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Honey Bridal, New Shop From Sisters Behind Milk Handmade, Sets Opening Date

 Hallie Borden and her sister Dana Karlov will open Honey Bridal on June 2. Hallie Borden and her sister Dana Karlov will open Honey Bridal on June 2. View Full Caption
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ANDERSONVILLE — Hallie Borden and her sister Dana Karlov are ready to open up shop and celebrate.

From 6-9 p.m. on June 2, the sisters will celebrate the opening of Honey Bridal, 5135 N. Clark St., and the fifth anniversary of Milk Handmade, 5137 N. Clark St., according to a Facebook page advertising the event.

The event is free and open to the public, but the owners ask that those planning to visit RSVP. There will be cocktails and a whiskey tasting courtesy of KOVAL Distillery, sweets courtesy of Sugar Hills Bakery, florals courtesy of Wild Floral Design and a Fotio photobooth, according to the event page.

“Honey is a modern wedding shop where you are free to be exactly who you are. We stock dresses and separates that range from understated and untraditional to full-on ball gown,” the duo advertised in their event listing.

Karlov hails from the wedding industry, while Borden is a former corporate marketing professional who opened Milk Handmade in 2012.

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