Bridal Salons & Photos?

posted 3 years ago in Boston
Post # 2
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Bumble bee

BHLDN (Chestnut Hill) – Allows photos

La Reine (Waltham) – Does not allow photos

Priscilla of Boston (Boston) – Does not allow photos

L’elite (Boston) – Does not allow photos

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

I know you are against places that don’t allow photos, but if you go ask them for designer and model names and you can generally look up pictures.  

Post # 5
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I bought my dress at blushing brides in Peabody. It was an hour drive from where I live (central ma), but they didn’t say anything to my sister who was taking pictures of every dress I tried on. I bought a sample dress and I LOOOOOVE it. I did bring it home with me, as I will probably shop around for alteration quotes. 

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

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Post # 7
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Bumble bee

I bought my dress at Vows in Watertown and they allowed photos.

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Wannabee

Hi! As a former bride myself – it’s super helpful to be able to take photos while you’re trying dresses on! I’m a wedding coordinator in the area (http://www.jessicahennesseyweddings.com) and this is a *great* question. 

A lot of the bigger shops with the very high-end designers won’t allow photos. However, two shops I highly suggest that have a great selection of gowns AND allow photos are:

Cristina’s Bridal in Andover: https://www.cristinasbridal.com/

Bella Bridal Shoppe in Amesbury: http://bella-bride.com/

And if you’re looking for high-end designer dresses at a lower cost, Vows in Watertown is also great and allows photos!

Good luck and happy hunting, enjoy it!

Jessica

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