Baileywyck Bridal

Baileywyck Bridal Full service bridal registry combining "Something Old and Something New" www.baileywyckshoppes.com

The couple gets a % of their registry purchases back to use in shop or on additional registry items. $10,000 spent, a minimum of $1000. back

THIS weekend!
07/16/2015

THIS weekend!

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Lenore Winters Studio
10/11/2013

Lenore Winters Studio

Join us for our Decorative Painting Workshop on November 15th - 17th from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m to refinish a piece of your own! Please see attached image for more information or call us at the studio 301.654.6004. We would love for you to join us!

Matthew and Francine, our next bride and groomMay 2014Congratulations!
08/04/2013

Matthew and Francine, our next bride and groom
May 2014
Congratulations!

Baileywyck Antiques
05/22/2013

Baileywyck Antiques

Best Antique and Gift Shop! YAY Baileywyck Shoppes and Baileywyck Bridal

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For the bride:
05/02/2013

For the bride:

Our first bride Katie Barchas Wilson was married in Jamaica last week and the wedding was wonderful!
04/27/2013

Our first bride Katie Barchas Wilson was married in Jamaica last week and the wedding was wonderful!

03/07/2013

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02/26/2013

Teri Moy Photography
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Baileywyck Bridal endorses Teri Moy!
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Baileywyck Shoppes just received four new, lovely, designer wedding dresses. Beautiful beadwork, long trains and wonderf...
02/16/2013

Baileywyck Shoppes just received four new, lovely, designer wedding dresses. Beautiful beadwork, long trains and wonderful satin buttons down the back, classic elegance. Let us help your bride choose one. A donation to The Animal Rescue Fund and Golden Dreams Therapeutic Riding will be accepted for the dress.

Baileywyck Shoppes just received four new, lovely, designer wedding dresses. Beautiful beadwork, long trains and wonderful satin buttons down the back, classic elegance. Let us help your bride choose one. A donation to The Animal Rescue Fund and Golden Dreams Therapeutic Riding will be accepted for the dress.

02/16/2013

At Baileywyck Bridal and Gift registry we help you choose your tableware and bedding while introducing timeless sterling and handcrafted pieces from days gone by. What a wonderful way to start a life together or continue the relationship at hand.

"SOMETHING OLD, something new" Beautiful 19th century sterling silver certainly says forever.
02/16/2013

"SOMETHING OLD, something new" Beautiful 19th century sterling silver certainly says forever.

"SOMETHING OLD, something new" Beautiful 19th century sterling silver certainly says forever.

Happy Valentines to all our couples!  Stop in for  Valentines Day present!
02/14/2013

Happy Valentines to all our couples! Stop in for Valentines Day present!

Juliska is a dynamic, design-led company committed to bringing elegant European design to our modern homes. Our extensiv...
02/03/2013

Juliska is a dynamic, design-led company committed to bringing elegant European design to our modern homes. Our extensive collections of glassware, ceramics, linens, lighting and flatware all reflect our strong philosophy of historical styling imaginatively updated to suit today’s demanding lifestyles.

Juliska is a dynamic, design-led company committed to bringing elegant European design to our modern homes. Our extensive collections of glassware, ceramics, linens, lighting and flatware all reflect our strong philosophy of historical styling imaginatively updated to suit today’s demanding lifestyles.

For our Washington are brides looking for information, The Knot is a fantastic source.http://www.theknot.com/?MsdVisit=1
01/31/2013
TheKnot

For our Washington are brides looking for information, The Knot is a fantastic source.

http://www.theknot.com/?MsdVisit=1

Wedding Planning - Plan your wedding using TheKnot.com, your complete guide to wedding planning, wedding ideas, wedding dresses, wedding engagement and more.

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01/27/2013

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Simon Pearce is dedicated to the employees within our organization, the products we design and market, and the customers...
01/27/2013

Simon Pearce is dedicated to the employees within our organization, the products we design and market, and the customers we serve. Our vision is driven by the quality of who we are as well as the reputation of our products and services.

We strive for excellence by:

Creating a positive work environment that empowers employees, promotes innovation, and encourages personal and organizational development.

Developing, manufacturing, and marketing products that are beautifully designed, produced with premium-quality materials, and intended for a lifetime of everyday use.

Operating a world-class organization by providing exceptional service, and customer experiences that are rewarding and memorable.

Maintaining a commitment to the well-being of our local communities and environment.

Simon Pearce is dedicated to the employees within our organization, the products we design and market, and the customers we serve. Our vision is driven by the quality of who we are as well as the reputation of our products and services.

We strive for excellence by:

Creating a positive work environment that empowers employees, promotes innovation, and encourages personal and organizational development.

Developing, manufacturing, and marketing products that are beautifully designed, produced with premium-quality materials, and intended for a lifetime of everyday use.

Operating a world-class organization by providing exceptional service, and customer experiences that are rewarding and memorable.

Maintaining a commitment to the well-being of our local communities and environment.

