Wedding Wednesday

Trunk Show: Amanda Pearl

Accessorizing your wedding dress? Check in with Seattle-born, NYC-based Amanda Pearl at Far 4 this Friday

By Laura Cassidy July 7, 2010


Where: Far 4

What: A trunk show with one of Seattle’s most celebrated daughters, Amanda Brotman. Brotman’s line, Amanda Pearl, is made up of ribbon-tie necklaces, sleek satin clutches, and coordinating earrings and bracelets that won’t weigh you down. (Check the slideshow here for a look.) While giving an air of luxury and timeless good-taste, the jewelry is (for the most part) made with lightweight materials, thus making your trip down the aisle, and everything afterward, gorgeous and light. Love that.

It’s my firm belief that Brotman, a former dancer and attendee of not a few high-style events, will be a great resource for brides, and moms, and maids (and friends and cousins and roommates), who aren’t sure what kind of accoutrement they want gracing this neckline or the other. A percentage of all purchases will be donated to Seattle Art Museum Shoppers.

In addition to this great shopportunity, you’ll be treated to the amazing sweetness of Suzanne Rosellini of Rosellini Sweets. We like Suzanne’s cakes so much we put five of them in the current issue of Seattle Met Bride & Groom. What’s more: Mini-manis from Mimisan. Say that five times quickly and yours is free (actually, they’re all free).

Speaking of the current issue of Seattle Met Bride & Groom; the brand new issue is on stands now, and at Far 4 for the trunk show – we’re excited to give you one.

When: Friday July 9 from 2 to 7.*c

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