Seattle, WA 98101
1-800-GO BEYOND or (206) 448-7905
Used them for our registry. Great policies! We were moving to Hawaii, where there is no Bed Bath and Beyond. They offered to cash out our gift cards, but we decided to take them up on their other offer - shipping our items to us for free. Great choice!
St. Petersburg, FL 33713
Very good at sticking to our budget and letting us know what would and would not work. The flowers were beautiful and they let us use their vases for free.
Yummy appetizers, delicious menu to choose from, sangria flowing. They even set up an area for our slideshow. Beautiful setting.
Great dress section with fantastic sales! We got our maid of honor her dress there. Originally $200, we bought it for $60.
Quick and easy. Reasonably priced. I didn't need major alterations so that cut down the cost quite a bit. Great quality. Family owned business.
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
They had so many options for dresses! We were on a tight budget and were happy to find they had a "discount" area downstairs. My mom, sister, and I loved it! I was able to try on dresses without being hassled by pushy saleswomen who pump the champagne in order to convince me to spend thousands on a dress. I got a $900 dress for $300 and it didn't need major alterations!
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Very organized! Beautiful and comfortable space. You need to be a member or be sponsored by a member to use the SPYC but it was so nice and people really enjoyed the nautical theme.
Very professional, reasonably priced, easy to work with. Avoided the corny DJ personality and let the reception focus remain on the bride and groom. Very pleased.
We will never take another cruise. Decided to go on the Star Princess to Alaska and splurge for the minisuite. Ship and ports were overcrowded. Excursions were so overpriced - $300-500 for the ones you REALLY wanted to do, $100 for ones that everyone on the ship goes on. We wanted a cruise for the all-inclusiveness, but it seemed like there were so many "extras" they tack on. We expected to pay for alcohol, but we did not appreciate how they add on the tips for you. What's the point of a tip? Alaska was beautiful but the cruise line is so commercialized that you don't see "rugged" Alaska, you see a million jewelry stores run by foreigners that give the cruise line "cutbacks" for advertising and sending in passengers. And what's worse, these stores are only open when the cruise ships come, the day after they pack up and ship out to the Caribbean for their season! Very disappointed.