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Brooklyn Based wants all those who have dropped down to one knee and those who have said "yes" to them to head down to lounge/music venue The Bell House this Saturday for their "Wedding Crashers" wedding fair. Ease your pre-nuptual angst by meeting handpicked local designers, caterers, photographers, florists and musicians who will literally help make your wedding day.
A wide collection of indie designers promises many chances to meet the dress—or suit!—of your dreams. The group includes Bridal Veil Falls, Cassandra Bromfield, Kimera, Kcoline, and vintage suit vendors Rue St. Denis. Need some visual inspiration? Consult this blue-gray gown from The White Gown, or Kcoline's beautifully-molded two-piece wedding dress. We love the idea of getting a made-to-order dress, made with raw silk, for price half that of a designer label.—Joann Pan
· Wedding Crashers Wedding Fair [Brooklyn Based]