“This year I’ll be graduating & I walked in with a certain style I wanted. I was hoping for a two piece but as I looked there was nothing that fit my interest.My consultant asked me what style and picked out some that she thought I would look good in. I am happy to say that I fell in love with a dress I didn’t think I would like & walked out with it! Am I ever excited for prom 2017!
How long are appointments?
Our appointments run for 1.5 hours. Saturday is our busiest day so we try to keep everyone as on time as possible and appointments start at the correct time. If you feel that you may need more time, a weekday appointment is strongly suggested as you will have more time to find your perfect dress.
What is your price point for bridal gowns?
We carry all price ranges ( $350 – $3,500 ), depending on the style you are looking for. We also have a large selection of sale gowns to choose from for the bride who loves to bargain hunt.
Do you have an on site seamstress?
We do not have a seamstress on site, although we do have quality, local recommendations for adjustments.
What should I wear for undergarments to my appointment?
We recommend a strapless bra and nude underwear. Also, feel free to bring any shape-wear with you. Typically bridal gowns have a lot of structure and sometimes, neither is required for a great fit.
Do you require a deposit / Do you offer payment plans?
We offer payment plans for our bridal gowns. A 50% deposit is required when placing a special order gown, the balance is due when it arrives.
How long does it take wedding gowns to arrive?
Typically bridal gowns take 4-6 months depending on the designer. Rush orders are available from certain designers for a fee. In-stock styles are also available off the rack for our last minute brides.
How many people can I bring to my appointment?
We have large private fitting rooms, so you may bring as big of a group as you like. Keep in mind that your closest friends and family know you best and have your best interest in mind. Sometimes, a lot of opinions can make decision making tough.