Looking for unique accessories for your wedding day? Third Coast Style, 514 N. Water Street, is hosting a Wedding Trunk Show from February 12 – March 2 from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
There, 12 designers who have been selected for their wedding lines, will be available to help brides find one-of-a-kind pieces for their wedding days. In addition, designers are available to create unique pieces based on a bride’s personality.
- Lisa Gandre is a former owner of a bridal store. She does both beautiful gowns and coats. Bespoke couture quality!
- Michelle Eigenberger has a large collection of vintage gowns and bridesmaid dresses that she sells through her business, “Bolted Vintage”.
- Bree Rose will show 15 gowns her mother has designed using materials from her bridal business in Madison, Wisconsin.
- Timothy Westbrook specializes in cut-away tails for men and women, as well as sustainable gowns.
- Catherine Sendak studied with the Queen of England’s milliner and has one of a kind headpieces.
- Helen Reich plays with the symphony and creates unusual floral pieces from her original fabric flowers.
- Dana Stangl creates small veils mounted on her headbands adorned with vintage decorations
- Beth Procopio creates statement necklaces using vintage jewelry with equally beautiful back appeal.
- Melissa Lawler creates colorful seed bead necklaces for bridesmaids. She teaches at MIAD and UWM.
- Shawls: Patrice Procopio creates her own silk textiles from her original floral paintings and sews them into luxurious beaded shawls.
- Orchard Street Press owners created a special T-shirt for their own wedding. “Until death do us party” will be a fun twist for your bridal party.
- Colleen Leahy tailors traditional and unusual men’s vests and shirts.
- TCS has its own hair designer, Jeremy Scheifflee, who has created one-of-a-kind hair styles for bridal parties around the world.