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    Read about a local lady who launched an online clothing retail company to showcase hand-selected socially-responsible businesses while educating consumers through fashionable finds.

    Eco Eden sells sustainable apparel and jewelry from socially responsible brands.

    Tiffany Shabazz is not only inspired by fashion, but she’s also inspired by servant leadership and empowering other women.

    In the opportunity to empower women, Shabazz was inspired to launch her own business in which she could do just that. Eco Eden is a socially responsible women’s retailer.

    “The name Eco Eden is a play on words that reflect natural beauty, femininity, and community,” explains Shabazz. “Our clothing brand aligns with Eco Eden’s identity. Our style is modern, stylishly simplistic, and eco-chic.”

    And because Eco Eden is a socially responsible business, the mission behind it is to work with women-owned fashion designers who employ and pay women garment makers a living wage.

    Shabazz is the founder and owner behind Eco Eden, and makes all of the day-to-day decisions as well as the building and evolving of Eco Eden’s future.

    “I would have to say I’ve been extremely fortunate to learn from and team up with other talented, empowering women,” she says.

    One of those empowering women, according to Shabazz, is Rebecca Armstrong, the founder and designers of RJS Fashions.

    There are a variety of items available from Eco Eden, including women’s apparel, jewelry, and accessories.

    “Shoppers can find unique, one-of-a-kind, handmade apparel, jewelry, and more,” Shabazz adds.

    The brands offered at Eco Eden, and what makes it unique, is that they are ethically made, fair trade, and socially responsible.

    Tiffany Shabazz, Founder of Eco Eden.

    “Consumer experience is very important to me,” says Shabazz. “I want my family of customers to look good and feel good. Every piece of clothing, jewelry, or accessory has a life changing story. The fair trade producers are paid a fair wage, and work in safe environments. Part of the experience I create is educating consumers and showing appreciation for making a thoughtful purchase with a personalized thank you.”

    Eco Eden is an online-based store, however, the business has been popping up all over town at events and venues. In fact, Eco Eden is the fashion show sponsor at Cincy Chic’s Eco Chic Fashion Show on March 22 at Columbia Plaza.

    Shabazz says that she knew she had to take the chance at showcasing her products in Cincy Chic’s 2019 Eco Chic Fashion Show after she participated in the event last year as a vendor.

    “It was one of my first events and I loved every minute of it,” she says. “I am excited to feature Liz Alig, a fashion-forward, fair trade designers.”

    She’s also excited to be in an event that works to create awareness for people to think beyond how much a shirt costs or finding a high-end bag. “Social change is a good business to be in,” she adds. “Fashion influencers are becoming more conscious and demanding change in the social justice space.”

    To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets, click here.

    The coming months at Eco Eden are shaping up to look like more new, unique arrivals. Shabazz plans to continue to offer brands like MAta Traders, Elegantees, Swahili Coast, and Give a Damn Goods.

    Eco Eden will also continue to participate in pop-up shops around the city. “We’ll announce our permanent location soon with plans to open our doors Summer 2019,” says Shabazz. “I’ve also been in conversations to support organizations mentoring teens and young women this summer. It seems like new opportunities are presenting themselves everyday. I do foresee an Eco Eden private label in the future. I feel really blessed.”

    To learn more about Eco Eden, visit www.shopecoeden.com. You can also follow along on Instagram and Facebook. Shabazz says that she likes to keep newsletter subscribers informed of new arrivals, promotions, and the world of eco-friendly, ethical fashion.

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    A home theater, three-car garage and panoramic views of Kentucky's rolling hills -- all just minutes away from downtown Cincinnati. Click for a sneak peek inside this week's Listing of the Week!

    This listing is sponsored by Ron Erdmann at Guaranteed Rate, the official mortgage professional of Cincy Chic.
    It’s all about location in this week’s Listing of the Week! This home sits on one acre and overlooks the rolling hills of Kentucky. The Anderson Township home was built by Christopher Robin Homes and is close to downtown and shopping. There is a first floor master bedroom, office, and family room, three bedrooms upstairs and two full baths. The lower level has another family room, theater, exercise room, and bedroom/bathroom. 

     

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    Learn about the local business that recently launched to be a comprehensive set of services and products for expecting and new moms.

