Bride Alive Review

Alive Bride presented by Alive Magazine was a fun night of social buzz and a lot of Radiant Orchid – the Pantone color of the year!   It was a great experience and well organized.  There were probably about 35-40 vendors and the space was packed.  The thing about bridal shows is that you can always learn something or meet somebody new.

A new comer to the bridal scene is a company called Sparked Media Collective.  They are storybook videographers that have some amazing packages. Ces and Judy’s, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Local Harvest Catering, and Gregory’s Creative Cuisine all had some terrific food tastings.  Another favorite of mine was Pink Picker Party that creates some beautiful custom, handmade décor items.  And then The Hive from Alton, another great find, had a wonderful display of gourmet popcorn and candy.  These new vendors have all been added to our web site and you can find them at www.BrideStLouis.com/listings.  Another vendor that was there was the Moonrise Hotel and I hope to visit with them soon and do a full review of their venue for you.

The only complaint that I had, and others had as well, is that the DJ was way too loud.  No one could talk over them.  That seems to be a problem at many bridal shows, and I seriously wish that show organizers would address that issue.  It makes it extremely difficult to carry on conversations and make connections.

But other than that – it was a great event.

Alive Bride January 16 2014

Alive Bride January 16 2014

 

Moonrise Hotel

Moonrise Hotel

 

Handpainted Dinnerware from Pink Picker Party

Handpainted Dinnerware from Pink Picker Party

Sparked Media Collective

Sparked Media Collective

The Hive

The Hive

 

 

(Brides don’t forget to register for BrideStLouis’ show “Engaged! For Sweethearts”, February 16, 2014 – find more information on our home page.)

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