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National Cookie Day

National Cookie Day

Posted by on Dec 4, 2013 in Blog

Today is National Cookie Day, and it is the perfect day to eat something sweet and do something sweet, too. That’s why for the second year in a row the staff at Betsy Robinson’s got together for a cookie swap. Each participant baked up a few dozen of their best cookies and brought them in to share. The result was nearly 700 cookies in more than a dozen sumptuous varieties: chocolate chip, oatmeal, double chocolate chip, red velvet, lemon and on and on. But even better than the cookies was the $1 donation made by Glad for every cookie baked. The proceeds benefit pediatric cancer research and treatment, and it was so great to be a part of the fundraiser. As we begin the holiday season we wish everyone happy baking, and encourage them to host a cookie swap of their...

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Betsy Bride Spotlight

Betsy Bride Spotlight

Posted by on Nov 29, 2013 in Blog

On September 7th Kelly Sample and John Newby were married at the Floral Showhouse in Niagara Falls, Canada. Surrounded by friends and family and the majesty of the falls these two had the wedding of their dreams. We couldn’t be happier for the couple, and we are grateful to get the inside scoop on their big day along with some sneak peek pictures from photographer Joseph Vetrone. How did you and your fiance meet? We met through mutual friends. We were immediately inseparable. He demanded dinner, and that was it. What made you pick your wedding gown? After being engaged for 3 days, my fiancé came home with a few bridal magazines. I turned to the dress, and there was no turning back. To this day, I haven’t seen a dress I love like mine. You got to meet the designer of your dress, Matthew Christopher, right? How did that feel? I felt like a queen, like the only bride in the store when I first walked in. I tried on other dresses first, and then couldn’t wait to try on my dress. I knew it was the one, no question. Matthew called the shop to talk to me, and it made the experience completely surreal. After reading about him, and envying his work, talking to him, and buying his dress felt like a dream come true. Describe your wedding in 5 words. Love. Surreal. Majestic. Fairytale. Perfect. What was the best part of your wedding? When I saw my groom see me- that’s why it was so important to look and feel my best. I got the reaction every bride dreams of. What’s the best piece of advice you got that you would like to pass along? The day will fly. Your head will spin. Try to enjoy the process, and realize that the most important thing is marrying your soul mate. At the end of the day, if that is a success, then so is your wedding. That is all that will matter to you, to him, and to all your...

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Something for Pet Lovers

Something for Pet Lovers

Posted by on Oct 18, 2013 in Blog

Weddings are great ways to honor the people who are most important to the couple getting married. Who will walk the bride down the aisle? Who gets a special mention in the program? Who gets a seat of honor in the front row? For most people close friends, siblings, parents and grandparents occupy these positions, but for a couple on the less traditional side their pets make the perfect people. Pets play just as much a role in the cultivation of a relationship as the two people involved. In fact, many couples form a sort of family with themselves and their pets long before they are even married. Why not then give that pet, that member of the family a position of honor at the wedding? We love the trend of including pets and there are so many ways to do it. They can be in the engagement photos, they can hold a sign with the wedding date for the save the dates, they can carry the ring down the aisle, they can greet guests as they make their way into the reception, or they can pose with guests for candid photographs. So have fun with your big day and include the people and animals most important to you. Just be sure to clear the furry friends with your venue!...

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Take a Break

Take a Break

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in Blog

Planning a wedding is like having a second job. It’s work. It can still be fun and it can be a great way to bring you and your future spouse closer together, but it’s still a project. It’s early morning emails, late night phone calls, errands halfway across town in rush-hour traffic. It’s frantic texts and meetings on your lunch hour. And the closer you get to the wedding the more stuff you find you have to do until you seem lost in a swirl of place cards and napkin choices, and who hasn’t sent a reply card and what earrings should the bridesmaids wear and hair up or hair down? And should the toasts be before the first dance or after? The nightmares start. And then the nightmares get weirder. Before you know it Diana Ross has crashed the party and is now dictating the color of the table linens. Hold on. Somewhere along the line priorities have gotten flipped upside down. The details, the little things that no one will notice or talk about in five years let alone five weeks, have somehow pushed their way to center stage. They have pushed their way in and have obscured the most important thing about this whole wedding thing, in fact, the only important thing; you and your future spouse are getting married. You are standing in front of the people you care about and you are making public the most noble of promises. Keep that in mind. Take a breath. Keep that in mind and because it is Friday take the night off from wedding stuff. Go to dinner and talk about non-wedding things. See a movie. Curl up on the couch and watch reality tv. Grab a drink and a really greasy slice of pizza afterwards. Waste time. Don’t think about the millions of things you have to do. They can wait. Take a day or a night for you and your fiancé and enjoy being engaged....

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Betsy Robinson's Bridal Collection
1848 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Phone 410-484-4600
Fax 410-484-6035
Please use the city of 'Pikesville' if you are using a Navigation system.

Store Hours

Mon & Fri 11am-6pm
Wed & Thurs 11am-8pm
Sat 10am-5pm
Sun 11am-4:30pm
Closed Tuesdays. Receptionist is available to make appointments and handle customer service questions.