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Bridal Fashion Show: "Evening of Bridal Luxury"

I wanted to get the word out about the Fashion Show  that "Houston Brides" magazine is hosting at my favorite venue "The Bell Tower on 34th."

I have heard great things about this show and have always wanted to attended, but always found out at the last minute and never went. I know I know (shaking head) I am married now and have no reason to look at gowns or wedding stuff, buts it is like eye candy. A girl can dream for her future vow renewals 7 months to be being married... ha!  I can't wait to see the gorgeous gown. 

Below is information on the event......
 
HOUSTON BRIDES PRESENTS AN “EVENING OF BRIDAL LUXURY”
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2010

Ain’t Love Grand!  Houston Brides’ “Evening of Bridal Luxury” will take place on March 25, 2010 at the Bell Tower on 34th from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.  

This event will give brides-to-be an experience that will help ease those wedding planning jitters.  The first 150 brides will receive luxury swag bags and all brides will get a chance to win one of three honeymoon giveaways from Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita in Mexico and the Cayman Islands.

This fabulous evening features a bridal runway show full of elegance and style, with models by Neal Hamil Agency. Brides and friends may enjoy tasty bites from A Fare Extraordinaire, topped off with delicious wedding cake samples provided by local Houston vendors.  There will be entertainment by Collide. 

Guests will bid on several special packages at the silent auction tables.  Brides will walk away with the reassurance that their wedding will be everything they’ve ever imagined!

Cost of admission is $15 for the bride-to-be and $10 for guests.  Grooms-to-be are free!  Partial proceeds from the event benefit Pink Door Nonprofit Organization, helping female cancer survivors begin a new life.

For more information on this event or for future events, contact Lisa Gochman at
(713) 353.9362 or via e-mail at lgochman@modernluxury.com.

DATE: Thursday, March 25, 2010 
TIME:  7-9 p.m.
COST: $15, grooms are free 
LOCATION: The Bell Tower on 34th (901 West 34th Street, Houston, Texas 77018)

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  1. is it the first 150 to show up that get teh swag bag?? that sounds great!

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  2. I think the first 150 brides only. :-)

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  3. Oops..I missed it . Its too late. I am feeling jealous from you. Sounds like it is great show. Is this show happened every year. I love to go there.

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