I may return to David's Bridal in Danvers, MA to try on more gowns. However the first time I went was last year.
The wedding consultant was pleasant but not really in tune with what I wanted. The dressing rooms are tiny with
no mirrors in them and it was exhausting trying on so many gowns so quickly then have to come out in public
to actually look at them. Is this typical of all wedding gown retailers? The consultant brought me gowns I didn't want and
didn't bring most of the ones I wanted. I understand (because I'm going to be married for the second time around) that
the wedding industry is just that - an industry. But when you walk in to a salon as an excited bride to be you want to be
treated very well no matter what your budget, with dressing rooms large enough to enjoy. I felt like I was in a barn. So
I'm probably going to move on to other salons to test their customer service. I won't buy a gown no matter how well I like it
from a retailer poor in customer service. It's really a shame. I'm sure it must be exhausting and not easy to be a wedding gown sales
person. Retailers shouldn't overbook them for that reason, treat them well, give them plenty of breaks and support so they
can at least make it look like they're as excited about your wedding as you are.