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Expanding Registry Options

Posted by on Dec 5, 2011 in Blog

This morning’s Washington Business Journal is reporting that Bozzuto homes is now offering a Bridal Registry. Engaged couples can add funds or request that funds be added toward the purchase of a new home and Bozzuto will match up to $15,000. There are other unique Bridal Registries available these days as well. You can register for your honeymoon or even register for stocks and mutual funds. And with superstores like Target, even with a more traditional registery, you can stray from the norm. There’s nothing to prevent brides and grooms from registering for everything from iPads and computers to clothes, shoes, and accessories. It used to be that registries were for china, crystal and silver, but over the years it’s expanded to include pretty much anything you want. What do you think about this change? Have you registered for anything unique? Would you register for a new...

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Watters | WToo | Thomas Knoell Designs | Brides White Hot Hope TRUNK SHOW

Watters | WToo | Thomas Knoell Designs | Brides White Hot Hope TRUNK SHOW

Posted by on Oct 22, 2011 in Blog

Betsy is just back from the Spring 2012 runway shows and we’re excited to have Watters & WToo bridal & bridesmaids gowns, right from the runway! We’re the first show since the Bridal Market and you all will be the first to see these gowns in person!! Not to mention that we also have the fabulous Thomas Knoell Designs in store too!  And he’s got some new designs from the market as well. This weekend is a big weekend for those reasons alone, but we’re also participating in the BRIDES White Hot Hope event all day today. We’ll be giving away the BRIDES White Hot Hope bracelet to the first 50 brides. Sugarbakers will be serving cupcakes. From 2-5pm The Wine Source will be serving champagne. And Perskie Photography and Design will be providing one of their photobooths. We’d love to see...

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An Interview with Anne Sachs of Artful Weddings By Sachs Photography

An Interview with Anne Sachs of Artful Weddings By Sachs Photography

Posted by on Oct 3, 2011 in Blog

Anne Sachs is a well known wedding photographer from Artful Weddings by Sachs Photography, and we love her work. Both she and her husband have been photographing weddings since 1997. Before that her husband was a commercial photographer in New York. She was kind enough to answer some questions about her process and what draws her to wedding photography. First and forefost we wanted to know what drew them to weddings. Anne says: We absolutely love capturing interesting, artistic images. Both Joe and I have backgrounds in the arts, having taken classes in oils and drawing; but photography gives one an opportunity to create in a very fluid and immediate way. Weddings give us a tremendous amount to work with – interesting, beautiful people; dressed in the most gorgeous gowns and tuxedos; at locations that are beautiful. Plus it’s the happiest day of someone’s life. There is just so much emotion, joy and love that you could document forever Since they’ve been photographing weddings in the area for so long, naturally, they have some favorite spots around town: the Peabody Library, Walters Art Museum and the Engineer’s Club. She says that the combination of gorgeous architecture, along with beautiful Mount Vernon Park, makes capturing beautiful images a no brainer. And as luck would have it, the Fall is her favorite time of year in which to work because of the crisp air, bright colors and amazing natural light. There are many factors in a “great” wedding photo, not the least of which is the photographer’s skill with a camera. However, some other factors that play into it, include the eye of the photographer in finding and capturing just the right moment in just the right place and now days, thanks to digital photography, the skill of the photographer in the editing room. Anne says that when capturing images they look for “locations and backgrounds that convey the “scene” i.e. if we’re photographing an outdoor wedding near the water, we look for a great spot that shows off the water location. We are also looking for interesting backgrounds – brick or stone walls; a fence that the eye can follow...

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Blue by Enzoani Trunk Show September 30, October 1 & 2

Posted by on Sep 23, 2011 in Blog

Blue by Enzoani is known for innovative style, exceptional quality, and service. The gowns are priced between $1,000 and $1,800 and are gorgeous. This trunk show will features not only gowns from the 2011 collection but also Spring 2012 gowns direct from the runways of the Chicago Bridal Market. No other brides will have seen these gowns yet as ours in one the first trunk shows to take place since Chicago. Here is a sampling of some of the 2011 Blue by Enzoani gowns. To see even more and take a look at the 2012 collection please call 410-484-4600 to make an appointment. We’d love to see you...

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Essence of Australia and Thomas Knoell Designs Trunk Show | September 9, 10, 11 | Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Essence of Australia and Thomas Knoell Designs Trunk Show | September 9, 10, 11 | Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Posted by on Sep 1, 2011 in Blog

With gowns starting at just $950, Essence of Australia makes beautiful, affordable gowns to suit any style. Traveling the world for inspiration, the gowns offer a diverse selection and include fabrics such as silk satin, lace and chiffon. The backs of the gowns can be customized to suit your taste, and can either zip or lace of up the back. Thomas Knoell will be in store on Saturday and Sunday and his signature accessories will complete the look for your wedding day. Please call to book an appointment (410)...

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Location and Contact

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.