- 7 years ago
- Wedding: August 2012
I am a impulsive shopper. But I don’t want to be this when shopping for my dress. I have a while until my wedding, but wanted to start the process now. So I made a list of places I wanted to check out to see if I even want to make an appointment at. After reading all the reviews online I came out with my list of Denver stores to look at:
The Bridal Collection
Priscella of Boston
Little White Dress Shop
Blue Bridal Boutique
Bellezza Bridal Boutique
Bea’s Bridal Nook
There’s a lot! This is why I didn’t want to make appointments just yet! So my bestie flew in town for my birthday this weekend and I thought what a great time to check some out.
We went browsing into three:
Priscella of Boston. I liked this one, I did. I just thought I would like it more. Everyone working was perfectly nice, but I just thought there would be more dresses that I really liked. Especially for the size of the store and quality of dresses. But overall, good. Make an appointment..probably.
Felice Bridal: This is a smaller, but very nice store in Cherry Creek. I loved so many dresses in here. Especially, the Judd Waddell ones. Its is a family owned shop too, which was unexpected. Make an appointment: definitely.
Lastly, Blue Bridal Boutique. This place is hiding in the Denver Pavilions. It looks like it belongs on Lamier Square or in Cherry Creek. Its is pretty big. Lots of good options. The prices seemed to range in the $1000-3000 range, which for the quality of dresses actually seemed low. They also had a fairly large selection of sample dresses for sale for $299 and up if your looking for a steal 🙂 Overall, great selection, especially the Lazaro dresses. Make an appointment= Yes!
So I have not narrowed it down much, but I am on my way.
Have any of you bees shopped at these stores or any others in Denver? What did you think?