Ohio womens magazine hosts jewelry and champagne event
on Monday,July 19,2010 21:07
Two items that many women love are diamonds and champagne. Both will be present at this year's Bubbles and Baubles event in Cincinnati, Ohio. The party starts on July 21 at Aspara Asian Cuisine.
Local jewelry designers Elysium Originals and Serket Jewelry will be providing a wide variety of accessories for attendees to browse over, such as necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and brooches. All items will be for sale, and many will be offered at a discount.
Representatives from Votre Vu by Julena Bingaman will be present as well, providing samples of bath and body products. Several other vendors will be offering discounts on assorted women's products.
Women from around the area are encouraged to attend this free event, which does not require an RSVP, to enjoy delicious food and bubbly drinks while admiring the latest trends in accessories.
The event was created by Cincy Chic, an online lifestyle publication for women in the Greater Cincinnati area. The magazine, which boasts more than 15,000 subscribers, often hosts events such as ladies nights, networking parties and cooking clubs.
Attendees will be automatically entered to win a free weekend Lexus lease and a silver bracelet from Richter and Philips.
This event was created with help from jewelry and web designers, marketing professionals and event planners.
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