Signature Events

Let's Celebrate Baltimore Bride!

Thursday, March 1, 2018 at The Winslow
Signature Events

Let's Celebrate Baltimore Bride!

Thursday, March 1, 2018 at The Winslow

On March 1, more than 100 local wedding industry vendors gathered together at The Winslow – a venue so new its doors haven’t officially opened to the public yet – to toast the 2018 issue of Baltimore Bride magazine. Elizabeth Bailey Weddings & Events led the charge with transforming the urban downtown-chic venue space into a springtime wonderland, overflowing with florals, greenery, and frivolity befitting a festive garden party. To help realize the vision was an incredible team of partners all of whom waved their own magic on the space: Ann’s Garden provided floral décor including stems for each guest to take home. EventPro lit up the room (literally!) and produced an incredible suspended table from rafters. Linwoods provided all the tasty treats including edible flowers sprinkled on a selection of passed hors d’oeuvres while Deep Eddy Vodka shook up the bar with spirited specialty cocktails such as “Marry Me Moscow Mules” and a “Pucker Up!” refreshing lemon, cucumber concoction.  White Glove Rentals outfitted the room with luxurious lounge furniture and Table Toppers decorated each surface with custom print floral linens. Party tunes by DJ Carl of Classic Collective DJs kept the room on their feet and having fun all evening long, while other guests snapped some memories at Pixilated’s new sleek Pixi Booth. While the celebration was to thank all the editorial contributors, photographers, advertisers, and featured Local Love couples who helped make the issue possible, exciting news was shared. Editor Janelle Diamond and Art Director Staci Lanham were elated to announce the launch of Baltimore Weddings. Debuting in 2019, Baltimore Weddings is a complete rebrand of the Baltimore Bride publication to reflect the changing faces of our couples. We’ll have more to share in the coming months.

 

Photos by Ashley Michelle Photography



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