EE Robbins doesn’t really need an introduction. They are well known in our area, and for good reason! They have amazing products, and their quality and customer service brings people in droves to their doors. So, to say we are excited to have EE Robbins as a vendor for our swanky bridal event, would be an understatement!
Their jewelry is highly sought after and … men listen up… every lady, and we mean EVERY lady at this event will be clamoring for the beautiful diamond earrings up for auction.
Talk about a prized wedding present for your soon to be wife, a first anniversary present for those just married… or, heck, a just because present because it’s diamonds! (Can you tell this is a girl writing this)
Keep reading, to find out a bit more about EE Robbins, and make sure to come dressed to the nines to our newly announced VINTAGE CARNIVAL themed 5th anniversary event!
Tell us a little bit about the yourself!! What do you specialize in?
EE Robbins is the premier engagement ring and wedding band store in the Pacific Northwest. We specialize in unique rings that you will not find everywhere, or anywhere, else. We also have the best custom designers to create the ring of your dreams (if we don’t already have it in stock!).
What drew you to the wedding industry?
Emerson Robbins started the World’s Biggest Engagement Ring Stores with his brother, Steve, in Southern California. Emerson moved back to the Northwest, where he was born, for a better life than California could offer. He started EE Robbins with the experience of Robbins Bros and the heart of of Pacific Northwesterner. Belltown was the original location and we opened Bellevue a few years later.
Tell us…. What are you donating to Get Hitched Give Hope this year?
EE Robbins is donating 14k white gold huggie earrings with round diamonds worth $2000!
Is this your first year with with us or have you participated with GHGH in the past??
We have participated in the past and we LOVE the charity, the party and the people! What a wonderful experience…
Tell us your favorite part of weddings.
The exchanging of the rings, of course! The symbolism here is so poetic and sweet.
Do you have any insider secrets to tell our brides to make their planning (and enjoyment of their wedding) easier?
Advice…try to relax and eat something before the ceremony, so you are not anxious and tired. Enjoy!
Website :: www.eerobbins.com