Knotted 2017

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The wedding Knotted will be back at The Takk House in Troy Sunday, March 26 from 1-4 pm. Blurbage:

Knotted is a curated wedding showcase for the offbeat couple who doesn't quite fit the traditional wedding market. This show is anything but that. Carefully curated Knotted is a collection of independent artists, musicians, planners, decorators and foodie superheros! This is a party. Not a convention.
You won't find yourself being herded like cattle through a banquet hall. This is going to feel like a VIP party that you snuck into. All the best businesses and crafters will be waiting for you. It is going to feel like a dream! Only well... not!

More than 30 vendors will be showing off their wedding-related wares and services. Also: There's a "no ice sculptures" rule, apparently.

General admission tickets are $8 online. There's also VIP ticket for $15 that gets you a tote gift bag and a drink voucher.

photo via Knotted

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