    Milk’d Nutrition wants to help new or soon-to-be mothers with nursing.

    There is a new business in the Cincinnati area that provides nutrition help to soon-to-be or new mothers. 

    “Milk’d Nutrition is a comprehensive set of services and products to cover any and all bases for soon-to-be and new moms. Services start during pregnancy to provide a prenatal nutrition assessment (advice and plans on what foods to consume/avoid when pregnant), in addition to an initial breastfeeding class to provide information to a mom before she has her baby. Both of these services can be provided virtually or in-home,” Kayka Hansmann, Founder of Milk’d Nutrition, says. “Following birth and returning from the hospital, I’m available for extended visits at home to assess feeds and provide assistance when there is trouble or any questions. At this time as well, I can be consulted for guidance with lactation nutrition meal guidance or plans to transition back to a pre-pregnancy eating pattern.” 

    Milk’d Nutrition launched their website in November of 2018 and started selling their products a month later. Products that are sold are their signature muffin cups, brownie and energy bites, lactation smoothie mix, and nut butter (almond and peanut). The food is created using whole, real and local ingredients whenever possible. “One of our biggest components is high-quality Bob’s Red Mill ingredients and a nutritional brewer’s yeast that provides a wealth of B vitamins,” she says. “These individual products can also be combined to form gift boxes to serve as a gift, baby shower present, or a welcome home surprise for a new mom,” Hansmannsays. 

    There are only two employees working for the company, Hansmann and her mother. “She does 99 percent of the baking and I do all of the no-bake products, as well as the marketing, customer relations and behind-the-scenes fun,” she says. “We are also lucky to have a very helpful father who helps with deliveries and any miscellaneous tasks needed!”

    The business was birthed from different skills that Hansmann had and wanted to blend them together in a single company. “Even before I received my Lactation Counselor Certification this past spring, I had been working with mothers out in the community,” she says. Hansmann also has been doing prenatal research since graduate school and her thesis was on the same subject. 

    Hansmann’s business is unique because the products they sell are real food, provide good balance and are simple and delicious. “They’re made in small batches and our recipes have been tested and perfected by my mom, Chef Mel, with love and care! Not only do they taste good and have benefits to mothers, but all members of your family will want to eat them,” she says. “We also have one of the only lactation nut butters on the market, which is an exceptionally easy and quick way to weave the Galactogogues into any meal or snack!”

    To learn more about Milk’d Nutrition, follow them on FacebookInstagram, and their website

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    Having thick healthy hair where you want it, and removing it where you don’t, can be a hairy situation. We chat with local experts about the latest and greatest techniques.

    Wolf Medical offers laser hair removal and hair restoration services.

    Hair — there’s usually more of it in the places you don’t want, and less where you do.

    That’s where Wolf Medical can help. This Mason-based, privately-owned medical clinic offers surgical and non-surgical solutions to hair loss and also laser hair removal. The practice is owned by Dr. Bradley Wolf, a physician with nearly 30 years experience in hair-related fields.

    “Wolf Medical is in business to help people,” says Christee Osadchy Patient and Public Relations Specialist at Wolf Enterprises. “We offer an array of options and answers that we provide to people who suffer from hair loss, as well as those looking for hair removal.”

    Osadchy says that while hair loss may seem trivial to some, to others, it can have a significant impact on their quality of life. Because of this, according to Osadchy, Wolf Medical works individually with each patient to to provide the education they need to make informed decisions for them.

    “We take pride in helping our patients regain confidence and achieve their hair goals,” adds Osadchy.

    Dr. Wolf has practiced surgical hair restoration since 1990 and is currently the co-editor of the International Society of Hair Restoration. Working alongside him is in-house laser technician Kelly Ott-Statzer. According to Osadchy, Ott-Statzer is a state-licensed cosmetic therapist who has been in practice for almost five years.

    “Wolf Medical is proud to have her as our laser technician, she is professional, passionate, and knowledgeable when it comes to her work and patients,” Osadchy says.

    What’s unique about Wolf Medical’s laser hair services, Osadchy says, is that patients pay by the session rather than by the package. When asked why, Osadchy says that it’s because they recognize the importance of customization.

