There is so much that goes into planning a great wedding. Couples must secure a venue, invite and notify guests, choose a bridal party and so much more. Being asked to be in someone’s wedding is a great honor and privilege. The happy couple will receive many gifts from well-wishing family and friends. The couple will also purchase thank you gifts for their bridal party. These gifts can be very thoughtful and reasonably priced. Here are five unique and great places in Baltimore to purchase bridal party thank you gifts.
Baltimore Coffee & Tea Company
9 W. Aylesbury Road
Timonium, Md. 21093
Baltimore Coffee & Tea Company has been in business since 1895, offering unique coffee, food, gifts and tea. You can create gift baskets featuring Baltimore Coffee & Tea Company items for your bridal party. The store has caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea. Some unique items you will find in the store include Double Chocolate Coffee, Eastern Shore Tiger Chai tea, Be-Bop Individual English Toffee Biscotti, the Night & Day Collection, coffee and tea accessories and much more. You can shop online or visit one of the three Maryland area stores, located in Annapolis, Frederick and Timonium. If you are not sure what to get, you can always give a gift card.
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St.
Baltimore, Md. 21231
Teavolve Café & Lounge is a nice and reasonably priced café in Baltimore’s Harbor East neighborhood. Teavolve provides very delicious food in a peaceful atmosphere. You can treat your bridal party to a great meal, happy hour and more. Teavolve serves breakfast until 4 p.m. on weekdays and also has a weekday happy hour from 4-7 p.m. featuring delicious food and great drinks. There is also a special Friday Happy Hour called Freeload Fridays featuring DJ Phaze. A reservation is recommended for Freeload Fridays. Some great menu items include crab and egg croissant, Carolina shrimp & grits, adult grilled cheese Panini, more than 40 loose leaf teas, many homemade desserts and much more.
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2020 York Road
Timonium, Md. 21093
Smyth Jewelers was established in 1914 and has been a great addition to Maryland, with locations in Annapolis, Ellicott City and Timonium. Smyth Jewelers gives you the option of making your purchase online or in person. If you have bridal party members who do not live in Maryland, you can have their gift shipped directly to their house. The gift options are endless. You can buy jewelry, pins, cuff links, key chains, picture frames and much more. You can also get gifts that are in the uniquely Maryland collection which features Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens, Maryland crab and Natty Boh items. You can also give a gift card which will allow your bridal party to pick out their own gift.
The Maryland Store
2200 Sykesville Rd.
Westminster, Md. 21157
The Maryland Store, located in Westminster, brings together the best aspects of Maryland in one place. You can give your bridal party gift cards or you can purchase gifts for each member — this store has something for everyone, offering Baltimore Ravens items, Old Bay seasoning, Maryland themed food, tea, coffee, jewelry, kitchen accessories, souvenirs and so much more. You can make your purchases online and have them delivered. The Maryland Store also has wedding services and products so you can get some items for your wedding, as well as gifts for your bridal party.
10 Cranbrook Road
Cocekysville, Md. 21030
Janda Florist has been serving Maryland since 1976. Janda Florist provides excellent service to every customer. This is a great place to get fruit or gift baskets, plants, flowers and more. You can say thank you to your bridal party with the help of Janda Florist. You can order online or go into the Cockeysville store to get ideas for your gift to your bridal party. Janda Florist can also provide beautiful flowers for your wedding. So you can take care of two items on your to do list in one place.
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Ada Orie is a Maryland native who loves God, her family, friends and Ravens. You can find her work at Examiner.com.