Beat Train Hits Brooklyn Wedding Crashers Expo At The Green Building!
This Sunday March 19, Beat Train Productions will be making a special appearance at one of our favorite alternative wedding expos. The Brooklyn Wedding Crashers Expo will take place at the always lovely Green Building, and feature an array of likeminded vendors who will be sure to bring some style and originality to your big day. Plus, our very own Ari Rosenfield will be making an appearance to spin a few tunes live! (You can check out some of his mixes as well as our other DJs’ jams at our NYC Mixes page).
For those of you who are first-time wedding planners, these expos can be a great way to meet your potential vendors, get a feel for their style, and help pick who might be a fit for you. You can also use this as a blank slate to start brainstorming ideas for your big day. Plus, it can’t hurt to indulge in a few free snacks!
For a limited time, we will be giving away some free and discounted tickets, so if you’re in the area and interested in joining us, please feel free to drop a note to info[at]beattrainproductions[dot]com for details. Don’t be shy – come say hi!
Not sure what to expect? Take it from the horse’s mouth! Here’s a little blurb written by the Wedding Crashers team themselves. They had us at free bubbly…:
We tightly curate Wedding Crashers to showcase original vendors who will bring your day to life. Whatever you have in mind–from a gown by an independent designer, to a living wall of flowers, to food your guests will be raving about long after you’ve said ‘I Do’–you’ll meet talented wedding pros who can execute your vision. And speaking of food, boy do we have delicious treats and bubbly for you! Our fair makes wedding planning almost as much fun as the big day itself.
Photo Credits: Charlie Juliet
[Brooklyn Wedding Crashers Expo]
About the Author
Ever since buying his first set of turntables on eBay in 1997, Seth Isaacs has been a consistent Boston talent, DJ’ing corporate functions, weddings, and nightclub events. Starting his career as an on-air DJ at his college radio station (where he was crowned “Shorty Gold”), he has translated his interest in music first into a […]