Northshore Magazine

January/February 2013

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s p e c i a l a d v e r t i s i n g No matter a woman���s size, shape, or tastes���a personalized wedding dress that fully flatters is to be found. Rendering product value and staff excellence, the boutique is a palace of possibilities. Recent expansion efforts have led to the opening of a sister shop: Lorraine Roy Sera, once a sixty-year staple in Danvers Square, now located at Bella Sera Bridal. Here, too, reign the finest accommodations and special occasion gowns to be remembered for life. For more information, call (978) 774-4077 or go to or ���Bella Sera Bridal & Lorraine Roy at Bella Sera Bridal is here for all of your bridal and wedding party gown needs. We look forward to every visit from our brides, their families and friends, and consider each of you a special jewel in the mosaic that makes this business shine.��� -Lisa Almeida and Heidi Nicholson, Co-Owners Bridesmaids Galleria provides stylish bridal attendants��� collections with eight of the top designers in the bridal industry. Whether looking for classic, contemporary, sophisticated, or chic, all styles are available in a variety of quality fabrics including bella chiffons, iridescent taffetas, and European satins. Dresses are available in various lengths and alterations can be made on any dress. Accessories are available, including bridesmaids��� jewelry sets and fashionable dyed-to-match footwear. Bridesmaids Galleria is an established, trusted, and credible operation with over 30 years in business. They offer flexible hours and exceptional personal service. For more information, call (781) 598-5003 or go to ���We offer the best dresses for your best friends.��� -Gayle Polcari, Owner s e c t i o n An inviting d��cor, tasteful displays, and welcoming staff make The Ivory Corset a great boutique for intimate apparel. Specializing in bridal and special occasion undergarments, the shop carries the finest line of bustiers, bras, and shapewear. Knowing full well how ill-fitting foundation pieces can compromise even the prettiest gowns or evening dresses, knowledgeable assistants guide clients through selections and fittings. Several choices in traditional bridal lingerie; a variety of styles, weights, and options for shapewear; a bustier and strapless bra selection; an array of fine silk and lace garters; and conventional, as well as extended sizes���make The Ivory Corset an excellent pre-wedding day destination. Housed inside The Bridal Center in downtown Andover���the largest one-stop bridal shopping destination in the country���The Ivory Corset joins forces with nine bridal businesses to make brides-to-be beautiful in every way. For more information, call (978) 409-1941 or go to ���Don���t forget the lingerie! Honeymoon, anniversary, birthday, romantic weekend away, or just because���indulge in some sexy lingerie, beautiful bra and panty sets, or comfy sleepwear. Valentine���s Day is just around the corner, so tell the guys, too!��� -Laura Hardiman, Owner A portfolio of tastefully fitted gowns, sharp-lined tuxes, and testimonials to beat the wedding band, make Madeleine���s Daughter Bridal Shop deserving of its many accolades. The boutique named ���the best independent bridal salon in the Northeast/New England region��� by BRIDES magazine features the finest designers in the field���from new american cuisine B Ohana offers New American Cuisine with a menu influenced by French techniques, Italian flavors & Asian spices. S ON2 1 20 or e ST B E of nor t h s h Catering On site or Off site for All Occasions Dinner Sun thru Thurs - 5:30 to 9pm Fri & Sat - 5:30 to 10pm 151 Main Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-3200 Follow us on Facebook | Check us out on Chronicle Wedding2013_FINAL.indd 80 Special wedding packages: Engagement Cocktail Party Rehearsal Dinner Reception Bridal Shower 978-470-1606 18 Elm StrEEt, AndovEr 11/29/12 3:43 PM

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