Thursday, January 24, 2013


Main Street Greenville requests the honor of your presence in downtown Greenville for First Fridays: Wedding Walk!

Downtown Greenvile will once again come alive from 5:30-9:00 pm with 'First Fridays' kicking off for 2013 on Friday, February 1. The theme for this month's first Friday is a wedding walk tailored but not limited to soon-to-be newly weds and married couples. Sponsored by Romer's Catering, the event focuses on over 20 downtown businesses that serve the wedding industry. The free event allows groups and couples to explore the historic district in the evening at a relaxed pace and setting. The walk begins at Romer's, 118 E. Main Street, where a map and passport will be provided. The map will highlight businesses on the walk and the category they serve for weddings, newly weds and the not so newly weds!

Features of the walk include:

  • Renew your promise to your hunka hunka burn'n love with Elvis as your witness (available from 6-8 pm at Romer's)
  • Wedding favors that won't break the bank
  • The perfect look for your day
  • Stepping out in style
  • Sweeten the day with creative indulgence
  • Date night at your favorite downtown restaurant

St. Clair Manor hosts an open house and wedding vendors to end the evening walk.

Downtown Businesses participating in ‘First Fridays: Wedding Walk' are AAA, The A&B Coffee & Cake Co., AMS Uniforms, Artifacts Ink, Bach to Rock, The Bistro Off Broadway, Boutique on Broadway, Bread of Life Christian Bookstore, Brenda’s Beanery, The Bootery, Candy Bouquet, Cavalier Clothing, The Coffee Pot, D’Alessio’s, Daily Advocate, Danny’s Place, Double M Diner, Granny’s Corner, The Ivy League, Michael’s Clocks and Fine Jewelry, Merle Norman, Montage Café, Pamela’s, Readmore’s Hallmark, Roots Hair Salon, Sadie Grace, St. Clair Manor, Studio 1 Hair Designs, Third Street Market, Wieland Jewelers, Youniques.

‘First Fridays’ is presented by Main Street Greenville, a non-profit organization committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth in Historic Downtown Greenville. To learn more, visit or call 937-548-4998.

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