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Let The Wedding Bells Ring

Published: Thursday, April 22, 2010

Updated: Thursday, April 22, 2010 13:04

Wedding Open House 4

Kayla Dunlap / The Cube

On Saturday, April 3 the Succop Conservancy hosted a bridal event and open house. The event was open to anyone interested in gathering information about hosting a party or event at the conservancy.

The conservancy was full of vendors and staff. Caterers and bakers had delicious food samples to try. Most of the wedding details were covered between all the vendors.

Though no one that sold dresses was on hand, Nicolette's Tailor Shop was, offering every bride a peace of mind and a perfectly tailored wedding gown. Nicolette's also makes unique wedding favors and divani chocolates.

Photographer Sandy Yetter of Red Lotus Photography and photographer Joe Appel were both present. Appel has over 18 years of experience as a professional photographer and has had photos appear in magazines and newspapers around the world.

Frank Werner director of Catering of Medure's Catering in New Castle offered samples of specialty cupcakes.

Mimi's Bake Shoppe, located in Cranberry Township, gave out samples of their unique cakes. Mimi's Bake Shoppe specializes in wedding cakes. "The flavors range, but most people get a filling between layers such as raspberry, strawberry or whatever is their favorite flavor," said Michele Barkely of the most popular for a spring or summer weddings.

Lisa's Garden was present with flowers and an assortment of flower arrangements and flower decorations.

"I want red flowers but I don't know what kind of flowers I want just as long as they're beautiful," said soon-to-be-bride Jade Myers, of Pittsburgh.

The Butler Symphony and The Arioso Trio was present to play requests and booking upcoming events.

All Occasion Limousine Inc. was present. Their limousines accommodate between two and 24 passengers in a unique environment complete with amenities. They serve all counties in Pa. and are available for any kind of occasion or event.

The Conservancy was built in the 1830s; it offers 50 acres and an outdoor reception area for parties and gatherings. They also host rehearsal dinners and bridal showers.

To host an event at The Conservancy contact Director Nancy Lawry at 724.586.2591 or e-mail at [email protected].

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