With over 160 guests in attendance the Carl House Bridal Event on February 8, 2015 was a spectacular success thanks to our fabulous Wedding Professional partners, great turn out and superb weather.Our guests had the opportunity to visit with some of the best Wedding Professionals in the industry, tour Carl House, meet the Carl House Team, enjoy our chef’s culinary treats and win prizes!
With the distinctive din of bagpipes resounding in the background, Allison, glides down the Carl House ceremonial brick paved pathway, wearing a stunning designer gown, gifted to her through the ‘Brides Across America’ organization in conjunction with Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique. Doug, her husband-to-be, and his groomsmen, their eyes transfixed in her direction, are stunningly clad in full military attire. Helping to fulfill her ‘once in a lifetime’ dream wedding, Allison was one of this year’s recipients of a complimentary wedding gown from Brides Across America and Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique.
Allison and Doug relished their October 6 fall wedding at Carl House with family and friends. The couple was enthusiastically introduced to the welcoming crowd during the gathering as they traveled through a military arc of swords. Guests enjoyed an elegant meal prepared by Carl House Executive Chef Justin Johnson including Cilantro Citrus Beurre Blanc and a favorite, Boursin Mashed Potatoes.
Brides Across America is a nationwide charity dedicated to encouraging bridal salons to providing free wedding gowns for military brides. Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique, located in Roswell , is a selected bridal salon for Brides Across American and was the only Georgia bridal salon to donate free designer wedding gowns to military brides. Their next event is scheduled for November 11 and 12, 2013. Hats off to this fine organization and with Vetran’s Day earlier this week, to all the fine men and women who serve in the armed forces.
There is a lot happening at Carl House and Owner BB Webb is spreading the word out and about throughout the nation! With our upcoming Bridal Event (deadline today at 5pm)…(see upcoming events link)….and our wine dinner on September 27th, we have lots to share.
To view BB’s interview with Christine Pullara, host of WXIA Channel 11′s Atlanta & Company program, click here!
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Whether you book your Holiday Party at Carl House or let us bring the party to YOU…
Consider our Holiday Decoration, Floral Services and BB Brand Jewelry items for that special person in your life.
See Atlanta and Company’s host Christine Pullara interview BB Webb.
Hear about all things ‘BB’ as they relate to Carl House, brides, wedding trends, her outlook as an entrepreneur and other writing and speaking projects she has cooking!
We’re delighted to share our new e-Brochure, (available in hard copy through our office). Please scroll through the pages to learn about not just Carl House, but our select vendor partners, listed in the back of the publication. We’re honored to have them all featured in this beautiful publication.
For a list of our Hawthorne preferred vendors, please view our CarlHouse2011PP!
Owner BB Webb is rolling out a new jewelry line within Carl House called, BB Brand, Casual Elegance. She’s working with designer Sarah Zinn Vogel of SZV designs out of Shanghai, China. Her line is designed with the bride and bridal party in mind. For more information call Carl House at 770-586-0095 or email email@example.com Carl House will be unveiling this new line at their upcoming Bridal Event July 29th from 1-3pm. Call for reservations.
November 14, 2011 – BB Webb owner and entrepreneur of Carl House was nominated for Barrow Business Woman of the Year. Webb said, “although I was not the recipient of the award it was an honor to be nominated”. Read more about the event in the Barrow County News.
October 21, 2011 -Like a multi-faceted gemstone, Carl House delivers brilliantly from every angle. Owner BB Webb’s creative inspiration continues to place this award-winning special events and wedding venue in a category all its own. Click here to read more about the Carl House