SAVE THE DATE:
The wedding mavens of Wedding Row in Clinton are joining forces with the interior design experts of Venetucci Home in Westbrook, to create an evening of inspiration for those interested in wedding, fashion or home décor.
On October 27th from 6-9pm, Venetucci Home will be hosting a cocktail party along with the members of Wedding Row. The event will showcase vignettes of furniture that will be staged as inspiration for your wedding, home or lifestyle.
We will be using different furniture and interior vignettes designed by Venetucci Home to set the inspiration for a wedding, your home or lifestyle. Each vignette will have a mood board designed by Sarah True of True Event and include such elements as a wedding gown, a bouquet of flowers, stationary pieces, and even a wedding cake—all that incorporate the feel of the vignette.
Our goal is to show that design inspiration can come from anywhere. Even with our wedding focus, guests will garner inspiration that they can apply to their homes and lifestyle. It will be a night for anyone interested in fashion and interior design.
To rsvp to the October 27th event, contact True Event at Becca@trueevent.com.
What is Wedding Row?
The better question is - what isn't it? Imagine a group of uber talented wedding gurus in one absolutely adorable location all at your wedding planning disposal and you have Wedding Row. Believe it.
Need a wedding dress? There is no better place then the charming White Dress by the Shore. What about (cough, cough) the undergarments? Have no fear - Beneath the Gown will make you actually want to mention your unmentionables. Of course, you have to look the part too - and the Jennie Fresa Beauty Library will make you look red carpet (or white aisle) ready . Walk two steps and the wedding planning gurus of TRUE Event are there to make your wedding visions a reality. Last but certainly not least, Stonington Design + Paperie will give your wedding a brand of its own through personal invitation suites. Almost too good to be true, thankfully it that's not the case.