Planning a wedding? You won’t want to miss the Something Blue Bridal Fair at the historic General Morgan Inn on Saturday, January 8.
The special event, which runs from noon to 3 p.m., puts the brides in touch with wedding experts, according to Patricia Bohon, the hotel’s sales manager.
“This bridal fair is a one-stop-shop for everything related to weddings,” Bohon said. “We bring the region’s top experts together in one place to help brides plan their storytelling weddings.”
Admission is $ 12 in advance online at www.generalmorganinn.com, through Eventbrite, or can be purchased on the day of the event at the hotel for $ 15.
Participating wedding professionals, in addition to the General Morgan Inn, include: Cakes by Kathy, First Horizon Bank, the Barn of 1810, Grand True Value Rental, Henny Penny Sweets, Moments to Remember, the Warehouse at Wilson Hill, Filomena’s Floral, Southern Belle bride and tuxedo, creamy fit, MK photography, musicality! Mobile DJ Service, Art Printers, Katrina Serene Photography, Nunn Photography, Rocky Top Smokehouse, Now Event Group, Simply Elegant Catering & Bakery, and Greeneville Real Estate & Auction.
This is the 12th year that the hotel has hosted this popular event. “Something Blue is a wonderful partnership between the General Morgan Inn and all of the vendors,” said Bohon. “Together, we make the bridal fair a day to remember.”
Registered brides receive a cute bag of loot at the entrance and are eligible to win door prizes in a draw at 2:30 p.m. . “We have some really nice gifts this year, including $ 200 in vendor dollars for five lucky couples.”
For more information on the Something Blue Bridal Fair, call Bohon at 423-787-7510.
About the General Morgan Inn
The General Morgan Inn offers 50 beautifully detailed guest rooms, one Presidential Suite and one Executive Apartment in historic downtown Greeneville. The hotel has Brumley’s, an award-winning restaurant with three separate dining rooms and lounge offering a wide selection of quality cocktails and an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiasts.
The restaurant is currently open for dinner, Tuesday to Saturday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The hotel also has a large ballroom and a garden terrace, popular venues for corporate meetings, retreats and weddings.
The hotel, built in 1884, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For more information about the hotel, located at 111 N. Main St., visit www.generalmorganinn.com or call 423-787-1000.