Merivale is dressing its two wedding party venues - The Sun Room and The Ivy Room - in their glamorous best for a bridal open day with a difference.
On Sunday 18th April, all brides-to-be are invited to spend a few hours seeing how their own wedding party could look while experiencing the luxurious style and service that Merivale is renowned for. Brides can sip champagne and sample delicacies created by Merivale executive chef David O'Brien while viewing Nightingales Wedding Stylists' handiwork in The Ivy Room and how Events by Nadia Wedding Stylist worked its magic in The Sun Room.
But that's not all, Sydney's favourite wedding suppliers will also be showing off their wares so brides can try Planet Cake's delicious wedding cakes and see the bespoke bride and groom miniatures created by Alison from Captivating Cake Toppers.
Merivale will also bring together a stunning collection of designer bridal gowns by Louise Alvarez. Brides can view the work of Sydney's top photographers Silverboat and Brett Odgers and videographer Sonya from DaTreats Productions, talk to the styling team from Brad Ngata, have their love tarot read by Cimone-Louise Fung and tailor wedding vows with the help of celebrant Cassandra Keogh.
There are also the little extras that go towards making a wedding day simply unforgettable: French-inspired gifts from famed bridal registry Genevieve Lethu, bridal gifts from Something Blue, scents from Jo Malone and luxurious Queen B candles.
When: Sunday, 18 April, 2010, 11am - 3pm
Where: The Sun Room & The Ivy Room at ivy 320 - 330 George St, Sydney, 2000
RSVP: Say 'I do' to email@example.com by Wednesday 14 April
For more information, phone 02 9240 3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Merivale