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The Bridal Party's In-Store Event w/ Macy's

Yesterday afternoon, The Bridal Party and Macy's teamed up to throw a Quinceañera Planning Party!  Some may not have known The Bridal Party does more than just weddings, but in this day and age since planning coming-of-age events are very much like planning weddings, of course we do!  After all, Quinceañeras (coming of age ceremonies/events held on a girl's fifteenth birthday) and Sweet Sixteens take as much time, organization and planning as weddings in so many ways, and we had a blast!

We partnered with floral artisans A Touch of Elegance in addition to our favorite linen companies and of course Macy's, to create four tablescapes for Quinceañeras and Sweet Sixteens which we set-up in the Juniors section of the store at Willowbrook Mall in Wayne, New Jersey.  The themes we designed were "Cinderella/Fairy Tale," "Easy, Breezy, Beautiful...Cover Girl," "Princess and the Pea" and "Marie-Antoinette."  Everyone LOVED our displays, in addition to the fashion show, music and celebration of Latin culture.

In case you missed it, here are snapshots from the event:

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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY


Anonymous said… wonderful is this!! The concept alone was novel. It's very hard to pull together an animal print motif without "cheesy" results...however you pulled this look of effortlessly!! Kudos to you...wishing you much success.

Marzell, NJ
J. Preston said…
Wow!!!! How beautiful! Im not someone who is really into this type of thing... especially the planning of it but I can absolutely appreciate the results and this is top notch!! Very nice... exquisite even!!!
Dana said…
FABULOUS! Very creative. Would you consider doing something similar next year at more locations?
You could be on to something. :)
chadp23 said…
I am so Godly prod of you Rashana.

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