There are only a limited amount of tickets left for the Great Raleigh Trolley Weddings + Warehouses Tour on Sunday, January 12, 2020, from noon until 4 p.m. The tour features five of the most sought after downtown Raleigh wedding venues including Melrose Knitting Mill (located on the second floor of Mulino Italian Kitchen and Bar), All Saints Chapel, Market Hall, The Stockroom at 230, and Traine. These five venues have combined forces and reimagined what a January Open House will look like for couples seeking to get married in Downtown Raleigh.
Purchase your tickets before it is too late. There are only a limited amount of VIP tickets available which will grant attendees early access and swag bags. VIP tickets are $35 and general admission tickets are $25. Purchase your tickets today and keep reading to learn more about what you can expect to see at the Weddings + Warehouses Tour.
The Great Raleigh Trolley will provide transportation to each venue so guests can enjoy the ride and stop at each location. Guests will enjoy food, cocktails, and more.
We are the exclusive caterer for Melrose Knitting Mill and we will be providing delicious bites for you to enjoy while you are at their stop!
They have also invited some of our favorite vendors along for the ride including Expressions of Love, Simply Cakes, All Events DJs, Joe Payne Photography, Ral Good Films, Theresa Jatko Designs, Lyudmila Tomova, Southern Oaks Events, Petal and Oak, and more. You are not going to want to miss this one-of-a-kind wedding open house.
For more information on the event and participating venues and vendors, visit MelroseKnittingMill.com.
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“The venue is one of the most integral elements of a wedding and finding the perfect venue can be difficult and stressful. Don’t you wish there was one day where you could see numerous venues seamlessly without finding parking and driving around town feeling rushed? Attend Weddings + Warehouses on Sunday, January 12th from 12-4pm to make your venue shopping a little less stressful!”
Each of the venues participating in the tour will be fully decorated as it would be on a real wedding day. They will showcase different elements as well as demonstrate the different vendors that can be utilized at each venue, so you do not have to worry about finding and trying different vendors. “It will be a one-stop-shop for wedding planning.”