Philadelphia, PA - Old City District showcases its fast-growing wedding industry with the Old City Wedding Stroll debut on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022, from 5:00-8:00 pm. More than 45 locations will open their doors and offer consultations, demos, tastings, and tours. Couples looking to tie the knot are invited to visit Old City bridal and suit shops, venues, restaurants, and wedding services.
Why Old City Is a One-Stop Shop For All Your Wedding
Participating businesses include Shane Confectionery, Positano Coast by Aldo Lamberti, The Olde Bar, Philly Bride, SuitShop, Amina, Cuba Libre Restaurant and Rum Bar, Fork, Panorama Wine Bar, Arch Enemy Arts, FringeArts, Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, Kick Axe Throwing, Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, Power Plant Productions, Art in the Age, Chick Invitations, Hitched, Fred Astaire Dance Studio, NE Flower Boutique, and many others. All participants will be entered to win a Wedding Gift Basket valued at $1,000. The event is free to attend, but registration is required.
Old City is Philadelphia’s ultimate one-stop wedding shop. Home to more than 300 independently-owned small businesses, find wedding attire, florists, jewelers, restaurants, venues, wedding services, and so much more - all within a few blocks. Rely on Old City wedding experts to make your big day everything you imagine – and more.
“Forty-eight new businesses have opened in Old City so far since 2021, and many of them are wedding-specific businesses or businesses that offer wedding services,” said Job Itzkowitz, Executive Director of Old City District. “This event highlights independently-owned businesses that can help you prepare for your big day.”
“I opened Lovely Bride Philly in Old City nine years ago. The neighborhood was and is the perfect fit. The mix of old historical charm with modern independent boutiques makes it a great destination to spend the day. Bridal shopping is an experience, so this allows our clients and their guests to come to us, have a relaxing meal nearby, stop in some cute clothing stores, and make a day of it,” said Lovely Bride Owner Ivy Kaplin.