    “Each patient has their own goals they wish to achieve, so a treatment plan will be designed specifically for each patients,” she explains. “We believe in up-front pricing and only paying for services you receive.”

    And to help you determine the number of sessions you may need for treatments such as laser hair removal, Osadchy says that consultations are done directly with Dr. Wolf or Ott-Statzer.

    Osadchy says that adding laser hair removal to the list of services offered at Wolf Medical have been popular among patients. “The burden it takes off our patients’ shoulders to not have to shave daily or wax regularly has been a great one,” she says. “Our patients are very happy with their results.”

    Patients have also increased their requests for a surgical hair restoration procedure called FUE. “This is a technique that uses a small punch to extract the follicular units (grafts) that are to be transplanted,” explains Osadchy. “The popularity of FUE has grown due to its minimally invasive nature in the way hair follicles are removed.”

    There’s a new treatment offered at Wolf Medical called Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP). “PRP is a non-surgical treatment option,” says Osadchy. “We have seen success with increased hair density in patients that have received PRP.”

    Wolf Medical is located at 11877 Mason Road in Cincinnati. To book an appointment or consultation over the phone, call 513-774-0400.

    To learn more about Wolf Medical, visit their website. You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. Watch as our Editor-in-Chic shares a review about why she chose Wolf Medical for her laser hair removal.

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    A local restaurant is bringing Southern comfort to the Queen City. Read on for all the delicious details.

    LouVino is a new bar and restaurant serving southern-style dishes and wine.

    Lauren Coulter and her husband Chad haven’t always been restaurateurs. In a past career life, the two were practicing pharmacists before they decided to think outside the pill box in 2014.

    It was then that they went for a more entrepreneurial way of living and opened the first LouVino in The Highlands of Louisville on Bardstown Road. Since then, Coulter says the opportunities to expand their business northbound, with new locations in Louisville, the Indianapolis area, and Cincinnati – in Over-the-Rhine to be exact.

    LouVino is a small plates and wine bar that specializes in Southern-inspired small plates (that are usually rather generous portions, hence southern). But they don’t just serve up Southern food at LouVino, they also offer wine.

    “We have 60 wines by the glass, we are a wine bar that wants to make learning about and trying wine approachable to anyone who wants to learn,” explains Coulter. LouVino also serves up bourbon, cocktails, and beer to satisfy the palettes of its customers.

    Coulter says she knows that a Southern-inspired eatery is different than the norm you find in Cincinnati, giving the Queen City a unique new offering.

    “Our extremely creative kitchen that comes up with the food that changes seasonally definitely adds to the restaurant’s uniqueness as well,” she says. “We also know that each location is so specific to the area it’s been placed in. We spent a lot of time making sure we listened to what people who dine in OTR wanted and needed, and have tried to deliver that the best we can. We love our neighborhood, and want to be a stop for everyone to enjoy.”

    As the year moves forward for LouVino Coulter says that they are hoping to establish a Wine Education and dinner program in OTR this year. “We have a few really cool things coming up include a rose wine class and maybe even a Harry Potter dinner,” she says.

    To learn more about LouVino, visit https://louvino.com/otr/. You can also follow along on Instagram and Facebook.

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    Two local organizations are teaming up to help fill the city’s media-based educational void and create fun experiences for the whole family.

    PAR-Projects is teaming up with the Kennedy Heights Arts Center for digital education classes.

    Digital media is becoming an increasingly essential part of future careers. That’s why it’s a prime focus of the latest partnership between PAR-Projects and the Kennedy Heights Arts Center.

    “The Kennedy Heights Arts Center and PAR-Projects have partnered to create affordable access to digital media education encompassing photography, Photoshop, Adobe Suite training, graphic design, web design, video editing, and some entry-level coding,” explains PAR-Projects Gallery and Events Fellow Gabrielle Roach.

    The program is called Practice and Play and focuses on inspiring experimentation in media – hence the “play,” while PAR-Projects developed creative programming that caters to workforce development and Cincinnati’s entrepreneurial ecosystem – the “practice.”

    The partnership between PAR-Projects and the Kennedy Heights Arts Center started when Media Bridges closed its doors in December 2013. As a result, the city had a media-based educational void. In addition, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center also lost the media-based educational partner that had through the Scripps Howard Media Center project.

