Last night I went to an event at Free Reign, a boutique in Conshohocken PA. The event was sponsored by BenFM's Real Mom Radio Host, Joey Fortman and catered by Dimeo's of Conshohocken.
If you live in the Philadelphia area and are looking for some great gifts for bridesmaids (or for any other occasion) Free Reign will soon become your favorite place to shop. They sell everything from jewelry and other great accesssories to unique apparel items, tableware, favorites from Vera Bradley and Crabtree and Evelyn and more.
Easily accessible, and located just off the Blue Route (Rt. 476) at 317 Ridge Pike, even the directionally challenged will find this great boutique with no problem!
Video courtesy of Free Reign and YouTube
I live about half an hour away from Free Reign, which is the only reason I wouldn't be in there on a weekly if not daily basis!
Free Reign also sells reasonably priced tableware and serving pieces, perfect for your next party. Add a selection of gourmet food, ready to bake desserts, mouthwatering jams, mustards and infused olive oil and baby gifts and you may never need to go to the mall again. Free Reign will be your new and fun source for all your gift giving (and personal) needs.
Free Reign sells items crafted in the United States and supports local artisans. They provide you with eco-friendly products choices and all product areas are updated frequently. A few examples of this are the heirloom antique stones re-purposed in bracelets that were made in Pennsylvania and some floor mats made of sustainable products like bamboo.
If you can't find several pieces to choose from for your bridesmaids at Free Reign I'd be astounded. You purchases are gift bagged, tied with a gorgeous piece of ribbon, ready to give. (Love a store that saves me time!) Join me at Free Reign for days of fun shopping (without fighting the insanity of the malls.) I know you are a busy bride, so why waste time wandering malls when Free Reign has everything you need and more!
**Attendees received gifts for attending. Opinion is my own and was not effected by the receipt of any gifts.