We get asked a lot why we only allow 2 guests per bride. Here's why:
2) Too Many People Is A Bad Idea.
A wedding dress has long been heralded as the most important dress a girl will ever own. That's a lot of pressure! Taking that plunge and buying your special dress can be scary. Most girls assume that by having their mom, four sisters, two sisters-in-law, both grandmothers, fiance, dad, three roommates, and their dog all their to help them make the decision that everything will be easier. Unfortunately, that's simply not true. So many people would never agree on anything (has anyone ever seen "Say Yes To The Dress"?!) Even if the majority of your party agrees that the dress you love is "the one", there's always going to be that one person who doesn't love it. Lets be honest, if everyone had the same taste in everything then there would be no variety and fun in this world! Unfortunately, that one person that can't get on board with your dream dress dampens the mood for the whole experience.
A bridal party of 10 people, equals 20 busy feet. That many feet in a small, confined area full of wedding dresses never ends well. Unfortunately we have had our delicate gowns stepped on, dirtied, ripped and ruined by busy, busy bridal party members. It is for the sake of our gowns staying pristine that we not only limit the number of guests allowed, but also request that all bridal guests stay seated for the duration of the appointment.
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