Shopping for a unique wedding gift is getting harder and harder to do. Some couples are getting married later, and already have everything they need to start off on their married journey. For some, you just really want to get that special something that speaks directly to them, and will be remembered over the years as the coolest gift they got. Enter Sprezzatura, where taste, quality whimsy and elegance all converge under the eye of owners Pamela and Brent Berwager.
Pam and Brent have painstakingly traveled Europe, bringing back beautiful pieces of home decor, jewelry and the finest skin care and fragrance for men and women. Sprezzatura will undoubtedly become a go-to for all your gifting needs, and will become a weekly habit for those who love to be pampered.
Whether you’re a bride, shopping for yourself or your bridal party, or shopping for the couple of honor, you’re sure to find something special.
Simple but elegant jewelry for bridesmaids make a lovely gift. Ask about special packaging to make it even more memorable.
Travel bags, including a matching shoe bag, are perfect for the wedding day and honeymoon.
Decorative perfume bottles and lacy metal boxes make perfect gifts — filled or not — to be presented by the bride to her bridesmaids.
Highly prized skin care products from Rodin, a celebrity favorite, does amazing things for the skin. This should be included in any bride to be’s daily skin care regimen.
Rodin skincare can be beautifully packaged in a handsome travel box. An Ikat night shirt both silky and luxurious.
Before the wedding, or during the honeymoon, everything the bride would need to pamper herself- Cashmere robe, cashmere eye mask, cashmere travel pillow and throw, even cashmere slippers. Think soft.
Vrai products from France complete the perfect pamper kit, with sugar scrub, bath gel, argon oil and shea butter.
No matter what the theme of the wedding may be, Sprezzatura has a wealth of decor and accessories to compliment it. And if you don’t see it in the shop, ask. A little known secret: Pam Berwager is in the process of opening a bridal accessory shop to custom make accessories from ring pillows, table decor to body decor. Just ask.
A fine selection of teas and accessories make or add to a lovely gift basket.
From bags to bracelets, necklaces and earrings, a full line of beautiful accessories will impress.
An amazing gift! This is actually a custom piece from an Italian artist that will take the couple’s initials and fashion a customized painting of an elegant pewter plate. There are four designs to choose from, and the painting is so detailed, there’s even a little ‘stamp’ providing an authentic look to the plate. The painting comes with a beautiful authentication letter which would also look nice as a framed accompaniment.
These decorative document holders make a great gift. Fashioned with old parchments, official looking ribbons and wax seals, they hold the promise of something kingly…even if they’re just decorating a corner or fireplace. These are great for someone who collects maps, old writings, or is a Game of Thrones enthusiast.
Table accessories including sterling ice tongs and little salt bowls. Did you know salt was historically a prized gift, and with today’s array of gourmet salts, it high time these little dishes were back in fashion. Also in times past, small spoons were traditionally given to guests as favors.
Don’t forget the groom! Custom cuff links fashioned out of everything from baseball bats to court floors from memorable sporting events. Artful shaving supplies, the finest cologne and more.
Sprezzatura is located in Stevenson Village, in Stevenson, Maryland nestled among the farms and rolling hills of Greenspring Valley, just a short drive north of Baltimore.
10429 Stevenson Road
Stevenson, MD 21153
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