Get the Inside Scoop
By Miah Murphy
Posted: Tuesday, May. 27, 2014
Before editing Carolina Bride
, Cristina Wilson was the editor of SouthPark Magazine
and University City Magazine
. You can reach Cristina here
. Photo by Critsey Rowe Photography
When it comes to planning your wedding, there is a lot for you and your groom to get excited about: decor, venue, entertainment, cake
There are a lot of things to take care of! At times, it can be a bit overwhelming, but it doesnt have to be. On June 3, Charlotte Wedding Insider is hosting a unique bridal panel aimed at providing soon-to-be brides and grooms with the tools they need to make the wedding process less of a stressful one and more of one to enjoy exploring.
The panel is formatted in contrast to your typical bridal show; its set up as a show-and-tell of wedding trends. Professionals in various areas will give guests a closer look into catering, decor, photography, gown selection, DJs, lounge furniture, registries, etc., with no sales pressure. While there will be time allotted for questions on the floor after each brief presentation, there will be plenty of time for you to approach your favorite vendors and have your questions answered in more detail and--if you're inclined--get information and business cards from those vendors.
Cocktails & Conversations will take place on June 3rd, 2014 at Charlotte City Club, and guests are asked to arrive between 6:30 and 7 p.m. Charlotte Wedding Insider invites you to attend and use them as a resource when it comes to making the biggest (and smallest) decisions for your biggest day! For more details and to purchase tickets, visit Charlotte Wedding Insider. -Guest post by Miah Murphy
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