day on the plum.

Good luck to all who enter! 

After having gone last year with MOB for her wedding planning and I'm going this year for Muffin and Ginenne's wedding planning I'm really looking forward to it, whether I'm a bride-to-be or not.

Happy Thursday, kids!

7 comments:

  1. i'm taking my best friend mackenzie to this! free tickets would be nice :)

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  2. I totally dislike the garter toss! Always have. Is that a "trend"? -skortyspice

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  3. Yea I'm going to this! My bff is getting married in Sept. and got us tickets!

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  4. Oooooh I'm already planning on going and would LOVE the tickets! My least favorite trend is the "I wove my own napkins from the hemp I grew organically" crowd. It's great to make your own stuff but they make it seem like they just whip these things up. And they likely don't have 200 people coming to the wedding either :) Also, my family would in no way be cool with a long table in the middle of a corn field for dinner either! ha ha

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  5. Tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/EatDrinkClev/status/289727783884701696

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  6. As a single person, I always dreaded a bouquet toss. Won't be part of my September wedding.

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