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Milwaukee’s Magnificent Bride

Milwaukee’s Magnificent Bride is a premier bridal show featuring Milwaukee’s top wedding vendors, artfully curated by The Blooming Quill, Dynamic Events by David Caruso and Stone Manor Bridal at The Pfister Hotel. I was incredibly honored to participate in this year’s event with many other talented wedding artisans. Enjoy a few highlights below.

David Carusio hosted a workshop to educate and inspire the attendees. Several vendors collaborated to stage beautiful  designs with a Mi Amore theme. Dahlia Blooms (blues), Bank of Flowers (yellows), The Red Petal (red), and Belle Fiori (orange) hosted the tables with beautiful florals.

This event wasn’t just for the brides; grooms-to-be were transformed into GQ cover models by NL Suits. Milwaukee’s premier bridal salons Miss Ruby, White Dress Bridal Boutique, and Stone Manor Bridal showcased gowns so gorgeous I had thoughts of redoing my wedding. David Caruso and team were ready to help couples plan their dream weddings.

Delicious desserts were provided by several vendors, including (in order) The Cake Lady, The Gingerbread House, Rocket Baby Bakery, Sweet Tooth.

My friends at Sweet Pea Cinema were in attendance, showcasing their breathtaking videos, while Double Platinum and Sound by Design had their entertainment options on display.

Catering, beverages, rentals and venues showcased the best of Milwaukee. A few favorites (in order of appearance below) include Hospitality Democracy (bring on the donuts!), Marcus Hotels and Resort, Canopies Events With Distinction, Gracious Catering & Event Design, Bartenders on the Go with a custom ice sculpture by Art Below Zero, Sprecher Brewing Co., and The Ivy House (where I cannot wait to photograph later this month!).

Besides the amazing collaborative tables, these Milwaukee Florists impressed with beautiful booths. In order of appearance below: Bank of Flowers, Belle Fiori, Dahlia Blooms, and The Red Petal.


Beautiful paper goods were showcased (in order of appearance below) by The Blooming Quill, Coqui PaperiePaperwhites, Paper Envy, and more.

The show also featured the amazing Veil Magazine (seriously, go buy a copy!), champagne and keys to the grand prize boxes featuring prizes from David Liska Custom Jeweler and Harleys: A Modern Man Store.

Last, but not least, here’s our booth at the show. Big props to my mom who learned how to make paper elephants, and even taught me, so I could have them on display.

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