Posts Tagged ‘Bridal Salons’

A Fresh, New Mia Bridal Couture + A Fabulous Watters Trunk Show!

Monday, November 18th, 2013

Houston Bridal Salon

With its chic and welcoming River Oaks salon, and its reputation for gorgeous wedding gowns and highly personalized service, Mia Bridal Couture has long been a favorite among style-minded Houston brides searching for “the one.” And it just got even better. Sporting a fresh new logo, soon to be launching a new full-featured website, and now featuring design houses Enaura, Pronovias Atelier and Ysa Makino for the very first time, Mia Bridal Couture is taking bridal glamour to a whole new level.

And what better way to celebrate its sparkling new look than with a hot-off-the-New-York-bridal-market-runway TRUNK SHOW, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29-30, showcasing the latest Fall 2014 looks from perennial bridal favorite Watters. Call 713.622.2022 now to book your appointment for a Thanksgiving-weekend date with these dazzling dresses…and give yourself something to be truly thankful for!

We’ll be showcasing Mia Bridal Couture all this week, so be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for a peek at stunning new gowns, upcoming Mia Bridal Couture events—and an exclusive Mia Bridal Couture interview with one of the most exciting new bridal designers on the planet.

And happy shopping, Houston bride!

Watters Bridal Gowns 2014

Photo: Watters

A Sophisticated New Space for Weddings by Debbie

Monday, April 26th, 2010

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Though it’s been in its beautiful Katy/West Houston location since fall, Weddings by Debbie is still enjoying that new salon smell. As for Houston area brides, they’re elegant, sophisticated look and larger size of the new store, located at 20235-B Katy Freeway, Katy, TX 77450.

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We checked in with WBD vice president AJ Ruley, who told us that brides are big fans of the salon’s large dressing rooms, “enormous viewing area” and plentiful mirrors, which allow each bride to view each dress she tries on from a variety of angles. “Our atmosphere promotes beauty and sophistication,” she says, adding, “We make every effort to make each girl feel special.”

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Not only has WBD’s space gotten bigger and more beautiful, so has its selection of designer gowns, at different price points to accommodate a variety of budgets. “We added Rosa Clara, another designer out of Spain, and we added new collections of established designers already in the store, such as Matthew Christopher, Stephen Yearick, Lazaro, Jim Hjelm, Alvina Valenta, Tara Keely and Manuel Mota of Pronovias, while buying even deeper into other lines represented heavily in our store,” explains Ruley. Need a little style advice? She notes that the classic ballgown is the “it” style this season, especially when paired with a long veil and colored shoes.

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Speaking of which…WBD has also upped its inventory of footwear and accessories—bonus! “We also added new collections of Accents by Alexis which is a local veil and jewelry company that is on the rise and can turn around merchandise for quick brides and for brides that want more customized jewelry for their special day,” Ruley says. Plus, WBD now carries shoes from British footwear firm Benjamin Adams Shoe Co., which offers shoes to coordinate with all WBD gowns, and silk shoes in different colors—“Awesome!” says Ruley

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As if all this wasn’t cool enough, WBD plans to launch a fabulous new website next month, so keep an eye out for it, and tell a to-be-wed friend!