St Louis Magazine

999 N 2nd St., St. Louis

$15 for One Ticket to the "St. Louis Magazine" Unveiled 2011 Bridal Event at the Four Seasons ($25 Value)

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  • Bridal Fashion Show
  • Complimentary champagne and hors d'oeuvres
  • 40 exclusive wedding vendors
  • Valet parking

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Dress for nuptial success with today's Groupon: $15 for one ticket to St. Louis Magazine's Unveiled 2011 Bridal Event ($25 value). Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and champagne will flow freely during this three-hour-long bonanza for the betrothed in the 6th-floor ballroom of the Four Seasons Hotel, scheduled for this January 23rd. Beginning at noon, ticket-holders can stroll through the booths of 40 wedding vendors before settling in for a fashion show featuring looks for mothers, bridesmaids, and brides. (Those concerned about comestibles as well as cloth can also attend a Q&A with the Four Seasons' Catering Manager, Marianne Moore.) As each party exits the event, valet parking staff will bring 'round the bridal chariot free of charge so that it can be loaded up with participants' gift bags, including their complimentary copy of St. Louis Magazine.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Valid only on 1/23/11. Must be 21 or older for alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About St. Louis Magazine

St. Louis Magazine's knowledgeable writers and photographers inform and entertain the region’s denizens with features on area personalities, restaurants, arts, and local issues. Like any body-painted city-council-meeting spectator, each issue bursts with local pride, filling readers in about the city's best doctors, what local theater groups are up to, and upcoming local music events. Readers can also zero in on specific interests and lifestyle articles with the magazine's inserts and special publications, such as the bimonthly St. Louis At Home, filled with design tips and gardening advice; and St. Louis Family, stuffed with healthcare information and suggestions for family outings and entertainment.