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 Monique Lhuillier, Pronovias, and Maggie Sottero, to Watters, Amsale, Jenny Packham, and beyond. Brides need not travel into Boston to find the perfect purchase, choice gowns and praiseworthy professional customer service are to be had (tax-free!) in New Hampshire. Luxurious comfort, talented consultants, and expansive private suites are among the reasons Madeleine���s Daughter has earned the trust of regional brides for over 35 years. A constant stream of thank-you notes remind staff that the pride they take in their work is much appreciated. With every detail attended to���from the selection of gowns to final alterations���the shop���s adherence to personalized attention wins favor time and again. Bridal and special occasion gowns; bridesmaid, mothers���, and flower girl dresses; veils, headpieces, shoes, undergarments, jewelry, and purses are all among Madeleine���s many offerings. Additionally, recent expansion has meant the opening of a sister store, Soire�� Prom and Tux���located in an adjacent plaza. Featuring a myriad of prom gowns and tuxes from the likes of Jovani, Sherri Hill, Terani, and Flirt��� Soire�� makes choosing formalwear for that favorite of teens��� nights, something special. For more information, call (603) 431-5454 or go to ���What is most important to brides, from my perspective, is that they feel welcomed, relaxed, and not pressured. I want them to feel like they have the best selection combined with the best customer service. Our consultants have a passion for bridal[s] and it really shows; they know the inventory, they know what to suggest to flatter figures, and they work within any budget. We are so honored to be a part of one of the most important days of their lives.��� -Elizabeth Dirom, Owner s e c t i o n Flowers, Jewelry, & Accessories There are many reasons 3rd- and 4th-generation customers return to EB Horn Jewelers for engagement and wedding rings. Being Boston���s oldest family-owned jeweler means a rare level of expertise. An unparalleled collection of finery, conversant staff, and a convenient Downtown Crossing location make EB Horn a must-visit when considering an important purchase. Specializing in engagement rings, jewelry, watches, and estate items, the dealer promises a well-rounded education regarding all pieces. Renowned designers like Christopher Designs, Verragio, and Whitehouse Brothers are available for discerning guests��� perusal. No question will go unanswered, no desire left unmet. For treasures that will last a lifetime and beyond, EB Horn offers the finest quality choices. For more information, call (617) 542-3902 or go to ���We strive to make the selection of an engagement ring or wedding band as exciting, fun and memorable as the events that follow. We are dedicated to quality and service because we understand our customers are celebrating moments that will last for a lifetime.��� -Courtney Finkel For seven generations, Elyse Fine Jewelers has designed and created original works of art, specializing in diamonds and colored gems. Offering an extensive collection of hand-crafted engagement rings, wedding bands, and bridal jewelry���the gemologist sources and supplies superior precious stones in a broad range of styles. Most jewelers focus exclusively on the bride, but Elyse Fine Jewelers views the groom as equally deserving of distinguished adornment; they William J. Creed & SonS. lTd. New England���s Society Caterers Since 1909 TUXEDO SALES & RENTALS Canali, Hugo Boss, Joseph Abboud, Hickey Freeman, Lauren by Ralph Lauren and more. In stock now. 85 Andover Street, Route 114, Danvers | 978-774-4080 | Wedding2013_FINAL.indd 82 Weddings Dinner Parties Cocktail Supper Receptions Corporate Luncheons Afternoon Teas Beverly Farms, MA 01915 Beverly 978-921-0100 Boston 617-536-1155 11/29/12 3:44 PM

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