The staffers at Special Occasions Party Supply weave art out of air. Their balloon decorations spiral into multicolored columns, bend into archways, and form hanging hearts to garnish events ranging from birthday celebrations to bridal and baby showers. The family-owned business also outfits reception areas with tulle and matching tableware, sprucing up the setting to befit any celebration.
Decorating services are only one facet of their job, however. When they aren't prepping dance halls, they guide independent party planners through the shelves of their two supply stores. Batman- and Disney-princess-themed favors are on hand to charm children, Halloween costumes can conceal identities, and more than 38 solid colors of plates and napkins set attractive schemes. The bouquets of high-grade helium balloons are guaranteed to hover for at least five days. Patrons can also rent helium tanks with do-it-yourself balloon kits, which come with ribbons for each balloon and instructions for knitting sky-size safety nets.
Allisten Manor's Flower Box, located in Piqua, Ohio is committed to bringing you the highest quality floral arrangements with our top-notch service. Since our grand opening in June of 2006 our team of experienced designers with over 75 years of experience have produced 100's of arrangements for satisfied customers. Our busi
At Practice CrossFit, trainers shake bodies out of muscular slumber by leading weight training and cardio exercises from gymnastics and rowing to running and jumping. Exercisers work through routines customized to their experience levels and abilities, ensuring a workout as safe and challenging as a padded Rubik's cube. Practice CrossFit's resident former competitive bodybuilder and college basketball player, Chastity Sloan, runs women through intensive boot-camp classes. The courses focus on aerobic and muscle-building exercises, with demanding workouts that raise heart rates like kidnappers raise ransom rates with demanding lists of demands. The gym holds women-only boot-camp classes Monday and Wednesday at 5 a.m. and Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Click here for a schedule of CrossFit classes, which run Monday–Saturday.
Voted Dayton's best jeweler by Active Dayton readers in 2010, Elizabeth Diamond Company adorns fists, wrists, and clavicles with designer rings, bracelets, necklaces, and more. Necks can flaunt an 18-inch strand of pearls ($183) or a round citrine pendant ($59), while a Divagi diamond and ruby ring turns every handshake into a dazzling spectacle ($300). The newly betrothed can ogle certified diamonds in a variety of designer shapes and cuts, including Tacori engagement rings ($2,370+) and the Veragio Couture Collection ($1,210–$4,300). With pieces by a wide range of stone-smiths, including Simon G, Ritani, and Divagi, sparkle seekers have their pick of styles, from cocktail-party chic to slot-machine queen.
Since founding their shop in 1946, three generations of Harrises continue to augment time-tested bauble-smithing methods with the latest technological advances. A staff of accredited gemologists shepherds shoppers through a vast array of diamonds and gemstones, or provides romantic advice for spouses-to-be. Custom designs are a specialty, and the ornamentalists prefix each unique piece with a wax facsimile for a perfect fit. Staffers can also repair heirloom pieces to particular specifications, as well as appraise them or expunge them of loitering genies. :m]]
The trio of skilled doctors at ProCare Vision Center counts more than 37 years of collective experience in tending eyes. Drs. Davis, Salyer, and Grillot minister to adult and elderly pupils, but specialize in pediatric eye care, assessing the vision loss of youngsters no longer able to see the Tooth Fairy. After the doctors have updated a prescription, the center’s knowledgeable eyewear experts help patients select lenses with anti-reflective coatings or assist them in ordering contacts. The staff also lends advice as clients navigate the center’s frames, which come from designers such as Gucci, Michael Kors, and Kate Spade, answering questions about which spectacles flatter face shapes or complement mustache tattoos.