Surrounded by the elegantly classic New York ambiance, some of the best in the wedding industry had an opportunity to sip sparkling Rose and network with each other and The Wedding Salon. Having an opportunity to sit down with a few of our vendors, The Wedding Salon is thrilled to introduce you to those who are making their mark in the industry.
Supplying brides-to-be with exquisite costume and fine jewelry pieces since their launch in 2006, Thomas Laine aims to create beautiful quality pieces at affordable prices. “Our contemporary style effortlessly ties together opposing jewelry tastes like our diamond earrings and statement cuff,” said founder Eimear Thomas. Priced at $200-$500, their bold accessories will add a touch of luxury to your ensemble.
Les Cinq Amandes
Referred to as “the couture of favors,” by founder, Lina Ariss-Abdo is driven by life experiences and a love for confectionery. “Our hand-made custom top of the line favors are easily customisized to your preference and style,” said Ariss-Abdo. With six signature favors and nine specialty treats (almonds, chocolates, hazelnuts, pistachios, and seasonal items) they are able to create a unique creation for your wedding guests.
Susan Silverman Quigley, Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
If you’ve ever had trouble focusing on the big picture, Susan Silverman Quigley, Certified Financial Planner (CFP), can help you and your fiancé sort through wedding budgets, pre-nups, life insurance, money-merging, etc. “I serve as an unbiased third party mediator that marries the money, “ said Quigley. Feeling ok about your wedding finances? Give it to a family member or friend as an engagement gift.
Home to a 2,500 square foot Manhattan penthouse, CEO Kim Loan and her team provide your bridal party with studio event rental services that aims to enhance your evening. “Our pre-wedding packages are able to be stylized to your theme and provides your guests with a memorable experience,” said Loan. Specializing in services like videography, photography, and image counseling, Image Powerhouse promises a night of fun and glamour, no matter your theme.
If you imagine your caterer using quality ingredients and preparing delicious food made from scratch, contact Elizabeth Kalin, CEO of Betty Brooklyn. Committed to your needs and satisfying your guests’ distinctive pallets, Kalin and her skilled chefs will help your personalize your menu. “We specialize in do-it-yourself full service catering that has a homemade look. I love working with couples that have two different styles, it helps influence their menu,” said Kalin.
The theme of fall 2012 weddings, customize everything. This is just a taste of what to expect from our July 23 New York show!