Baltimore Bride magazine's 2018 Aisle Style Wedding Event and Fashion Show

Monday, January 22, 2018 at The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

Baltimore Bride magazine's 2018 Aisle Style Wedding Event and Fashion Show

Monday, January 22, 2018 at The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

On January 22, Baltimore Bride magazine hosted its annual Aisle Style Wedding Event and Fashion Show gathering more than 200 engaged couples and 90 local wedding vendors at The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore for an evening filled with love and celebration.

Guests enjoyed interacting with the diverse group of vendors that captured every aspect of wedding planning: venues, caterers, stationery, photography, bridal party fashion, jewelry, cakes, and more! The Four Seasons played it extra cool this year with an appropriately winter-themed ice bar complete with festive blue cocktails. Additional libations were provided by Freixenet, whose sleek white sparkling wine bar perfectly complimented the sequined décor in the Revolution Event Design + Production specialty lounge. Attendees snapped unforgettable memories at the University of Maryland Facial Plastic Surgery & Medi Spa photo booth provided by Pixilated and tasted delicious desserts from SugarBakers Cakes.

For the third year in a row, Baltimore Bride teamed up with STEPHANIE BRADSHAW and Revolution Event Design + Production to produce a fantastic runway show featuring the newest looks for the bride and groom. Entertainment Exchange opened the show with live music from Keynote and provided party beats for the models who showcased menswear from Tuxedo House and Christopher Schafer and bridal gowns from Hitched Bridal Couture and Modern Trousseau. The ladies looked extra polished thanks to hair styling by About Faces Day Spa & Salon and makeup by Elite Secrets Bridal. My Flower Box Events wowed the audience with intricate flower panels that lined Revolution’s runway—and provided delicate bouquet arrangements for the models. 

Photography by: tPoz Photography



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