    “Because PAR-Projects had similar educational goals as Media Bridges, and because the Kennedy Heights Arts Center and PAR had successfully collaborated on previous exhibitions, it seemed like a natural fit to explore this new line of programming as a team,” says Roach. “Essentially, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center had the space and the desire to offer media education to their community, while PAR-Projects had experience in developing media-based curricula and the time/ability to seek additional funding for the project.”

    A year after the program’s beta-launch in 2018, the classes and workshops are now available for anyone who is interested in participating.

    Roach says that the year of beta was a quiet start that allowed the program to build its media lab and work out kinks with operating a brand new, shared space.

    Roach says that there are currently summer camps available in addition to two-week workshops.

    “These programs start in early April, but based on interest, we continuously offer new classes throughout the year,” she adds.

    According to Roach the best place to find information on class and working offerings and availability is on the Kennedy Heights Art Center or PAR-Projects websites. If you have specific questions or curiosities about upcoming classes you can send an email to education@parprojects.org.

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    There’s a new event and venue space coming to town this year! Click to learn more and a peek into the concept.

    Mojave East is a new event and venue space in Cincinnati.

    Cincy Chic: Tell us more about Mojave East!
    Christina Elsass, Owner of Mojave East: Mojave East is a unique new wedding and event venue in the Cincinnati area. We are transforming an 11,000-square-foot industrial warehouse built in the 1950s, into a stylishly contemporary gathering space. We are located only 10 miles east of downtown Cincinnati on route 32, in charming Newtown Village.

    Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind Mojave East?
    Elsass: We met in southern California, and have been inspired by the airy tranquility of the California desert, west coast style and design, and the glam of mid-century Palm Springs. We wanted to create a space that felt like you were being transported to another geography. We’re also blending a lot of urban and natural elements, to provide a harmonious indoor/outdoor experience for guests.

    Cincy Chic: Who’s behind the venue? 
    Elsass: We are Ben and Christina Elsass, a husband and wife team that had a vision to bring a unique gathering place to life based on our own experiences, and our love of hosting celebrations and memorable events. Ben has been in the wedding industry for over 10 years, and runs two successful businesses – Ben Elsass Photography and Photosphere (a gif photo booth). I (Christina) have 15 years of brand marketing and advertising behind me. We have blended our business and creative minds to develop an experiential space that we hope give you and your guests a wow experience.

    Cincy Chic: What types of events will you host?
    Elsass: We plan to host many types of events! The concept was built around hosting weddings, but it’s also a great open space for corporate parties or a variety of social gatherings. We also plan to open it up during the week for things like classes, retreats, and workshops. We designed it so that it would be ready to utilize as is, or it could be transformed and personalized completely. We want it to instigate inspiration for our clients but not deter them from making it their own.

    Cincy Chic: What makes this event venue unique?
    Elsass: The inspiration and style of the space is not common in the area and we hope that creates a refreshing excitement! We’ll have both indoor and outdoor spaces available that we can open up for those beautiful weather days. We will also incorporate art and design in various formats for photo (or selfie!) opportunities throughout. Lastly, but certainly not least, we want to provide a personal level of customer service to our clients, so that their event is THE event and we can help bring it to life.

    Cincy Chic: When will Mojave East officially open?
    Elsass: We plan to have a soft opening this fall, and open to larger events starting in late 2019 as the holidays roll around. We will soon be offering tours of the site and begin booking!

    Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along? 
    Elsass: The best place to follow our progress would be Instagram where we will be posting daily updates on both the construction build and any fun announcements. We also have a Facebook page that will be updated regularly. Lastly, in the next few weeks, our website will feature 3D renderings, accommodations and services that we will offer, as well as booking and contact information to schedule a tour.

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    For our annual “Go Green” issue, Chef Ken talks about the ultimate green food with tips to take salads from boring to blissful.

     

    What comes to mind when you think of a salad? 

    Some consider salad a “diet” food. How common is it to order a salad instead of a burger when you go out to eat since it’s perceived as a healthier choice or lower-calorie option? And, as we all know, so many salads that started with calorie-free vegetables aren’t at all healthy by the time you mix it with dressing, cheese, croutons, etc.

