wedding & entertaining event
thursday, august 10
5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
the florentine ballroom
View wedding stationery, tablescapes, china and florals from Birmingham’s top event vendors. Guest speaker, Myka Meier, etiquette expert from Beaumont Etiquette at The Plaza Hotel in New York City, will educate us on modern day etiquette while enjoying light bites from Corretti Catering. A Swag Bag of local and regional goods is included with ticket purchase.
Susan Gordon Pottery Large Bowl • Two Nights at The Elyton Hotel • Day of Styling Package from Augusta Cole
Cocoon Silk Ribbon • Calligraphy Class with Holly Hollon • Dixie Design Collective Gift Set
$100 Kendra Scott Gift Card from Invision Events • Monogrammed Sasha Nicholas Platter from Bromberg's
Pillow by Heather Chadduck Textiles • Aqua Sea Glass Jupiter Necklace from Hazen Jewelry
friday, august 11
John Hand Club
Enjoy an exclusive educational luncheon alongside entrepreneur and etiquette expert, Myka Meier. Tickets limited.
Myka Meier, a dual American and British citizen, is a consultant specializing in international social and business etiquette. Myka studied at multiple traditional etiquette schools in the United Kingdom and trained in London under a former member of The Royal Household of Her Majesty the Queen. Furthermore, Myka attended the prestigious Institut Villa Pierrefeu finishing school in Glion, Switzerland and has been formally trained in Continental European, British and American etiquette. She has ten years experience in the luxury, lifestyle and fashion markets and has worked with members of the British Royal family as well as on a global endeavor initiated by its patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. She co-founded New York City’s The Plaza Hotel Finishing Program with Beaumont Etiquette in 2016 to bring a fresh and modern perspective to the industry. Breaking down the stereotype that etiquette is perceived as outdated, inaccessible or even a lost art form, Myka designed traditional etiquette courses with a modern spin — that are not intimidating to learn.
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