Post # 1
Does anyone know if I need an appointment just to look at headpieces at a bridal salon? I already bought my dress, but haven’t found a veil or headpiece yet. I was hoping to check out a few salons but I really don’t want to make a “big deal” out of it by making an appointment and having someone wait on me.
Post # 3
I hate to bump my own thread, but i amj hoping someone knows the answer? Sorry if bumping myself is rude!
Post # 4
I don’t know the answer to this (and would like to find out, as I need a headpiece too!), but maybe you could just call the salon and see what they suggest.
Post # 5
I would make an appointment, but primarily because I know I want to try on veils with my dress…so first I’d have to put the dress sample back on which might involve the help of the attendant.
The other piece is that at the bridal salon where I bought my dress, the veils are in a separate room, so when I was trying dresses, the attendant would bring me one at a time that she thought would suit. I’m not sure how happy they’d be letting me play with the veils on my own.
Plus, I like having a helper to offer a totally outside opinion! So my vote would be to call up and say, “I am hoping to try on veils. Can I make an appointment for that, or should I just stop in?”
Post # 6
I already tried on veils at the place I bought my gown, and I didn’t really love any of them. So, I would not have the gown with me while trying on the veils (it is being altered).,
Post # 7
I would just call and ask. I doubt you need an appointment, unless you really need serious attention and help from them. If you think you can pick your own why not just go in and start looking.
Post # 8
I agree I would just call and ask – I haven’t ever heard of having to do that but it doens’t mean that you might have to.
Post # 9
Yes, you need appointments. I bought my dress and veil seperatley and thought I could just stop by some bridal stores to check out their veil selection but I was informed by every store I called that I needed an appointment.