A fun-filled day was experienced by brides-to-be, along with their moms, best friends, maids of honor, and future grooms, at the Main Line Bridal Event this past Saturday, March 7, 2020. Upon entering the stunning Garden Room at The Radnor Hotel, guests were welcomed by delicious wedding cake samples, sounds of acoustic guitar by Tim Weaver, and Williams Sonoma’s registry services. Throughout the event, guests enjoyed beautiful displays in the Grand Terrace Ballroom and helpful wedding-planning tips from local Main Line and Philadelphia area experts, who showcased invitations, florals, photography & photo booths, transportation, entertainment, and so much more!
Brides learned about a unique Color Bar experience from Kendra Scott, where they are able to create their own custom pieces for their big day. With an incredible selection of fine jewelry styles, Kendra Scott also makes perfect gifts for the bridal party!
In addition to cake tastings with local bakers, The Master’s Baker and Bredenbeck’s Bakery, guests savored tempting hors d’oeuvres and a cascading Chocolate Fountain, compliments of The Radnor Hotel, as well as a delightful Prosecco featured at the Fizzy Wheels tap trailer.
A strolling fashion show of gorgeous gowns from La Bella Moda and striking tuxedos from Sagets Formal Wear gave all the inspiration needed for wedding day attire. Schaffer Sound DJs entertained the onlookers while models posed in front of a fun and festive backdrop by Balloons Make Me Happy.
Many guests were challenged to a thrilling 10-minute escape game provided by Xscape The Room, which also offered brides and grooms a fun escape from any wedding worries!
Wonderful door prizes were raffled off, and one lucky couple won the Grand Prize Romantic 3-Night Getaway to the all-inclusive Moon Palace in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, courtesy of First Class Travel.
The Main Line Bridal Event was a day well spent, full of helpful information from amazing wedding experts that were on hand to assist in making everyone’s wedding day dreams a reality!
Photo Credit: Rebecca Barger Photography