Part Two: Standouts from The Weekender Dallas
s Part Two of my Weekender Dallas recap, I have to share a few more fantastic vendors that caught my eye. This event featured the best of the best, so it’s worth noting them one last time…
If you’re looking to purchase a beautiful piece of jewelry for yourself, a loved one, or your about to get engaged/married, MB Jewelers is someone to stop and really take a good look at. Based in Los Angeles, this jeweler can customize jewelry until it’s exactly what you want it to be (and they do just that for jewelry stores all over the nation). I tried on several of the diamond rings, all of which were stunning, and the prices seemed more than fair for the sparkling carats. Curious, I went online to read reviews and was impressed to find so many glowing statements from happy customers. One thing every reviewer touches on is the great customer service and the price less than they shopped anywhere else. And when you’re looking at something THIS amazing…
…price does matter. If you want more information on MB Jewelers and to see their collection, head to their website.
To make that bling show up even more, it never hurts to have a safe tan. B. Bronz Spray Tanning has come to Dallas, and as an avid spray tanner, I was more than thrilled that this spray solution doesn’t smell, feel tacky or sticky (yuck!), and dries super quickly. With no harsh chemicals and a lovely golden color, this line is a welcome addition to a tanner’s black book. B. Bronz has locations in Arlington, Colleyville, Fort Worth, and Dallas, and if you need them to come to you, they can do that, too.
Last, but certainly not least, is Deborah Main Designs. I haven’t ever seen handmade pillows quite like these. As one of the few home decor vendors at The Weekender Dallas, women were fascinated with these gorgeous creations. Specializing in one-of-a-kind pillows with antique fabrics, French trim, and beautiful ribbon, Deborah Main creates art pieces for the home.
All handmade in Austin, TX, many of these pillows also feature jewelry-some from the late 1800’s to the 1970’s. And who doesn’t want a beautiful conversation piece sitting on their bed, couch, window seat, or formal chairs? I highly recommend visiting deborahmaindesigns.com to see samples of the incredible modern day heirloom pillows. Never forget: a pillow can make a room.