Toward the end of this month, boutique fashion meets the beauty of the Medina County countryside at Buffalo Creek Retreat. Save the date for October 26, because from 4 to 9 p.m. a glamorous ladies night out will benefit an amazing cause.
“Every November and December, the area is flooded with art shows and craft shows, and those are wonderful,” says Jeanne Hurt, an Event Planner & Organzier at Bloom Event Planning and Management Services. “They help you get a jump start on your holiday gifting, and they’re fun. We had the idea of creating a similar event, but instead of arts and crafts, a unique boutique shopping experience along with a fashion show making the night memorable.”
Amazing fashions from businesses like Noonday Collection, Sugar Loves Spice, Agnes & Dora, Facial Impressions, and Urban Lace will be on site to show off the chicest fashion trends. At All Decked Out, everything from clothing, accessories to spa and skin care products will be on site to help you start your holiday shopping. The event will feature a fashion show showcasing boutique items, starting at 7 PM, attendees will have the opportunity to see the latest fashion trends while having fun with celebrity emcee Desiray from Star 102.
“All Decked Out also helps you get prepared for the holidays,” says Hurt. “If you’re looking for that special outfit for a gala you plan to attend or want to get holiday hair and makeup ideas, All Decked Out is the place to go. The evening will be truly special— a night of fellowship and fun that benefits The Children’s Center of Medina County.”
“We are excited to be involved with such an exciting event,” says Anna Guy-Leach, Development Director of The Children’s Center of Medina County. “It is always a pleasure to partner with members of our community. The Children’s Center of Medina County has served the area for ten years, and it is wonderful to be able to spread awareness of our work.”
The mission of The Children’s Center of Medina County, she explains, is to nurture abused and neglected children through collaboration, advocacy, treatment, and prevention. As the only childrens advocacy centers in the Medina County area, many of the services provided are not found in other counties — an accomplishment The Center is very proud of. Since 2007, we have fulfilled our mission by impacting the lives of over 9,000 children providing them an opportunity to have a safe, healthy and happy childhood.”
The event will celebrate The Children’s Center of Medina County’s approach to family and community unity by creating an exciting night of camaraderie. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door, and admission allows guests the opportunity to relax, socialize, and shop while they enjoy light appetizers and a glass of wine.
“By the time November and December roll around, shopping has the potential to get tedious,” laments Guy-Leach. “There are so many constraints on time and so many demands involved in holiday prep. It’s really a kick off to the holiday season that allows you to begin shopping and lessen the holiday rush.”
“It’s all about providing a unique boutique experience,” gushes Hurt. “We will have a nice variety of clothing and jewelry, beauty goods, handmade soaps, and chic accessories, as well as a grand prize that individuals can purchase raffle tickets to win. We’re all excited for the most fashionable evening of the season!”
All Decked Out will take place October 26 at Buffalo Creek Retreat, 8708 Hubbard Valley Road, Seville. To purchase tickets, visit BloomEventPlanners.com and click on Events.