Walking down the aisle is officially an adventure like no other, which means one thing: we absolutely want to make sure that you’ve got the perfect wedding day attire. Fortunately, Dallas has a shopping history with which few cities can compete – both the original Neiman Marcus and the oldest shopping center in the United States, Highland Park Village, call this place their home. So before we get any further in this planning process, let’s gather our mothers and our maids of honor (don’t forget to leave the fiancé out of this one) and get to the gowns.
As many of us would agree, your wedding finery is technically around for one day and one day only. The thing we don’t talk about as often is the fact that this dress is going to live on in infamy – it will be in photos, in memories, and preserved in a box from which someday, maybe, your daughter will want to try it on. Stardust Celebrations is a boutique that understands. Covering couture, moderate and bridal outlet price points, Stardust offers not only designer styles but also wedding styling.
Patsy’s, A Bridal Boutique
Unique designers, seasoned consultants and generation-defining style. Honestly, it’s impossible to find anyone in Texas with something bad to say about Patsy’s – all the brides we know are raving about the selection and the service, not to mention feeling beautiful when they walk away in white.
The Bridal Salon at Stanley Korshak
Stanley Korshak has a serious reputation as one of the finest full-service salons in the country with its selection of exclusive pieces from high end designers (oh, and an in-house designer more than happy to create custom couture). Throw in veils, wraps, jewelry, shoes, cosmetics consultations and hair professional recommendations…yes, this salon is primed and ready to turn bridal dreams into reality.
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