Stonewood Village Shops

Stonewood Village

Stonewood Village in Brookfield, Wis., offers a variety of shopping and business services.



All 'Bout Children is a bilingual (English - Spanish) child care center with morning and afternoon sessions. All 'Bout Children follows the Elmbrook School District calendar and is run by teachers with documented educational experience. Now offering extended day care, and open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.For more information, see the All 'Bout Children website.



Caron’s Bridal Alterations provides expert alterations for wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, prom dresses and other formal dresses. The business is a member of the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals. Owner Caron Sherer has more than 25 years of seamstress experience. The business is located on the second floor of the Shaker building of Stonewood Village.




Coqui Design is a family-owned paper and gift boutique featuring unique greeting cards, personalized gifts, stationery and a full service custom wedding and event invitation studio. The business offers custom designs, have a selection of designer albums (Haute Papier, Kleinfeld Paper, Checkerboard, Umi by Elum and more), DIY supplies, Envelopments® Pocket Folds® and more.

See more at Coqui's website.

Jim Hamberg provides artistic photography for weddings, families, high school seniors, pets and items. He is located in the Barn Shops, one of the original buildings at Stonewood Village.

For more information, see the LuvFilms website.

City Camp of the Arts is an educational arts school with a location at Stonewood Village. Learn more at the organization's Facebook page.



Flaunt Salon specializes in haircutting and coloring, and hair extensions. The business was launched in 2006 and moved to Stonewood Village in the winter of 2011. Flaunt Salon is open by appointment.

For more information, and to learn about the Flaunt Salon stylists, see the Flaunt Salon Facebook Page.



Lisa Mathewson Photography provides wedding photography.

Learn more at her website.


Melanie Sikma Photography speclializes in photographing maternity, newborns, children, families and high school seniors. Sessions can take place at your home or our studio in the Farmhouse Building at Stonewood Village.

Learn more at our website.



Mozzaluna Pizzeria & Ristorante is open from 4 p.m. to close Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays. The restaurant is known for its wood-fired oven that produces authentic pizzas. Besides pizza, Mozzaluna offers appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, and pasta. Gluten-free options are available.

Check out the restaurant's menu and specials at its website.


Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin provides physical and occupational therapy for industrial, orthopedic, and sports related injuries. Patients will be evaluated and treated by our licensed staff one-on-one for 60 minutes at each visit at either of our two convenient locations. We also offer on-site industrial services to multiple companies and are one of Wisconsin's leaders in on-site industrial injury prevention programs.  We offer early morning through evening appointment times.

Learn more at the institute's website.


Second Story Creative is a branding company. We work with Catholic organizations, small businesses, non-profits and personalities to build a complete brand and identity, from the brainstorm to the final product, from colors and fonts to full-fledged presentations.


A Savvy Bride is a by-appointment, one-stop shop for wedding needs, including gowns and dresses, shoes, jewelry, lingerie, tuxedoes, invitations, attendant gifts, chair covers, and more. Owners Lisa Carrao and Kate Welbes have been working in the wedding industry for many years, and have been instrumental in establishment of the Wedding Center Pros at Stonewood Village. A Savvy Bride is located in the Country Store building at Stonewood Village.

For more information, see the Savvy Bride website.


Source Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Center offers acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition, and meditation instruction. The center, owned by Melissa Zebrasky, L.Ac., Dipl.OM, MSOM, B.S. nutrition, is located in the Tidewater building at Stonewood Village.

Learn more at the Source Acupuncture website.






Sweet Eva’s Chocolates was born out of a desire to create healthier versions of our family’s favorite chocolates. We make our chocolates with the finest bittersweet chocolate, 70% to 99% cocoa, and then add unique combinations of natural and organic ingredients to make our wholesome chocolate treats. Our chocolates contain no soy, corn syrup, fillers, artificial colors or flavorings, preservatives and are free of gluten ingredients. Most of our chocolates contain no dairy and, for those with cocoa allergies, we offer fabulous French soy-free white chocolate options.

Learn more at Sweet Eva's Chocolate's website.