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Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Blog

The latest addition to our ever-increasing stock of bridal gowns is one from couture designer Enaura Bridal. We are excited to have it here because it’s gorgeous, but it also perfectly exemplifies Enaura’s style, mission, and general handiwork.     Firstly, the beadwork is out of this world. It’s rare to see a gown so heavily beaded, and I do mean heavy, but here it is done in the most masterful, artful way. It’s beaded from head-to-toe, but the overall effect of this isn’t gaudy, as it could be, it’s elegant. It glows and shimmers and sparkles with every movement and that’s because of the countless hours of work and hand-beading that go into every gown. The amount of work that it takes to create this perfect effect is astounding.   That work is evident in the second most important aspect of Enaura and that’s fit. It fits like a glove because it is designed and constructed so well. It hugs the body in all the right places and then gracefully cascades to the floor in a waterfall of beading.   And now all that beauty and beading is just waiting to be tried on.  ...

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Feature Bride

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Blog

  Today I am so pleased to share with you another Betsy Bride wedding. Mary Claire and her now-husband Casey met each other their freshman year of college at Johns Hopkins where they lived next door to one another. Eventually their friendship turned romantic and eight years later they tied the knot in Charleston, South Carolina at the Island House on March 27th.     The photos tell the story of a very happy couple who focused their wedding around the things that matter to them most: friends, family and fun. “We made decisions based on what we liked and what made us happy within our budget, without worrying about tradition or customs,” Mary Claire says.     They also made sure to incorporate both of their personalities into the wedding to make it truly their own. “I love pink,” says Mary Claire, “so I went with a pink dress.  Casey is southern so we had the men in vineyard vines ties.  Family is important to both of us, so we had my brother officiate the ceremony, my mother and Casey’s grandmother do readings, and pictures from our parents and grandparents wedding days on display during the reception.”   Mary Claire’s favorite part of the wedding was the reception or simply put, the dance party. “I loved being able to move and groove with everyone on the dance floor.  It was so great to see everyone having a fun time!”   As with all weddings the fun time flew by in the blink of an eye, which is why Mary Claire cautions future brides to enjoy every second of it. “Don’t sweat the small stuff or the things out of your control.  I was stressed up until my wedding day about rain, when I should have just enjoyed the pre-wedding time with friends and family because my worrying was not going to change the weather forecast.”     Naturally, the weather was beautiful, the bride was gorgeous, and every detail big or small could not have been more perfect. Congratulations to Mary Claire and Casey!   Photos Courtesy of Dana Cubbage Weddings  ...

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Look Who’s Here

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in Blog

  I can’t say enough wonderful things about this Carolina Herrera gown that we just got in stock. It features short sleeves, an illusion neckline, delicate lace embroidery and an A-line silhouette. It also has a subtle sparkle and ribbon details around the wait and bodice. Despite the obvious signs of design, craftsmanship and creativity that have gone into this gown, the overall impression is simply effortless.   It’s just easy. It’s easy to imagine wearing. It’s easy to feel the skirt swishing around you as you walk and hear it rustling as you twirl. It’s easy to picture yourself in it as you walk down the aisle.  ...

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Instagram Contest

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015 in Blog

In case you missed it, today we announced our very first Instagram contest in an effort to build a stronger community of past and present Betsy Brides. We love our brides, and we are interested in their whole story, from their engagement to their wedding colors to their walk down the aisle. We invite you all to follow us on Instagram and share your stories with us through your photos.     Entry is pretty simple. All you need to do is follow us on Instagram and tag us in a wedding related post. Show us your ring. Show us your wedding venue. Show us your handmade invitations. Show off a little. We don’t mind a little bragging. Entries will be accepted now through the end of April at which time we will announce three finalists for our followers to vote on. First prize is $100 in Betsy Bucks, which are good toward any purchase in store, and second prize is $50 in Betsy Bucks. But more importantly you’ll be a part of our Betsy Bride community, and you’ll get updates on all the wonderful things happening in our store. You’ll get to see when the newest gowns come in. You’ll get updates on all our Trunk Shows, and you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at all the care and creativity that goes into your salon experience. We welcome you to our community, and we look forward to your readership and your fantastic photos.  ...

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Wedding Inspiration

Posted by on Apr 9, 2015 in Blog

The new season of Game of Thrones starts on Sunday night, and if you’re like a lot of people you’ve probably already binge watched a season or two just to prepare for the premier. In fact, if you’re a Game of Thrones fan you have been waiting a long time for the series to start up again and in the meantime you’ve probably read every blog post, news article and behind the scenes expose that you could get your hands on. So why not take sometime to imagine your very own Game of Thrones inspired wedding? Here are eight things you need.   1. Goblets Extravagant dinnerware is a must. Whether it’s golden cutlery, embellished table runners, ornate candle holders or the ever present goblet, the table must be set perfectly.   2. Plenty of Wine Because what’s a good goblet without wine to put it in? Also, plenty of wine is a good rule of thumb for any special occasion.   3. Elaborate Hairdos Think way beyond the French braid if you want a truly inspired up do. The more braids the better, and if you can work some jewels and flowers in there the more the merrier.   4. Crowns Or maybe a tiara or a gold and glittering headpiece that helps let everyone know you are royalty and the star of the day. Well, really the star of everyday.   5. Rich textures & embroidered fabrics Plush rugs, embroidered tablecloths, brocade gowns, and thick tapestries draped on the wall. Can’t you just feel the opulence?   6. Entertainment Sword swallowers. Fire eaters. An aerial dance routine. Anything over the top because remember this is no ordinary wedding and a choreographed rendition of ‘Single Ladies’ just isn’t enough   7. Your Family Crest Don’t have one? Make one together with your fiancé and after the wedding you’ll have a perfect and unique piece of art commemorating your marriage.   8. Anything Gold What you are really trying to capture is old-world splendor and nothing does that better than gold. You can accomplish this with ornate gold picture frames, chunky gold jewelry, vintage candlesticks and a stellar gold...

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Look Who’s Here

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Blog

The stock in our salon is constantly changing as we get new gowns in, and one of the most helpful things we can do for our brides is alert them to what those new gowns are. Finding the perfect gown can take a lot of work, and even if you find your dream gown online it can be difficult to find it in-store. That’s why we are making more of an effort to showcase our new gowns and help brides get to know what is available.     To start things off I would like to introduce you to this Augusta Jones gown, Jo. This gown features a scoop neckline, illusion lace sleeves, and a low back with lace applique detail. The long sleeves and high neck give the gown a demure air that make the sheer low back all the more surprising and enticing. The gown is a perfect blend of vintage and modern, of simple and extravagant, and of modest and spunky.  ...

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Betsy Robinson's Bridal Collection
1848 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Phone 410-484-4600
Fax 410-484-6035
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Store Hours

Mon & Fri 11am-6pm
Wed & Thurs 11am-8pm
Sat 10am-5pm
Sun 11am-4:30pm
Closed Tuesdays