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Dr. Dean Kane at Robinson’s Bridal Saturday, March 10

Posted by on Mar 10, 2013 in Blog

Dr. Dean and Lauri Kane from the Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa will be at Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection this Saturday, March 10th This Saturday, March 10th, Dr. Dean and Lauri Kane and their staff from the Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa will be available at the Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection to offer plastic surgery consultations and answer of any of your cosmetic questions. Dr. Dean and Lauri Kane can talk to you about the latest advances in Skin Care, non-surgical approaches to Facial Rejuvenation with Botox, Dysport and Fillers, the newest in Face Lifting procedures, as well addressing the most up to date plastic surgery procedures for the breast including breast augmentations and breast lifts and body contouring including tummy tucks, liposuction, arm and thigh lifts. Skin care gifts will be given to those individuals who would like to meet with the Kanes. They will also provide a 50% off introductory special pricing for Botox/Dysport, select Laser Hair Removal packages and Select Facials. The Kane’s have created a beautiful setting at the Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa where your bridal party can enjoy special Bridal Spa Packages. The Center is located just around the corner from Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection in Pikesville. You can view all their services at www.DrDeanKane.com. They will be available from 9:30 to 5:00 all day Saturday at Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection. For anyone who meets with them this Saturday they will provide a Free more formal consultation at their Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa at 1 Reservoir Circle, Pikesville, MD...

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Robinson’s Bridal at Engaged! At The Four Seasons

Robinson’s Bridal at Engaged! At The Four Seasons

Posted by on Mar 9, 2013 in Blog

We are excited to be participating in this luxury bridal experience!  Tonight from 6 to 9:30pm, right in Harbor East. Secure your tickets here. See the fabulous new 5-star Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore! Mix and mingle, sip and sample, and experience the best of the best of Baltimore’s finest wedding vendors and services. A night to remember! Begin your wedding planning in style and visit Engaged! at the Four Seasons...

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2013 Stationery Trends

2013 Stationery Trends

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Blog

Guest post by Hannah Rodewald of The Pleasure of Your Company. Every January, when new invitation albums come in and the latest new samples arrive from our designers, we always wonder which designs and trends will be the most popular with brides. Brides are planning so many different looks for their weddings, everything from a rustic but chic wedding in a barn or vineyard with lots of burlap and lace to an ultra-sophisticated wedding with a very minimalist urban look. And the good news is that wedding designers are on top of it and creating invitations for every new look. Visit here for some of the trends we’ve spotted:   Heavy stock Letterpressed invitations look better when printed on a heavier bamboo or cotton card. But even when the bride is choosing an engraved or digitally printed invitation, many want the heavier feel of a 192# or 600 gsm card.   Foil Major wow factor in adding foil printing to the invitation to highlight the bride and groom’s names or a design element. Lace Brides are choosing lace wedding gowns and lacy linens for the wedding reception and then picking up that theme in their invitations. We are doing blind-embossed lace borders and motifs, and adding actual lace to the invitations which adds great texture.   Typography as art All the old rules about not using more than three fonts, not mixing two scripts together, not using more than a few point sizes are out the window. The result is creative, one of a kind typesetting.  Calligraphic swashes and flourishes, names running off the edges of the invitations, and poster-like blocks of text all add interest to the invitation. A Sense of Fun Even the most formal brides and grooms are incorporating an element of fun in their wedding invitations. Folk art illustrations of the bride and groom and even their dog adorn invitations. Wedding invitations tell the couple’s love story. Destination maps and nautical charts are printed on the envelope linings. The response card can be a mad lib fill-in-the words response. The rules of etiquette have become just guidelines as brides are more creative with wording. And...

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Watters Weekend

Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in Blog

Mid-January is a tough stretch of the year; Christmas is over, it’s cold and dreary, and spring seems like it will never come. Luckily, Betsy Robinsons is here to get you through the winter blues. That’s because this weekend is Watters weekend. Maybe you already know how exciting Watters weekend is, in which case you have probably already picked up the phone to make an appointment, but if you don’t then let me tell you. Periodically throughout the year designers send their best dresses all across the country in what are called trunk shows. Betsy Robinsons usually has a few trunk shows each month, which means that we get dresses, styles, and sizes that we might not have in the store normally. It’s a great way to see an extensive amount of any one particular designers work. What makes Watters weekend so great is that Watters is such a popular, beautiful and affordable brand. We will not only have wedding gowns to showcase this weekend but also bridesmaids dresses, a line of mother of the bride and mother of the groom dresses, and flower girl dresses in a range of colors. Special pricing is also available during the event. Oh, but there is still more. Maria Prince, the Vice President and Director of Design at Watters will be in the store to help brides select the perfect gown. Naturally, she knows the collection in and out and is the perfect person to answer your questions and dress you up. But let’s say you already have your dress, what could possibly excite you about Watters weekend. Well, yes, the dress is important, but you have to remember to, as our experts like to say, finish the story. Thomas Knoell and Toni Federici are the perfect people to help you do that. Thomas Knoell, of Thomas Knoell Designs crafts jewelry and headpieces of unparalleled beauty. He will be here in person to help give you an outstanding experience. Meanwhile, Toni of Veils by Toni will be here with her soft, delicate, beautiful and nationally sought after veils. Feel free to visit their websites and familiarize yourself with some of their beautiful...

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Cookie Swap with a Twist!

Cookie Swap with a Twist!

Posted by on Dec 19, 2012 in Blog

When it comes to bridal showers there are so many options to consider and so many trendy ways to keep guests excited and involved. Bridal bingo is one way to go, if you have to, but the team at Betsy’s has recently stumbled on something a whole lot sweeter. There is no shortage of holiday spirit around the salon and so the girls got together this past week for a good old fashioned cookie swap with a brand new twist. Each participant baked up a few dozen cookies, from ginger snaps to snickerdoodles, to some delightful biscotti and brought them in to share. The break room was decked out with the bright holiday cookies, and each girl brought home her treats in a nice holiday container. It had all the usual benefits of a cookie swap, but thanks to a quick email to a Glad representative, each cookie baked resulted in a $1 donation to pediatric cancer research. Together, we raised over $700 to help kids fight cancer. That’s just pretty sweet and it’s something for brides to keep in mind as they plan their festivities. It was easy to do and everyone walked away with a great treat. For those interested in more information about a cookie swap of your own, please contact  Ms. Jackie Gonzalez-Feezer lacasadesweets@gmail.com...

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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.