Come see us at the Massillon Craft Fair tomrrow!


It’s the Countdown to Christmas Vendor Fair and Expo hosted by the Washington High School Choirs!
Come and get your one of a kind gifts and start checking off those Christmas Lists!
Everything you can think of all under one roof! We also will have basket raffles, 50/50 raffle all proceeds benefit the WHS choirs! This will be a FUN time for all!
Great Food and Shopping and Massages make it a girls day!
See you there!


Holiday Special Offer!!

Happy Holidays!  

We are offering a great special:

50% off any Event or Wedding Planning Packages!!

Must be booked by 12/31/2015.


Please contact us today for more information!

Phone:  330-313-6030



Ready for the Holidays? Need a Helper?


Are you ready for the Holidays? Never fear, we are here to help! We can assist you with the following:

Planning your Holiday Celebration
Selecting your Vendors: entertainment, photography, catering
Activities for family, friends, children
Shopping and Wrapping Gifts
Addressing Holiday Cards
Creating Gift Bags and Baskets for friends, family, clients
Vocal Performance – Carols, Holiday favorites, and more

Let us make your Holidays stress-free and bright! Message us or call us at 330-313-6030 today for rates and more information!

Love, Laughter & Elegance: Wedding & Event Planning


Planning your Holiday Party? We can help!

Are you planning your family or company Holiday Party?  Not sure where to start? Bring on the Bling!  We would love to help you celebrate the upcoming Holiday Season in style!  We can help you find the perfect location, classy theme and decorations, food and drinks, and fantastic entertainment!  We have a Party Planning Package that we would be happy to tailor to your needs.

Please call or email us to chat about your celebration.  You may reach us at 330-313-6030 or  Cheers!

Akron Santa Claus Proposes Marriage!

Akron Santa Proposes Marriage

I saw this story this morning on (Cleveland Channel 3):

A Santa Claus proposes marriage

Created: 12/24/2007 1:35:53 AM
Updated:12/24/2007 7:18:12 AM

AKRON — A local man switches places with a mall Santa Claus and surprises
his girlfriend with a marriage proposal.
This afternoon our news desk got a call from a viewer named Shawn Bammer 
telling us to send a camera to Chapel Hill Mall, here’s why.

Shawn dressed up like Santa Claus because he knew his girlfriend would be

waiting in line to sit on Santa’s lap.

Before Bethany Moneypenny got up to the front of the line, Shawn and

the “real” Santa switched places.

Bethany unaware of the switch was surprised by Bammer asking for her

hand in marriage. She said yes.

Photo credit:  (

“As Visions of Sugarplums Danced in Their Heads…”

Hello Everyone!

The Holidays are upon us!  In this busy season of shopping, baking, wrapping, gifting, and general merrymaking, remember that there is love.  Yes, love is all around us: love for family, love for friends, love for our pets, and yes, love for love!  Statistically, more couples get engaged between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day, then any other season of the year.  There are many holidays to choose from to pop the question: Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year’s, and Valentine’s Day.  Hopeful brides-to-be wonder, sometimes agonized, over whether their beaus will go down upon bended knee, asking the all important question.  Proposals can be simple or elaborate, but all are heartfelt, and more than a few tears will be shed.  It’s a wonderful moment, and will always be remembered.  It is with these sentiments in mind, that I anticipate the time period after the holidays, what I call “The Bridal Blitz.”  

Bridal retailers look forward to the onslaught of starry-eyed brides after the holidays.  It’s also no wonder that the bridal magazines have their largest issues at the beginning of the calendar year.  Love propels the wedding industry forward at an astounding speed.  Bridal shows pop up mere days after the New Year begins, and the vendors begin contacting prospects to book their services for the wedding.  Often, couples get caught up in the planning process, and the zillions of little details that inevitably go along with it, and forget to just enjoy being engaged.  I want to stress that it’s not all about the wedding, it’s about two people in love, who want to share their lives together.  I encourage couples to take time out, away from wedding planning, to reconnect and enjoy each other.  Take a walk, go for a really nice dinner and dancing, have a picnic in the park.  Go away for a weekend in another city, stay at a bed and breakfast, go to a concert or movie.  There’s lots to do, just like when they were first dating.  I encourage couples to talk, laugh, and dream.  Keep the flames of love burning.

I will make one final suggestion this holiday season.  Remember that love is all around us.  Life is a journey sweetened by love, and weddings are part of the journey.  (And hire a great wedding planner too, LOL!)