Create a Boutique Registry, Enjoy Treats and Check Out Gowns from Lovely Bride at Scarlett Alley’s Bridal Beer Brunch in Old City

A selection of so-pretty tabletop from Vietri, available at Scarlett Alley.

A selection of so-pretty tabletop from Vietri, available at Scarlett Alley.

Beer, brunch and wedding fun? Sounds like a perfect combo to us—and if you agree (because who wouldn’t?), you’ll be happy to know that Old City gift, registry, and accessory boutique Scarlett Alley is bringing back another round of their popular Beer Bridal Brunch this weekend for all you brides-to-be looking to amp up that registry.

On Sunday, March 16th, from 11am to 3pm, you can head over to Scarlett Alley and enjoy beer (make sure to highlight that if you’re bringing your groom along), bellinis, and breakfast pizzas all while checking out the awesome registry items that line the shelves of the Old City boutique. You’ll also get a personal tour from Scarlett Alley’s owner, Liz Scarlett, along with some insight on what she thinks are the best and newest registry items to add to your growing list.


This year, the shop's neighbor, Lovely Bride, will be in attendance, with owner Ivy Kaplin showcasing some of her favorite gowns, and there will also be a selection of gorgeous new bridal pieces from the John Wind/Maximal Art jewelry line, to check out for both yourself and your girls. (Remember these bridesmaid-perfect necklaces we love?)

And in addition to all the treats, the shop will be giving away a honeymoon consultation with a top resort hotelier with decades of hotel and honeymoon experience.

RSVPs to Liz are appreciated, but walk-ins are welcome. Did we mention there would be beer?

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