Wedding show connects couples with floral designers and photographers
on Tuesday,August 10,2010 01:08
Weddings often require the creative stylings of fashion designers, florists and photographers. These artists often use their talents collaboratively to create an event that meets the bride's and groom's expectations for the perfect ceremony. In order to help engaged couples in Southwest Florida find the professionals that can help them with each aspect of wedding planning, Studio Six Eleven and Goodwill industries are hosting the Lemonade Wedding Bridal Social at the Hotel Indigo in Fort Myers.
The wedding show will feature wedding vendors including Black Tie Tuxedos, Connie Duglin Specialty Linens and Chair Cover Rental, Duquette Photography, Frey Valet, Kakes by Karen, Model T Chauffeur Services and Pattys Flower Shop, as well as many others.
Admission to the Lemonade Wedding Bridal Social will be $3 and all proceeds will benefit the Southwest Florida Goodwill Foundation, which provides long-term funding for Goodwill's programs and services in the area.
The winners of the Lemonade Wedding giveaway will be announced at the Bridal Social. The chosen couple will be selected from more than 50 entries to receive an all-expense paid wedding and reception.
"We came up with the concept of the Lemonade Wedding by experiencing the struggles of starting a new business in this tough economy," said Rachael Schoof, design consultant at Studio Six Eleven.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, floral arrangers, photographers and fashion designers may benefit from attending a post-secondary art school program.
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