Romance Is Coming Back to Rip the Runway!

Many people that know me know I'm always trying to do new things and think outside the box.  Last year I had a vision to bring a one-of-a-kind event to the MD/DC/VA area where brides and industry professionals alike could come together and experience romance on the runway.  So this past January, Style to the Aisle...a Bride's RUNWAY was launched.

Along with a fabulous team behind me, a great collaboration with some of the best designers, industry professionals and bridal boutiques....a dream transformed into reality was a hit!  Old hollywood glam was definitely at the luxurious Tremont Grand in Baltimore.  Of course this was something I couldn't see as a one time I am pleased to announce that Memorable Moments Event Planning Co. is bringing Style to the Aisle...a Bride's RUNWAY back for 2012!  Romance will rip the runway once again with an array of gowns of all silhouettes, lengths, styles and mens formal wear.  The 2nd annual bridal fashion event will take place in the spring of 2012, a date and location is yet to be announced.

Anyone interested in securing media interviews, volunteer opportunities or sponsorship information should contact or call 443.824.0748. 

Think Purple - October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

We salute everything that is being done for Breast Cancer Awareness in October, but it seems another important issue is not getting as much attention that its due in the month of October...Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Did you know that:
  • 80% of domestic shelters nationwide (more than three out of four) report an increase in women seeking assistance from abuse, and most attribute this to financial issues.
  • 89% of domestic violence shelters expect their overall situation during the next 12 months will be worse than now due to the economy.
  • 76% of domestic violence shelters (three out of four) indicate their funding has decreased.
  • 65% of women in shelters can't find employment due to the economy.
  • 56% of shelters note the abuse is more violent now before the economic downturn.
Let's not forget to "Think Purple" also for the month of October.