2010 Trends Unveiled at The Carolina Inn’s 15th Annual Bridal Fair
An anticipated 600 to 700 attendees
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (January 20, 2010) – What hot new trends will be unveiled at The Carolina Inn’s Bridal Fair 2010, the region’s most exclusive showcase of the top wedding professionals in the Triangle on Sunday, January 31 from 1-4 pm?
2009 was all about the Color Yellow, Vintage, Photo Booths, Wine or Champagne Bottles as favors, Organic and Local Products and Stations instead of Plated Meals. What’s in store this year?
As one of North Carolina’s premier wedding locations offering Classic Southern Elegance, The Carolina Inn and Chapel Hill Magazine (exclusive media sponsor for three years) will bring together 60 exceptional vendors to offer an elegant afternoon full of information and ideas for all things wedding for an anticipated 600 to 700 attendees.
The 15th Annual Bridal Fair will present this year’s top fashions, including stylish linens and tabletop décor, invitations, floral arrangements and cake designs. It also connects wedding planners with the hottest bands and DJs as well as photographers, wedding consultants and travel agents.
About The Carolina Inn
Recognized as one of America’s “cultural resources worthy of preservation,” The Carolina Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places with elite status as a AAA Four Diamond Award Hotel and Forbes (formerly Mobil) Four Star Award-Winning Dining at the Carolina Crossroads Restaurant. From the day it opened in 1924, the 184-room Inn has played an important role in the life of the University of North Carolina and the Chapel Hill community. As one of only four hotels in North Carolina built before 1925 to remain in continuous operation, it has long been one of the most popular sites in North Carolina for special events, weddings, business meetings, and academic conferences with over 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space. In addition to having a rich cultural history, The Carolina Inn is architecturally significant, blending elements of antebellum Southern plantation houses with Georgian and neoclassical features often found in the Northeast. The original front of the building was modeled after the Potomac River front of Mt. Vernon. The Carolina Inn is one of more than 30 independent, upscale and luxury hotels, resorts and golf clubs in the United States managed by Destination Hotels & Resorts, the fourth largest independent hospitality management company in the country. www.CarolinaInn.com