My visit to Milwaukie is not without a stop at Enchante' . We are lucky to see two shops with so much magic to entice our senses, both visually and tastefully. Whats a girl to do? Indulge? Well yes of course. Enchante' is at 10883 SE Main Street, in downtown Milwaukie, Oregon. Hours are Tuesday - Friday 11:00 to 5:00 and Saturdays 11:00 to 4:00. Call 503-654-4846 for more information. In the meantime enjoy my journey to Enchante'.
The Store front of Enchante' as I took this photo, later looking at it I realized that I had captured Kim the proprietor of the chocolate shop. Perhaps she was taking a treat down to Kelli her sister whom has a shop K.Marie just a few doors down. My last post shows some sneak peaks from Kelli's shop.
This was probably one of my most favorite crystal chandeliers. Wow is all I can say!
Now look at that chocolate bunny and all those jars lined up with special candies.
Gifts of silver, white and cream. Clean and crisp!
Some very happy shoppers.
Special attention to the detail of packaging of these sweet morsels, just waiting for that perfect person looking for a special treat.
Easter bunnies galore. How does one choose?
There are an assortment of many gift items to purchase, all with that Parisian flair.
Gourmet popcorn is also available to purchase. How good is that? Take care of your sweet and salt cravings all in one stop.
There were all sorts of vintage candy from days of our youth. What memories some of these brought back. Do you have a favorite from your past as a child?
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Ahh turquoise lollipops. Don't you just love the color?
Oh how I like these glittery eggs, how about you?
Another great chandelier!
Did I tell you that Kim has some really great chocolates. You must go and see for yourself.
In the mean time check out the current issue of Where Women Cook to learn more about Kim's Enchante' world. Now don't for get to go check out her little shop and remember just a few doors down is Kim's sister Kelli's shop K.Marie. How fun is that to visit two quaint shops on the same block.