Signature Events

Aisle Style Wedding Event & Fashion Show

Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
Signature Events

Aisle Style Wedding Event & Fashion Show

Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

On April 6, the beautiful pages of Baltimore Bride came to life at the magazine's annual Aisle Style Wedding Event and Fashion Show as guests enjoyed venue vignettes, delicious desserts, and invitations galore from more than 80 local vendors in every aspect of the bridal industry. 

The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore offered an atmosphere of romance and celebration with lovely harbor views and festive cocktails at its specialty bar. From the harpist to the runway DJ, Entertainment Exchange kept the party lively with an array of musical groups perfect for a ceremony, reception, or wedding after party. 

As guests explored the expansive event space, they enjoyed Le Grand Courtâge sparking wines from Lanterna Distributors and craft whiskey cocktails from Woodford Reserve, as well as sweet treats from SugarBakers Cakes and other bites provided by venues and caterers. An exclusive VIP lounge offered a calming retreat on the Spa floor along with Wit & Wisdom's groom's lounge, which featured upscale bites and cocktails for every member of the bridal party. 

The evening culminated with an incredible fashion show produced by STEPHANIE BRADSHAW and Revolution Event Design and Production with styles for both men and women. The runway featured looks from Edel's Bridal BoutiqueGamberdella Salon for BridesHitched Bridal CoutureChristopher Schafer ClothierThe QG, and Tuxedo House with unique florals by Radebaugh Florist & Greenhouses. The ladies sparkled in fine jewelry provided by Radcliffe Jewelers, and turned heads with upscale hair done by Sima's Salon and Spa and makeup by MAC Cosmetics.

Photography by tPoz Photography

Videography by Kara Daly



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