Brides to be… if you’re still in search for the perfect wedding dress, I highly recommend you check out Pearl Bridal Boutique in Mill 1 at Open Square in Holyoke, MA! Pearl Bridal is a unique boutique that carries a variety of designers not found in other local bridal shops. I’ve had a number of brides lately who’ve found the most gorgeous and exclusive dresses from Pearl Bridal.
About Pearl Bridal Boutique
Pearl Bridal’s goal is to ensure that your gown shopping experience is fun, easy, and memorable. The shop operates by appointment only and each bride gets her own private dressing room as well as guest viewing area. There are no more than 3 brides in the salon at one time. They also carry bridesmaid dresses and only take one bridal party by appointment at a time so you don’t have to deal with tons of other people at the same time!
The shop has been in business for almost 11 years and is owned and operated by Ryan. Her love for all things bridal began back when she was in college and got a job working in a bridal salon. Here’s what she has to say about Pearl Bridal…
What makes Pearl Bridal stand out from other bridal boutiques?
Our collections are carefully curated to be different. We know brides want to be unique and show their own individual style on their wedding day, and that is at the forefront of our minds when picking the pieces that will be in our store. We carry many harder to find designers as well as a few hand-made in the US accessory collections.
What is one thing you want clients to know about your business?
We really pride ourselves on our hospitality, ease to work with, and laid back approach. We never want a bride to feel insecure, sold to, or nervous during the process. We want you to feel like you are one of our friends and we are here to support you and help you find your dream wedding gown!
What inspired you to open your own business?
I was getting married and was finding that most of the local shops carried the same few designers. I didn’t have time to go out to Boston or NYC nor the budget for those shops. I thought if I have this problem, then I bet a lot of other area brides must too. Back when I was in college, I worked at a bridal salon. My boss at the time told me she was going to sell me the business when she retired. I thought well if she saw something in me back then, I have to give it a go, and here we are almost 11 years later!
To make an appointment with Ryan and her team to see their full selection of gowns and accessories, visit Pearl Bridal Boutique!
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