The 700-acre Devou Park, in the hills of Covington, offers multiple options for weddings and receptions at Drees Pavilion, as well as spectacular views of downtown Cincinnati.
Hosting an event? The Frock is as warm and inviting as grandma's living room, but infinitely cooler.
Looking for a cool event space filled with not-too-precious vintage furniture? Look no more.
Beautifully groomed gardens and tree-lined pathways surround a 1930s open-air stone pavilion, perfect for an elegant outdoor event.
It was while living in Italy that Chef Mavis Linneman-Clark first discovered her love of ethnic recipes.
April Agler was inspired by her own daughter's wedding to start a décor rental company.
This stately 22-room manor retains much of its turn-of-the-century splendor.
Recently we stumbled upon a tweet from a local bride-to-be requesting ideas for a California-style vineyard wedding in Cincinnati. Challenge accepted!
When the Bridal and Formal boutique opened in 1979, owners Larry and Linda Hochberg had just two employees and five designers featured in their inventory. Today, the Reading Bridal District shop—now owned by daughter Lisa and her husband Andy Star—is one of the largest in the country, boasting 3,000-plus gowns from more than 50 designers.
Massages, great vendors, AND chili dogs? Yes, please!