Ladie’s Night @ Rona

Rona is ‘Doing it Right’ on Thursday, December 3rd for Ladie’s Night.

Join me at the Kitchener location (730 Ottawa St S) for a night of special promotions, gift ideas and fun!

Other vendors joining me are Lucas from Foto Flare, Home Outfitters, Zellers, Boston Pizza, Curves and much more!

Visit me at my table and ask me some questions about your wedding, and let me tell you how The Bride’s Butler can help you save time and money while planning your wedding.
Sign up for our bi-monthly newsletter while at the show and be entered to win a Bride & a Groom
T-shirt with a fabric pen! These shirts are popular at Stag & Does and can be a fun memento from the night if you get guests to sign them!

I look forward to seeing you on December 3rd from 6pm to 8:30pm in Kitchener at Rona!

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Choosing a Wedding Dress

Will you Say Yes to the Dress?

Most Brides are familiar with the TLC show that showcases the many ups and downs of finding that ‘perfect’ wedding dress. Although the people are real, and the store does exist, the show is merely a glorified reality show. The average bride will not spend upwards of $10,000 to $25,000 on a dress (like some brides on the show do – that’s just insane!).

Hamilton area brides are a bit more budget conscious when it comes to finding the dress they will wear on their wedding day.

There are many bridal boutiques in Hamilton, and my favorite is Juliz’ Bridal on Brucedale Ave.
There is a wide selection of dresses, the store is always clean, bright and organized, and Zsuzanna and her staff are always so helpful. Check out their website to view the collections they offer, or stop by the store to see them first hand. Juliz’ also offers a good selection of “off the rack” sample dresses for usually just a few hundred dollars.

Another place to look for a wedding dress is on sites like Kijiji, Craigslist and recycledbride.
Most used wedding dresses are in very good shape, and will be a fraction of the cost you’d pay for a new one. Plus, if you are conscious of being Eco Friendly, a ‘recycled’ dress may be the perfect fit for you.

They say that when you put on the dress of your dreams you “just know” – kind of the like the same as when you met the man of your dreams. .

Won’t it be nice to hear from your Groom just how beautiful you look in your dress? Your dress must be one that you not only look and feel beautiful in, but one that is comfortable, matches your style, personality and budget, and one that compliments the theme and season of your wedding.

Wishing you the best of luck in finding your perfect dress!

BB Tip# 6 – Be sure to order your dress at least 9 months before your wedding.  This allows for ordering, shipping and alterations.

Me at Juliz’ Bridal in Hamilton. :)
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