Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs 2011: Shopping & Service
Main Line Today’s readers and critics pick their favorites.
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Custom Wedding Invitations >>> Two Paperdolls
It’s the first impression for guests, so you wouldn’t want to leave your invitations to just anyone. Two Paperdolls has an uncanny knack for coming up with the most unique themes, materials and presentations, from envelopes to RSVP cards. 55 West Ave., Wayne; (610) 293-4933, twopaperdolls.com.
DIY Jewelry Studio >>> Blue Santa Beads
Home to the most stunning collection of Japanese seed beads you’ve ever seen, Blue Santa also has a full schedule of jewelry-making classes, from beginner level to more advanced sessions that take on more involved projects. You’ll be thrilled to wear the finished product. 1165 W. Baltimore Pike, Suite B, Media; (610) 892-2740, bluesantabeads.net.
Dog Groomer >>> Brenda McAfee at Buzzy’s Bow Wow Meow
Brenda McAfee doesn’t play favorites when it comes to her four-legged clientele at Buzzy’s Bow Wow Meow. Every canine gets the same five-star treatment. Her perfect blend of TLC and genuine friendliness, coupled with her speed and skill, make grooming a pleasant experience for pooch and owner. Another bonus: They take one dog at a time, so you don’t have to worry about your pet being locked in a cage while waiting its turn. 701 Montgomery Ave., Narberth; (610) 617-3300, buzzysbowwowmeow.com.
Dog Trainer >>> Amy Parsons, Canine Creature Comforts
You may require as much training as your disobedient pooch—a fact you might learn after meeting trainer extraordinaire Amy Parsons, who’s an expert at teaching dogs and their owners how to speak the same language. Services range from private in-home sessions to extended on-premises stays. 81 Lancaster Ave., Malvern; (610) 296-8407, caninecreaturecomforts.com.