Vietri's chic new pattern, Lastra, the forms are from old parmThe VIETRI Story      A magical family trip brings an Ital...
01/27/2013

Vietri's chic new pattern, Lastra, the forms are from old parmThe VIETRI Story A magical family trip brings an Italian tradition to the United States. The story of VIETRI started with a mother, Lee Gravely, and two daughters, Susan and Frances, on a magical trip to Italy in 1983. While visiting the Amalfi coast, they stayed at the San Pietro Hotel in Positano where they fell in love with the colorful, handcrafted dinnerware at their hotel. With what the trio describes as "typical family curiosity," they arranged to meet the artisans and spend three days watching them work at a nearby factory. Friendships developed between the talented Italians and the charming southern women who were enamored with their work. The trio returned home with "mix-and-match" patterns featuring whimsical cows, horses, rams and fish called Campagna that would become VIETRI's flagship dinnerware line. The Gravely women decided they wanted to import the Italian dinnerware and become wholesalers, selling to upscale retailers in the US. They worked long hours, day and night, carefully
researching all aspects of a new business that would quickly unfold before their eyes. The trio named their company VIETRI, Inc. after Vietri-Sul-Mare, a small Italian fishing village on the Amalfi Coast and a play on the phrase “tre vite,” Italian for “three lives.” To gauge market interest and identify potential buyers, they showed a trunk of Campagna samples to specialty gift stores up and down the East Coast. Interest was universal. In April 1984, the Gravely sisters showed their products at the New York Tabletop Show. VIETRI was an instant hit, and the rest is history.The VIETRI Story A magical family trip brings an Italian tradition to the United States. The story of VIETRI started with a mother, Lee Gravely, and two daughters, Susan and Frances, on a magical trip to Italy in 1983. While visiting the Amalfi coast, they stayed at the San Pietro Hotel in Positano where they fell in love with the colorful, handcrafted dinnerware at their hotel. With what the trio describes as "typical family curiosity," they arranged to meet the artisans and spend three days watching them work at a nearby factory. Friendships developed between the talented Italians and the charming southern women who were enamored with their work. The trio returned home with "mix-and-match" patterns featuring whimsical cows, horses, rams and fish called Campagna that would become VIETRI's flagship dinnerware line. The Gravely women decided they wanted to import the Italian dinnerware and become wholesalers, selling to upscale retailers in the US. They worked long hours, day and night, carefully researching all aspects of a new business that would quickly unfold before their eyes. The trio named their company VIETRI, Inc. after Vietri-Sul-Mare, a small Italian fishing village on the Amalfi Coast and a play on the phrase “tre vite,” Italian for “three lives.” To gauge market interest and identify potential buyers, they showed a trunk of Campagna samples to specialty gift stores up and down the East Coast. Interest was universal. In April 1984, the Gravely sisters showed their products at the New York Tabletop Show. VIETRI was an instant hit, and the rest is history.

Vietri's chic new pattern, Lastra, the forms are from old parmThe VIETRI Story A magical family trip brings an Italian tradition to the United States. The story of VIETRI started with a mother, Lee Gravely, and two daughters, Susan and Frances, on a magical trip to Italy in 1983. While visiting the Amalfi coast, they stayed at the San Pietro Hotel in Positano where they fell in love with the colorful, handcrafted dinnerware at their hotel. With what the trio describes as "typical family curiosity," they arranged to meet the artisans and spend three days watching them work at a nearby factory. Friendships developed between the talented Italians and the charming southern women who were enamored with their work. The trio returned home with "mix-and-match" patterns featuring whimsical cows, horses, rams and fish called Campagna that would become VIETRI's flagship dinnerware line. The Gravely women decided they wanted to import the Italian dinnerware and become wholesalers, selling to upscale retailers in the US. They worked long hours, day and night, carefully
researching all aspects of a new business that would quickly unfold before their eyes. The trio named their company VIETRI, Inc. after Vietri-Sul-Mare, a small Italian fishing village on the Amalfi Coast and a play on the phrase “tre vite,” Italian for “three lives.” To gauge market interest and identify potential buyers, they showed a trunk of Campagna samples to specialty gift stores up and down the East Coast. Interest was universal. In April 1984, the Gravely sisters showed their products at the New York Tabletop Show. VIETRI was an instant hit, and the rest is history.The VIETRI Story A magical family trip brings an Italian tradition to the United States. The story of VIETRI started with a mother, Lee Gravely, and two daughters, Susan and Frances, on a magical trip to Italy in 1983. While visiting the Amalfi coast, they stayed at the San Pietro Hotel in Positano where they fell in love with the colorful, handcrafted dinnerware at their hotel. With what the trio describes as "typical family curiosity," they arranged to meet the artisans and spend three days watching them work at a nearby factory. Friendships developed between the talented Italians and the charming southern women who were enamored with their work. The trio returned home with "mix-and-match" patterns featuring whimsical cows, horses, rams and fish called Campagna that would become VIETRI's flagship dinnerware line. The Gravely women decided they wanted to import the Italian dinnerware and become wholesalers, selling to upscale retailers in the US. They worked long hours, day and night, carefully researching all aspects of a new business that would quickly unfold before their eyes. The trio named their company VIETRI, Inc. after Vietri-Sul-Mare, a small Italian fishing village on the Amalfi Coast and a play on the phrase “tre vite,” Italian for “three lives.” To gauge market interest and identify potential buyers, they showed a trunk of Campagna samples to specialty gift stores up and down the East Coast. Interest was universal. In April 1984, the Gravely sisters showed their products at the New York Tabletop Show. VIETRI was an instant hit, and the rest is history.

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Baileywyck Bridal's cover photo
01/26/2013

Baileywyck Bridal's cover photo

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