Tahoe Unveiled will break the bridal fair mold at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn | SierraSun.com

Tahoe Unveiled will break the bridal fair mold at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn

Catherine Hall/submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Is it possible for brides-to-be to have fun planning their nuptials and enjoy the actual day stress-free? Not a believer? Attend Tahoe Unveiled, Oct. 16, at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, Olympic Valley. Soon-to-be brides will have an opportunity to meet with industry professionals and envision a perfect Tahoe wedding.

The intimate Tahoe Unveiled promises to make planning oneand#8217;s wedding pleasurable. Tahoe Unveiledand#8217;s innovative, flowing floor plan will feature design showcases and the displays are sure to inspire. Sipping Champagne and noshing on scrumptious food tastings from local caterers, attendees will feel relaxed and primed for addressing wedding details.

Featured is Scott Corridan, In-Style Magazine celebrity wedding planner and couture wedding gown designer, whose seminar is irreverently dubbed and#8220;Boobs and Butts,and#8221; which promises to bust myths.

and#8220;More precisely weand#8217;ll boost boobs and butts,and#8221; Corridan explains. and#8220;No matter your body type, Iand#8217;ll show you and#8212; with real couture and real girls and#8212; how to frame your assets and how to lift your spirits.and#8221;

Photographer Catherine Hall will also appear, whose award-winning images have been exhibited in galleries around the world and have appeared in The New York Times, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style and Elegant Bride.

Organizer Stephanie Anderson, of One Fine Day, an event planning company, culled the regionand#8217;s wedding vendors and found the best representations of each category. Tahoe Unveiled will also host A Day In Your Life, Johnstone Studios and Jessie LeMay Photography. Bellisima Floral, Dianaand#8217;s Floral and Martha Bernyk Floral Design will share floral inspiration. Cortney Knudson, Kiss and Makeup and Kolor By Kori will be on hand. Other top-shelf vendors include Tunnel Creek, Wild Goose, Moodyand#8217;s, North Tahoe Catering, Paper Moon, Swoon Bridal, Crux Events and Party Rents, Hip Entertainment, We Ainand#8217;t Saints, Massage on the Lake, Doxa Studios, La Tavola and Aiko Designs.

Tahoe Unveiledand#8217;s official sponsors include Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, Catherine Hall Studios and One Fine Day.

Tickets include access to event, complementary wine, Champagne, appetizers and gift bag. Tickets are $25 per person in advance at http://www.tahoeunveiled.com and $35 at the door.

Paint us a picture of your dream wedding. Tell us about the colors, the accessories and everything that makes your vision fabulous. The lucky winner will receive two nights lodging at Tunnel Creek Estate ($3,500 value), a beautiful private estate at the lake in Incline Village. The winner will also score four complimentary tickets to Tahoe Unveiled, Oct. 16. E-mail your oh-so creative entry to ann@switchbackpr.com. Deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 13.

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