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Black Bride Requests the Honour of Your Presence
The Bridal Brunch
Harlem Renaissance Edition
Sunday, May 19, 2013
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
347 MacDonough Street
Brooklyn, New York
Mix and Mingle with wedding vendors in an elegant relaxed atmosphere at the beautiful Akwaaba Mansion. Dine on delicious brunch fare by Tom Cookery, while being serenaded by New York’s finest jazz performers.Top industry insiders and wedding experts will be on hand to offer tips, tricks and guidance in creating not just a wedding, but a lifetime experience. Enter to win fabulous prizes and giveaways from notable bridal brands and services and witness the NYC debut of the Black Bride Gown Collection by Therez Fleetwood!l
With host relationship editor of Essence Magazine, Charreah Jackson
Charreah Jackson, family life educator and Relationships Editor at Essence Magazine, will be hosting our expert panel discussion featuring, top wedding industry insiders and experts, that will be offering tips, tricks and guidance in how to create not just a wedding, but a lifetime experience.
Charreah provides relationships workshops and coaching nationwide and is a featured love expert on VH1, WEtv, BET, CNN’s Headline News and the Huffington Post. Charreah is also a regular dating expert on the Bill Cunningham Show. She has interviewed hundreds of singles and couples on their journey to happily ever now.
The savvy communicator speaks nationally on women’s empowerment, success and healthy relationships, including the iDate Conference, the ESSENCE Music Festival and the Women + Power Conference.
Charreah’s writing has appeared around the globe including interviews with newsmakers from Spike Lee and Sarah Jessica Parker to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She is a graduate of Howard University and has earned awards in journalism including a 2009 New York Association of Black Journalists award and was a finalist for a 2007 Hearst Award. Born and raised in Atlanta, Charreah now resides in Harlem.
One ticket brings you an expert panel discussion, complimentary brunch and cocktails, exquisite local vendors, bridal fashion, gift bags and much more.
**Guests are encouraged to wear Harlem Renaissance inspired accessories and ensembles**l
Seating is Limited
**Early Exhibitor Registration Ends, April 15, 2013**
Exhibitor tables are $250
Save $50 by signing up before the deadline!
**Email us for more information at: [email protected]**
A special thank you to our AWESOME sponsors!
Visit the beautiful Akwaaba Mansion online, the perfect venue for your intimate wedding!