TheBridalHop - Louisville

Searching for the perfect location for your wedding celebration just became a lot easier and way more fun.

Pamper yourself! Be whisked away in a chauffeur-driven limousine, eat appetizers and sip champagne while touring the most beautiful and unique sites for wedding ceremonies, rehearsal dinners and receptions in Kentuckiana. is a stress free, no pressure event designed to assist you in finding the perfect location for your wedding celebration.

For just $10, you travel by chauffeur-driven stretch limousine, enjoy 30-minute guided tours of the cities hottest venues, while tasting the catering staff’s most popular appetizers

* Space is limited, make your reservations today here or by calling 502-499-1935.

Name Sales End Price Fee
Single ticket Ended $10 $0.99

On the Web

Cooking with the Krewe of Janus

shipping and Handling fee will be added to the purchase of each Cookbook Cookbooks can be purchase from the following locations: King of Hearts & The Bridal Shop- 1707 Hudson Lane, Monroe, La. Paperback Exchange Bookstore- 117 Louisville Ave …

Myarklamiss • 2/4/2014

1986 Try To Remember: From Jan. To December

... The Guardian Civic League, an association of black police officers, gave her a new one, a Louisville Slugger, naturally. AND THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE. OH, YEAH? Try that line on Charles B. Wilson, who found that the truth can get you locked up.

Philly • 12/29/1986

High Fashion: Ashland, Ky., boutique offers chic styles

The philosophy of Colleen Griffiths is written on the walls of her boutique. It extols elegance, kindness and all that is chic. “I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in ...

Ironton Tribune • By Benita Heath • 10/28/2014

Morning Roundup: Green Columbus grants, beer + doughnuts = gold, Ebola nurse asks bridal shop she shut down for refund

and that Ebola-infected nurse now wants a refund from the bridal shop she closed. Three projects are getting a boost from the city's Green Columbus Fund. Day Cos. will get a $135,990 grant for environmental remediation at the long-abandoned former …

The Business Journal • By Doug Buchanan • 11/25/2014

A Wedding Gown Under $150? Here Are Five

Both long and short dresses are available, as well as a collection of one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. The bridal shop extends to bridesmaids dresses, veils, jewelry, and other accessories and gifts. After the jump, five wedding-ready dresses under $150.

Racked • 3/26/2014

Contact tracing appears to work in Ebola battle

"The airline was able to work with us to provide a lot of information. "The biggest challenge was making sure we got information out about the (bridal shop)," she says. "For those who were there during a certain time period, we were asking that they ...

Journal News Media Group • 10/22/2014

Lexington woman changes lives by taking wedding gowns to Haiti

Saint-Louis-du-Nord, Haiti — Draped over hospital beds and hanging from IV poles are wedding gowns from collections with ... Katya Cengel, a former reporter at The Courier-Journal in Louisville, is a free-lance writer. • 1/10/2012

Is BHLDN Coming to the Upper East Side?

Could BHLDN be going from pop up to permanent? A tipster alerted us to job postings here and here calling for Upper East Side staff members. "A Bridal Shop Manager, with a love for building customer connections, for our shop opening soon in …

Racked • 1/14/2014

CDC: Nurse with Ebola said she felt funny in Ohio

Summit County Health Commissioner Gene Nixon said five of the people who were being monitored are bridesmaids who were at the bridal shop with Vinson, the Akron Beacon Journal reported. He said others included a bridesmaid’s husband and three …

Canton Repository • 10/18/2014

Layoff doesn't have to doom a wedding

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Ten weeks before my wedding, I put 140 invitations -- beautifully letter-pressed on Crane lettra paper with silver ink -- into the mail, eagerly anticipating the flood of RSVP cards marked yes. Two days later, my soon-to-be-husband got ...

Courier-Journal • 6/1/2010