For your dream dress, the dress so perfect you couldn’t even imagine it, look no further than the place called “Mustillo’s”. Pictured to the left, this beautiful bridal shop offers not just wedding gowns, but all of the accessories and everything that your bridesmaids need as well. This family owned shop has some of the most creative dresses I’ve ever seen and all at reasonable prices. I’m a big fan of small dress shops outside of the corporate world, and this shop moved quickly to the top of my list. I’m so happy I went there during The Wedding Walk in Red Bank, NJ. For a quick walk around their site visit them here: http://www.mustillos.com/
The walk continued for me as I entered an amazing salon named “Hair and Company, Oasis Spa”. This charming salon and spa is on White Street and the owner, Joann is a doll. When I walked in on that busy Saturday, there were clients everywhere I looked, but Joann took the time to meet with me and tell me all about what her salon offers. I even ended up booking this salon for an April 13, 2012 wedding held at The Oyster Point Hotel….blog and photos to come soon!
I also met with Milena Melone, an aesthetician who has her own little “oasis” in the back part of the salon. Whether you need a facial, foot reflexology, photon therapy or anything in between, she is the woman you want to see. If you’re getting married in the Red Bank area, consider making this salon your one stop shop for feeling beautiful and relaxed. Check out their website here: www.hairandcompanyredbank.com or give them a call at 732-747-6983.
Of course, no wedding is complete without beautiful flowers. For something other than the “been there, done that”, swing through Flowers on Front, easily accessible on Front Street. This quaint little shop has everything you need to make your day extra special. Just tell Tina everything you envision and watch her work some magic! Their website is www.flowersonfront.com.
The number one regret brides have is not having a videographer at their wedding day. Truth be told, I didn’t have one, and it still is my biggest regret. I’ll never get to see those written vows, or our choreographed first dance…all I have is the memories. I wish I had known about Joe Minnella and hired him to put together something creative! On my walk, I saw how interesting his work was; not just the average point and shoot, but something that flowed and would be beautiful to watch time and time again. He truly is a cinematographer! Don’t just take my word, check out his website here: www.joecinema.com.
That concludes this year’s Red Bank Wedding Walk. Like I said in the first part of this blog, if I were a bride with nothing planned, it would’ve all been done at the end of the walk! Amazing vendors, amazing people and an amazing time. Both venues, Molly Pitcher and Oyster Point would be dream locations to be married at. So ladies, get thee to Red Bank and get planning! Tell them Danielle from Golden Wedding Planners sent you!