Is this your dress?

Published: Monday | January 14, 2013 Comments 0
For a more playful wedding, add parasols for that dramatic effect. Shantel overlooks the majestic sea at the Ochi Beach Club in this one-shoulder duchess satin Grecian-inspired gown.
For a more playful wedding, add parasols for that dramatic effect. Shantel overlooks the majestic sea at the Ochi Beach Club in this one-shoulder duchess satin Grecian-inspired gown.


One of the most important and perhaps the most expensive items on a wedding list is that gorgeous wedding gown. A woman wants to be the centre of attention when she steps into the room - the belle of the ball - and why not? After all, as the saying goes, it is the most important day in a woman's life.

Shopping for your wedding dress should be an experience to remember. Sadly, it has been acknowledged that Jamaican brides have not been provided with that level of service and attention which they deserve. One of the game-changers in this regard is our wedding partner Bliss Bridal Boutique, which provided us with a number of beautiful gowns to suit all different style tastes.

As proprietor and stylist Sara Stanford shared, "(Our) goal is to ensure that every bride leaves the boutique feeling beautiful, timeless and 'blissful'. This is guaranteed, she said, by offerring them a personalised experience.

Bliss Bridal Boutique was started by Stanford, a Jamaican businessowner for more than 12 years. After experiencing the wedding-dress industry when she was engaged in 2011, Sara said: "I can do it better", and Bliss Bridal Boutique was born. She comes to the bridal industry with a wealth of personal experience and true love for wedding attire. Here's a mini-collection of the fabulous gowns that are available for your dream wedding.

grandison.garfene@gleanerjm.com

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