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Monday, February 8, 2010

Wedding U!

Weddings 360 is a new company in San Francisco offering brides and vendors of every kind a place to come together and learn everything there is to know about planning and executing a wedding plan.  There is Wedding University that's held for newely engaged couples to help them through the wedding planning process with minimal fuss. At Wedding University couples learn many aspects of wedding planning from top wedding professionals. Students explore wedding design, wedding logistics, photography, beauty, fashion, and other important topics. In addition, they have the opportunity to sample amazing food, from a sushi bar to a prime rib station to an elaborate dessert buffet ~ all from the creative culinary team at The Four Seasons Hotel, Silicon Valley. In addition to classes, there is an extraordinary decor room featuring four very distinct styles, providing the perfect inspiration for couples to brainstorm about their own wedding style!  Unlike the usual bridal show there is no selling going on at The Wedding University.  It was designed to be a one-of-a-kind, classy and fun event.  While The Wedding University class for this year has gone by, it's something to keep in mind for the future.  The rates posted are for 2010, and may go up for future classes.
Weddings 360 also offers The Academy for Planners and Designers.  This was created especially for established wedding planners, designers, and floral designers. The Academy provides a wide range of in-depth, ‘how-to’ classes, taught by nationally recognized leaders in the wedding industry. 

Jubilee Lau and Jean Marks developed this concept because they share a passion for supporting and educating couples as they begin planning their wedding; they also have a vision to combine dynamic teachers with a strong curriculum, to help planners and designers, like themselves, achieve an ever-higher level of excellence for the couples they serve.  Hopefully we'll see more branches of Weddings 360 in other cities around the country.

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