A Bridal Gift Wonderland



Photography by Catie Viox and Jon Keeling

They create amazing gift registries that are enjoyable not only for the about-to-be wedded couple, but for guests, too.

“The entire Camargo Trading Company wedding registry experience takes the hassle out of researching everything, from home accessories to tabletop items,” says Dana Ede, a new bride who used the service. “They do the hard work for you. All you have to do is show up at the store and realize you are a Bride in Wonderland!”

Cincinnati’s premier specialty boutique has a decade-long reputation as a stylish destination for unique high-end fashion, accessories and home décor, and is known for its excellent customer service and expertly efficient gift registry management.

“Camargo carries everything,” Ede says. “The entire wedding registry experience has been beautiful and pretty seamless, which has been great for me, but also my wedding guests.”

A welcoming atmosphere and state-of-the-art technology combine to make selecting the finest items in an intimate setting a joyous occasion. When guests visit to look for that perfect gift, they are warmly welcomed into the inviting, beautifully designed shop, directed to the second-floor wedding registry tables where they can view the items a couple has registered for via the most elegant tablescapes. Guests can also view, print and order from a couple’s registry on Camargo’s website.

Another bonus: Camargo holds gifts at the store for the couple to pick up at their convenience, which also saves shipping costs for out-of-towners.

Valerie Schwartz, Camargo bridal consultant, has guided and helped Ede through her registry process. “Camargo is, hands-down, the best place in Cincinnati to register for your wedding,” Ede says.

Owner Meggan Sulfsted, renowned for her impeccable eye for style, promises that gifts from Camargo Trading Company will leave lovely, lasting wedding memories. 

 

Camargo Trading Company is located at 7744 Laurel Avenue Madeira, OH, 45243. For more information, call 513.561.0842 or visit www.camargotrading.com.

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