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Saying 'I do' with Ultra Violet Flowers

August 11, 2013

Nelson Wedding (Photo by: ultravioletflowersdc.com) Nelson Wedding

Let the magic begin at Ultra Violet Flowers Georgetown design studio, where floral artist extraordinaire, Fabio and his team will create one-of-a-kind arrangements.

Using exotic herbage and unusual blooms, flown in fresh daily from around the world, they combine vivid colors, lush textures, all the while working closely with you to create custom masterpieces.

From bouquets to centerpieces, from corsages to boutonnieres, your entire event is transformed for a day you'll never forget.

But Ultra Violet is not just for weddings. Engagement parties, Mother's Day, graduations, bar/bat mitzvahs, fundraisers, political events, and just because it's Tuesday ...

Owner/designer Fabio Ripoli (Photo by: ultravioletflowersdc.com) Owner/designer Fabio Ripoli

Ultra Violet Flowers is located at 1218 31st Street. Tel: 202.333.3002

Be Mine Bouquet (Photo by: ultravioletflowersdc.com) Be Mine Bouquet

 


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Viola Drath's Georgetown Townhouse on the Market

July 22, 2013

"Charming Georgetown townhouse with three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms ..." Listed last week by Washington Fine Properties for $995,000 is the former Georgetown residence of murdered socialite and journalist, Viola Drath . The home, built in 1900 is at 3206 Q Street. Her husband, Albrecht Muth awaits trial for her murder.

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New Real Estate Magazine Launch by Beasley

June 28, 2013

In DC’s upscale world, green is the color of a famous social book that lists power players and movers-and-shakers – international, national and those more locally famous. That is, green seems to be -- to some insiders --a color that denotes “power” and social standing.

Holly Malone (left), documentary filmmaker Margo Reid & Beasley Agent Jan M. Evans (Photo by: Natalia Janetti) Holly Malone (left), documentary filmmaker Margo Reid & Beasley Agent Jan M. Evans

With that in mind, green also is the cover color of the new Beasley Real Estate magazine, which lists great properties for sale and gives potential buyers an idea of what’s out there to purchase and the price tags.

The attractive magazine, called “Home,” was launched Thursday night at a party held at the energetic Shaw’s Tavern on Florida Avenue NW in the hot environs of young people and the up-and-coming set.

The first edition, Summer 2013, showcases gorgeous listings in D.C. and close-in communities that Beasley currently has in its portfolio.  In addition, the magazine highlights some of Beasley’s recent sales. Each issue will be available online and in a limited print edition.

Celebrating the launch of Home magazine (Photo by: Natalia Janetti) Celebrating the launch of Home magazine

Three hundred first editions were printed.  They’re free.

“It’s the most incredible property publication in Washington,” said Jim Bell, founder and managing partner at Beasley RE.  “Our magazine says ‘Washington’ and it speaks to Washington,” said Bell. “Home is for friends and clients.”

Upstairs at Shaw’s Tavern, 100 or so well-wishers munched on gourmet pizzas, chips and other tasty morsels for the launch party.

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