Northshore Magazine

January/February 2013

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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s p e c i a l a d v e r t i s i n g s e c t i o n antique barn, and pondside reception in our majestic pine grove. By hosting only one wedding per day, you can choose your own time frame and receive our full attention.��� -Ashley Piazza, Director of Events We���ll make sure your intimate apparel fits just as beautifully as your dress. ��� One Main Street, 3rd FlOOr, andOver, Ma 01810 978-409-1941 ��� www.IvoryCorset.Com Flowers by Petros Flowers by Petros 4 Elm Street, Ispwich, MA 01938 978.356.0003 Wedding2013_FINAL.indd 76 After ten years in the business, Tim Hopkins Catering has strong roots in its North Shore neighborhood. By maintaining relationships with the area���s finest restaurateurs, most exclusive establishments, and distinguished florists, photographers, and equipment rental agencies���Hopkins and his partner, Paul ten Hope, have earned a solid reputation in the community. That reputation puts them at the top of A-list caterers. Having tended over 200 weddings, the team has mastered a talent for customizing menus in such a way as to make food reflect the tastes and characters of the couple being celebrated. By using local produce and seafood, Tim Hopkins Catering creates menus with distinct North Shore flavors. From classic weddings to whimsical celebrations, their dishes complement every affair and ���strike the perfect tone.��� Ambrosial ingredients, sensitivity to clients��� varying budgets, and sheer culinary talent go into every special feast. Whether served at a client���s home or in a public venue, attention to detail and quality reign. From intimate family dinners to extravagant corporate galas for 500, Tim Hopkins Catering���s seasoned chefs, servers, and bartenders deliver divine delectables to every table served. For more information, call (978) 768-9990 or go to ���We continue the trend of quality of food and excellence of service, which ensures couples that they will have a wonderful and delicious wedding reception. We often hear from clients that their guests are ���still raving about our food,��� sometimes years after the event. That is the highest compliment.��� -Christiane Hopkins, Event Planner and Marketing Manager/Owner The exclusive Willowdale Estate is a time-honored mansion nestled inside Bradley Palmer State Park. Resplendent with New England charm and built in 1901, the cobbled fieldstone mansion stands strong with history. Lovingly restored courtyard gardens, beautiful grounds, warm Arts & Crafts interiors, masterful woodwork, and artistic detail combine for a deeply inspiring setting. A professional staff provides full-service catering and convenient, customizable packages that include: a cocktail hour; entr��e selection; wedding cake; linens; and flat, glass, and stemware. Site rentals also include the option for an onsite ceremony, private use of the estate, hospitality suites, planning tools, resource provisions, and overall event support. Willowdale ensures all details are looked after, making for magical, worry-free events. Complete privacy in a tasteful, rural setting; year-round options for reception space, including a Sperry tent from May through October; a butterfly garden and tented pavilion; and an excellent staff make Willowdale Estate a leading choice for life���s most important days. For more information, call (979) 887-8211 or go to ���Boston���s North Shore is the perfect place to get married at any time of year, and Willowdale Estate is making it easy for couples to plan the perfect wedding, in the perfect location.��� -Sarah Boucher, Assistant Planning / Marketing Manager After 20 years spent exploring the nuances of food and wine, owner of Andover���s wine-sense, Samanta Ettore, is a trustworthy expert. With an enviable palate behind every selection, Ettore brings into her little shop the most delightful specialty wines���both domestic and 11/29/12 3:43 PM

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