    Outside of being a replacement for a main course, a salad is typically a first course. It’s the introduction to a balanced meal. The salad course is what kicks your palette into gear and gets you ready for the epicurean adventure to come. Sadly, though, so many salads are uninspired. How many times do you think you’ve sat down to a plate of iceberg lettuce, a few julienned carrots, and a thin, watery dressing? 

    I’ve had a lot boring salads. While we’ll leave the gender stereotypes out of it, it may be partly because I’m a man that I just never thought of a salad as anything to get excited about. Men are not typically brought up to love salads. So even with my culinary background, chopped greens on a plate soaked in ranch was what usually initially came to mind when I thought of a salad. 

    My Salad Conversion

    When I meet my clients for the first time, I start by asking them what their favorite meal is. Usually, I’ll be told about a decadent pasta dish or a steak that was seasoned and cooked to perfection. I get a lot of people tell me about some phenomenal dish they had at a celebrities’ New York City or Los Angeles restaurants or locally from one of Jean-Robert deCavel’s or Jeff Ruby’s fine dining establishments.

    But there was one time that I asked my client what her favorite meal was, and she replied, “It was this salad…”

    I listened intently, hoping to develop a custom menu for the upcoming party based on things she loved about the salad. She went on to describe the fresh-caught New England lobster seasoned with salt, pepper and lime juice, rolled inside slices of honeydew melon and topped with hearts of palm, cubes of grapefruit, and avocado. It wasn’t so much the individual ingredients that made it special, but how they all blended together so perfectly like a symphony. She also mentioned that no matter how many times she had ordered it before, her husband would read over the bill and exclaim, “Twenty-six dollars for a salad?!” to which she replied confidently, “That salad is worth every cent.”

    How that client described the best meal she ever ate got to thinking more about salads, and how they really get a bad rap. While it’s just the starter course, the salad set the tone for the whole meal. So I wondered, what is it that elevates a salad? What makes a salad so extraordinary that you’re talking about it years later?

    I couldn’t think of one that stood out, so I asked my wife about her favorite salad. She showed me a photo she took of a lobster salad that she had ordered at Matunuck Oyster Bar in Rhode Island where we own a second home. We have had some fantastic meals there, which I think is due to its proximity to the water. Because of the plentiful wild-caught seafood that chefs have to work with, they are careful to source produce locally so their lobster, crab, and oyster dishes are accompanied on the plate by the best vegetables available. Together, that makes a huge difference in turning a plain old seafood salad into a spectacular dish worthy of remembering.

    Elevating Your Salad

    When you’re making a salad at home and want it to be truly memorable, put the time and effort into it by using these tips:1. Go to a farmer’s market or purchase vegetables directly from a family farm. 2. When you do your shopping, get out of the romaine/iceberg rut. Look for greens with different textures and flavors like spinach, arugula, or dandelion leaves and mix them together. 3. No matter what meat you use, it should be just as fresh as the vegetables, so consider whether you are buying meat and seafood that’s humanely raised, antibiotic-free, and sustainable. 4. Think beyond meat. Proteins like eggs, nuts, and quinoa are great in salads.5. Use fresh herbs and mix your own salad dressing instead of buying it in a bottle, and dress your salad before you plate it.

    Whether you’re eating it as your only course or as the start of a multi-course meal, your salad should be special! If you’d like more tips and tricks on salads, follow me and send a message on Instagram.

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    Our insider at the the Cincinnati Art Museum gives us inside into a forthcoming exhibition and the impact of the kimono on global fashion.

    Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style is showing at the Cincinnati Art Museum from June 28–September 15, 2019.

    In Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style, on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum from June 28–September 15, 2019, visitors can experience more than 50 ensembles by Japanese, European and American designers including Coco Chanel, Christian Louboutin, John Galliano, Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Rei Kawakubo, Iris van Herpen and Issey Miyake.

    Organized by the Kyoto Costume Institute in Japan and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the exhibition features fashion from the 1870s to the present day along with kimono, Japanese prints, paintings and textiles.

    Kimono—literally translated “thing to wear”—has impacted international fashion since Japan opened its ports to the world in the mid-1850s. The form and silhouette of kimono, its two-dimensional structure and motifs used as surface embellishment, have all been refashioned into a wide array of garments. Kimono revealed new possibilities in clothing design and helped lay the foundation for contemporary fashion design.

