Post # 16
I live in NYC but am getting married in Montreal this July 🙂 I would not recommend Bridal Garden – I personally felt a bit tricked by their website – many of the dresses are made for them (so are new not used) and I didn’t get the sense that they were a charitable organization as they claimed. I did not get any help in trying/selecting gowns, and the only time I interacted with a sales person was when they were trying to convince me that a Jim Heljm dress (probably from the early 2000’s based on style) was worth $2000 because it was “designer”. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I visited BHLDN where I ended up purchasing, but LOVED Lovely Bride and they had many dresses in the under $4000 range for sure! Good luck!
Post # 17
Ohh there are all so awesome! I will check them out! To the November bride- @mrsshestobe I’ll find the link hold on. Also imo November isn’t that far away- you might benefit from trying things on still. Don’t end up like me changing your mind every 5 minutes with less than 5 months go! Lol. Don’t focus on your arms. I ruined my first bridal appointment because I HATE my nose and I originally planned to have rhinoplasty before my wedding. This is such a fun time, don’t let self consciousness sabotage it!
^ the link
Post # 18
BeeLovesMTB : Don’t be intimidated! I’m still in the waiting phase (I know the order number for the ring that will be delivered next week ha!) and am resisting the urge to go try on dresses.
Im in he NYC area and would go shopping with you if you need someone!