Saying Yes To The Dress: Why 4 Brides Chose The Dress They Did

When it comes to picking a wedding dress, every bride has her own taste and style. Whether it is a high neck with an illusion neckline and back, or an off-the-shoulder bustier ball gown, each dress is special to the bride who chose to wear it on her wedding day. Read this Wedding411 blog to find out where 4 local brides purchased their dress, who the designer was, the style chosen, and why each said “YES!” to the dress.

Katlyn Armstrong

Wedding Date:  May 4, 2019

Bridal Shop:  Claire’s Fashions

Designer:  Stella York

Style:  Fit & Flare, full lace, high neck with illusion neckline and back.

Why I Said Yes To The Dress: “I loved the details of the lace all over the dress with just some hints of illusion along the sides, neckline and back. It went perfect with my outdoor wedding.”

Rob Garland Photographers

Lauria Netter

Wedding Date:  May 11, 2019

Bridal Shop:  Love & Lace Bridal Boutique

Designer:  San Patrick

Style:  Mermaid silhouette tiered lace gown

Why I Said Yes To The Dress: “I love lace and wanted something with texture. I was lucky that the boutique had a lace veil that matched the dress perfectly so it seemed like fate. It was a dress that made me feel beautiful and was so much fun to dance in!”

Robyn Brown Photography, LLC

Mandi Michael

Wedding Date: June 22, 2019

Bridal Shop:  Gamberdella’s

Designer:  Casablanca

Style: High Slit Sequin Gown With Plunging Choker Neck

Why I Said Yes To The Dress: “I love sparkle. My dress had just the right amount of beautiful beading that added the right amount of shimmer over soft lace. The train was gorgeous – a detail I wanted for pictures.”

tPoz Photography

Efua Opoku

Wedding Date: July 27, 2019

Bridal Shop:  B’venaj

Designer:  B’venaj by Vanessa Avenorgbo

Styled by: Abigail Teye (ATeye Image & Style)

Style:  2 in 1 beaded off the shoulder bustier ball gown with detachable skirt & sleeves transitioning into a reception look.

Why I Said Yes To The Dress: “The moment I put the dress on, I felt like a Queen.”

Emmanuel Sasu Mensah Agbeble

Written/Organized By: Julie Ambridge & Kristen Fox

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