Toy has been in business for more than 20 years working with brides to satisfy their wants and needs for their special wedding day. Toy keeps an open mind and with years of experience, can help brides make gown selections and adjustments fit for her.
He continues to showcase the ‘Bernard Foong’ R-T-W collections in Hong Kong and is currently working on the Bernard Foong @ Modern Classic Ltd. (an established Hong Kong bridal & evening wear company) collections.
Looking beautiful and feeling divine - that is my desire and dream for you! You may have other dressmakers to choose from so why should you consider my services? Well, I am highly experienced and very confident in my work. I am also honest, reliable and adhere to the highest standard of business practices.
Myndi’s ONLINE BRIDAL SHOP is filled with designers we specially selected for their quality of workmanship and designed bridal gown, prom dresses and evening dresses, Maui tuxedo rental, Maui formal wear rental attire and accessories.
Welcome to the Ritz Store in Honolulu, Hawaii over 75 years in business with Wedding Dresses, Prom Gowns, Bridesmaids Gowns, Mother of the Bride Gowns, Formalwear and more. Every major brand specially priced to fit your bridal budget.
Coco's Lingerie Boutique specializes in professional bra fittings and carries a variety of fine European lingerie, luxurious sleepwear and lounge wear. Coco's Lingerie Boutique offers lingerie ranging from the seductive to the supportive, always with elegant beauty and exceptional quality in mind.
Hawaii wedding dresses, bridal shops and bridal accessories
From classic to cutting-edge, we have tons of Hawaii wedding dress designers to fit and flatter every beautiful bride. “The One” is out there and it might be the most important dress you’ll ever wear, so no settling allowed! Browse our directory of local wedding dress retailers and bridal shops to find lingerie, accessories and beautiful bridesmaid dresses, so your bridal party looks as good as you.
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