    The exhibition explores these themes in four sections. The first explores the influence of Japanese aesthetics, called Japonsim, on artists, specifically painters, of the late nineteenth century, who depicted kimono in many of their works. The second section examines kimono’s influence on fashion from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century, when couture designs were inspired by the shape and cut of kimono and incorporated Japanesque motifs in their surface decoration. Two of the pieces included in this section address the use of kimono by Westerners as dressing gowns with a Cincinnati connection. The third section examines contemporary fashion and the continued use of variations on the kimono silhouette along with traditional weaving, dyeing and decorative techniques. The final section demonstrates how Japan continues to inspire the world of fashion through popular design, including manga and anime.

    From a nineteenth century gown decorated with Japanese-inspired floral motifs to a 1960s dress tied with an obi-like sash to couture designs as recent as 2016, Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style, is a product of international collaboration between Japanese and American institutions. It makes clear that kimono has had a strong presence in fashion and continues to be an inspiration for designers worldwide.

    “We are excited to partner with Kyoto Costume Institute (KCI) and Asian Art Museum to tell the story of the influence of kimono on contemporary fashions. KCI is renowned for their collection of Western dress and more than 15 exceptional examples of traditional and contemporary fashion have been added to the exhibition from our own permanent collection. We have also supplemented the show with paintings, works on paper and examples of Rookwood pottery that help tell this story. From the 1870s to today, the kimono has continued to be a touchstone for fashion couturiers on a global scale,” said Cynthia Amnéus, Cincinnati Art Museum’s Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles.

    The Cincinnati Art Museum is the third of three venues in the United States to present this exhibition. It was previously on view under the title Kimono Refashioned at the Newark Museum in New Jersey and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.

    Tickets for Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style are free for museum members. Tickets will soon be available for purchase by the general public at the Cincinnati Art Museum front desk and online at cincinnatiartmuseum.org. Photography is permitted, but no flash. #CAMfashion

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      It’s almost Wedding Season again! For our annual bridal issue, we chat with the founder of a new web series that highlights the pros in the region’s wedding industry.

      Kathy Piech-Lukas has plenty of experience in the wedding planning industry. She’s planning hundreds of weddings over the years and has more than 20 years of event planning experience.

      The passion for weddings came from planning her own wedding.

      “Fourteen years ago there were no reality shows, so I assumed wedding planners were like those in the movies for wealthy people,” she explains. “I didn’t realize that wedding planners could be so helpful to an average person like me.”

      Piech-Lukas is the sole owner and planner at Your Dream Day, a wedding planning company that serves brides and grooms in Cincinnati and Dayton.

      But after years in the industry she’s taking on a new branch to her wedding planning services – a new wedding planning web series hosting by Piech-Lukas where you can watch and meet dozens of Cincinnati and Dayton’s top wedding professionals.

      In her new web series, Piech-Lukas ventures throughout the Cincinnati and Dayton areas to talk with bridal boutiques, venues, florists, and other vendors who are there to help you make the biggest day of your life perfect.

      So far Piech-Lukas has spoken with locally-based bridal stores, visited other boutiques, and talked about the biggest wedding trends you can expect to see this wedding season.

      “Every story is original and every vendor is unique,” she says when talking about the businesses she visits to highlight on her web series and sharing the stories they have to offer.

      Piech-Lukas says that Aisle Do just seemed like the perfect idea when it comes to better serving her clients.

      Because clients bring their own inspiration for each event, she wanted to be able to showcase venues, vendors, and others who can help to make a bride’s big day even better, because no two weddings are the same.

      To give followers even more when it comes to connecting with those in the wedding industry, Piech-Lukas says that she will do social media takeovers for the major bridal shows in Cincinnati, including BridalRama, Cincinnati Wedding Showcase, Ohio Wedding Shows, and A Bride’s Mafia.

      “We go around to each vendor to interview them to get exclusive behind-the-scenes coverage the day of the event,” she says. “Our next takeover is coming up Wednesday at Music Hall!”

      Learn more about Aisle Do on InstagramFacebook or follow along on the YouTube channel. To learn more about Your Dream Day and the wedding planning services offered, visit here.

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