The Cincinnati Enquirer featured David Tutera in John Kiesewetter’s Entertainment News.
Originally posted on January 28, 2011
Here’s a shout out to anyone planning a wedding soon: David Tutera from WE’s “My Fair Wedding” will be at Bridal and Formal Inc. in Reading noon-2 p.m. Sunday. He’s promoting his ”David Tutera by Faviana Spring 2011 Bridal Collection,” the first bridal fashion collection to carry his name. The store is at 300 West Benson St. Reading, 45215.
It’s free and open to “any bride that is interested in purchasing one of his gowns,” says Tina Minshall, the store’s advertising and promotions manager. She asks that people RSVP to her at (513) 821-6622 Ext. 14. “A reservation is useful but not required,” she says.
Three “My Fair Weddings” air Sunday on WE at 7 p.m. (a literary theme wedding), 8 p.m. (a “Wizard of Oz” wedding) and 9 p.m. (a safari theme).
Here’s more info about his Tutera’s Faviana collection:
Celebrity wedding planner and host of WE TV’s hit show “My Fair Wedding,” David Tutera, and special occasion dress house Faviana joined together to bring brides the ultimate luxury, David Tutera by Faviana, a line of lavish wedding gowns inspired by celebrity red carpet fashions. This is the first bridal fashion collection to carry the David Tutera name.
“Inspired by the red carpet, worn on the white carpet” is the signature of this luxury collection for brides who want to capture the essence of celebrity style for their big day. Designs range from classic and beautiful to dramatic and innovative, while reflecting the culture of couture.
“I’ve always felt that every bride should feel like a celebrity on her wedding day,” says David Tutera. “With my collection each gown is inspired by a celebrity who has worn it on the red carpet. I’ve seen women in the wrong dress, the wrong style, and the wrong silhouette for their body type. I wanted to make sure there was a dress for every woman out there that will make her look like a million bucks. I want to make every bride feel like a celebrity. That to me is special and different. Now movie star glamour is accessible for every woman. Now every bride can feel phenomenal on her wedding day.”
Faviana is one of the leading designers and producers of stylish, sophisticated evening wear in the world. Owned by the Moradi family for more than 20 years, Faviana is renowned for its innovative style, quality workmanship and exceptional fit as well as its meticulous attention to detail, including beading, sequins and embroidery.
David Tutera has been planning and designing spectacular weddings and events for over 20 years. A David Tutera Wedding is more than a party, it’s an event – one that truly tells a complete story, and what better way to complete the story then with a David Tutera by Faviana bridal gown. Every bride that wears a David Tutera by Faviana bridal gown feels beautiful and special, because David Tutera makes everything amazing.
David’s hit primetime show, “My Fair Wedding” on WE TV follows David as he completely transforms the wedding and look of a bride in distress, with only three weeks to go before her big day. With the clock ticking, David overhauls the design plans and orchestrates all the physical and emotional transformations the bride needs to become a poised and graceful bridal beauty just in time.
David’s impressive client list includes events for Jennifer Lopez, Matthew McConaughey, the Grammy Awards, Elton John, Barbara Walters, the Rolling Stones, Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, Susan Lucci, film premieres and parties for royalty, politicians and socialites.
David Tutera by Faviana has been on Access Hollywood, Good Morning America, InTouch, Life & Style, Brides, Bridal Guide, Ritz Carlton, New Jersey Bride, The Knot and InStyle.
Faviana’s unique designs have been featured on Access Hollywood, The View, the Today Show, E!, Reuters TV, CBS Evening News, Eyewitness News, NBC’s Weekend Today and Inside Edition. Celebrities who have worn Faviana include Kim Kardashian, Entertainment Tonight’s Thea Andrews and Dancing With The Stars’ Samantha Harris. Vanna White of ABC-TV’s Wheel of Fortune, the cast of CBS-TV’s The Bold and the Beautiful, ABC’s One Life to Live, WE TV’s My Fair Wedding, as well as the “briefcase girls” of Deal or No Deal, have all worn Faviana . Faviana dresses have graced the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine, OK!, Life & Style, InTouch Weekly, US Weekly, People StyleWatch and Women’s Wear Daily and are mentioned regularly on “Page Six” of the New York Post
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