On Wednesday, September 18, wedding industry professionals gathered for a joint BoscoCeremony and Top15Moscow brunch in Petrovsky Passage. This event brought together stylists, decorators, photographers and wedding organizers who were able to meet in an informal setting and learn more about Bosco boutiques and wedding trends. Here's how it went.
Welcome to BoscoCeremony
The guests took place in the BoscoCeremony boutique at Petrovsky Passage and were greeted by the host Leonid Margolin. This was an opportunity for guests to immediately appreciate the new wedding space and at the same time to admire dresses by Galia Lahav, Christos Costarellos, Max Mara and others, while they were drinking coffee or champagne.
Breakfast at BoscoCasa
From the bridal boutique, guests moved to BoscoCasa. Interior design items from various brands were represented there. The brands included: Meissen, Missoni Home, NasonMoretti, Frette and others. BoscoCasa looks like a cozy and stylish Italian house, so the guests felt comfortable, had breakfast, got to know each other and posed for the photographer Arseny Prusakov.
The speaker at the brunch was Alexander Sukharev, chief stylist at Modniy Prigovor and lecturer at the Center for Creative Industries at Lomonosov Moscow State University. He told the guests about wedding and evening fashion, showed the current dress models presented at BoscoCeremony, and answered questions ranging from choosing the right shade of pink dress to choosing sandals for a wedding look.
A wedding brunch should be light and romantic. The guests had the opportunity to feel this and feel the romantic atmosphere like on a date, even if it was just a game. In a separate room at BoscoCasa, an immersive performance of ‘Etiquette’ was held, organized by the Impresario theater company: two guests sat at the table opposite each other as if on a date, put on headphones and did whatever the voice told them to do in the audio recording.
The main feature of the brunch was the guests: the best Moscow decorators, wedding organizers, stylists, photographers and other well-known industry professionals who met, talked, explored the boutique spaces and just had a good time.