The New Issue of Philadelphia Wedding is Here, and It’s All About Partying
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If you’ve noticed that more and more weddings these days are breaking from staid, stuffy traditions to incorporate fun activities and details, you’re not alone. Ice luges, late-night snacks, bar games … the details couples are focusing on are all about the “guest experience,” and that’s industry lingo for throwing the best party possible.
We here at PW couldn’t be happier about this shift, and that’s precisely why we dedicated an entire magazine to it. Our Summer/Fall 2018 issue is “The Party Issue,” and inside you’ll find everything you need to know about turning your Philly wedding into the raddest party you’ve ever attended.
Here’s a rundown of what’s inside:
Celebrate Good Times, C’Mon!
Our step-by-step guide to ensuring your wedding is the most memorable fete of the season includes party-ready venues, extra-festive invitations, an in-depth explainer of how to design your reception space to keep conversation flowing, vendors that will take care of all the unsexy stuff, delish app and cocktail ideas, and must-play music.
Making Things Easy for Out-of-Town Guests
Local experts share tips on booking hotel room blocks, welcome bags, and child care for the big night.
Glamorous, show-stopping wedding gowns take the stage at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music.
A Free People buyer and her beau throw the ultimate boho-glam celebration; Two wedding photographers head upstate for a woodsy wedding weekend; A chef and an engineer throw an artistic museum fete.
The Best BYOB restaurants for your rehearsal dinner, all with no corkage fees.
Mad About Hue
The moodier palettes of fall come to life in stunning tablescapes.
After all that partying, get your minds and bodies — and livers — back on track at one of these incredible wellness resorts.
So Much More!
Click here to grab a copy for yourself, or head to your local Barnes & Noble or Whole Foods, where copies will start appearing on newsstands early next week.
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