Charlevoix, Michigan (PRWEB) September 01, 2011
Following the successful debut of Wedding Attire from Across the Decades in 2010, Castle Farms, a nationally recognized Michigan wedding venue, is in the midst of preparations for another round of its annual display of bridal gowns, grooms’ attire, and quilts from each decade spanning 1820 through 2000.
“After receiving so much positive feedback following last year’s presentation, we knew that we had to make it an annual event,” said Richard and Linda Mueller, owners of Castle Farms.”It’s fascinating to see how wedding gowns have evolved over time.”
The event will run from Wednesday, October 12th through Wednesday, October 19th at the historic Castle Farms in northern Michigan. In addition to getting a unique glimpse at wedding gowns and groom’s attire throughout the centuries, visitors will also have a chance to view a stunning assortment of cake toppers and champagne glasses, plus marvel over “must-read” proper etiquette tips dating from each era.
This spectacular event coincides with the kick-off of Castle Farms’ 7th Annual Grand Bridal Expo on Sunday, October 16th, 2011, from 10 am - 4 pm. The Expo features the latest in decorating ideas and an opportunity to chat with photographers, florists, caterers, musicians, and numerous other vendors on hand to pick up tips for planning an unforgettable wedding. Attending vendors include BJ’s Restaurant and Catering, A+ Digital DJs, ShutterBooth, Chello’s Salon, Petoskey Bridal, MissNowMisses Name Change Assistance, The Remaly's, Kingsley Cakes, Paxton Photography, Bloom, Harpist Sylvia Norris, and Edgewater Inn.
“We couldn’t be more excited; both events are going to be a lot of fun, and are a great way to kick off the wedding season,” said Linda Mueller.
About Castle Farms
Castle Farms, a French Renaissance style castle with stone walls and towers, fragrant gardens and romantic courtyards, is a taste of European charm right in Michigan. Located in Charlevoix, Castle Farms is now a wonderful place to host a wedding, event or festival. Built as a dairy farm in 1918, the Castle went through numerous changes over the years from and art studio and gallery, a music concert venue and eventually, to an empty ruin. Now restored by the Mueller's to its former beauty, Castle Farms is open for special events and daily tours, and can host multiple weddings or events at once. To book your Michigan wedding or corporate event, visit http://www.castlefarms.com .