Post # 1
I am a bridesmaid in a friend’s wedding and she has already picked out her bridesmaids dresses from David’s bridal. Do I need to make an appointment if I know what dress it is and if so, will they pull it ahead of time so I’m all set? Just wondering since I’ve never been there before. Thank you!
Post # 3
Hello, I picked my bridesmaid dress at David’s bridal and most of my bridesmaids had to go get it. They all went and got it on the weekdays without an appointment and it was fine. Saturdays are their busiest days so you might want to call the store and check, but even so I don’t think you need an appointment.
Note though that your dress is probably not at the store. The dress that I picked, the store had all the sizes for my BMs to try on, but only one of them was the right color so all the others were ordered. I know that some of the dresses they don’t even have all the sizes in, so some bridesmaids need to be measured and then the size needs to be ordered. One of my bridesmaids was out of country and called in her measurements. Hope this helps!
Post # 4
I’d say call the store to make sure they have the dress you need in the right size physically at the store before you bother going down there. Once they have the right dress in the right size in stock it’s up to you weather you make an appointment or not. You don’t need one, but if you’re in a hurry it might make things faster. Like
@shybee28: said, they’re usually busier on Saturdays (Sundays too but Saturday’s are the worst) and the one near me is busy later in the evening too so keep that in mind. The best time to go without an appointment is during the day on a weekday if you can make that work. Even if you show up at peak hours without an appointment someone will help you, you just might have to wait a little longer. 🙂
Post # 5
go on a week day so you can get the attention you need- and make sure your dress fits like a glove – try on different sizes to avoid altering- i went with a six cause it fit better then a 8 but a 4 would have got rid of my alterations- there goes 125 bucks!