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Wedding Dress Shopping...

Hi Everyone!I need your help. My future SIL is planning on flying out to go wedding dress shopping with me. She will only be here for a weekend, so I want to ensure that we hit up the best stores while she is here.What I need to know is- how long did you spend in each shop? What would be a safe guess when scheduling?What are stores that  I must go to? TIA, I appreciate it!

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    emilynchrisemilynchris member
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    edited December 2011
    I would go to d'Anellis in Lakewood. I never went there to try on dresses (the day I had an appointment they didn't have power and I never rescheduled.) but we went there looking for BM dresses and they seemed to have a really good selection of Bridal gowns. :) I got mine from Little While Bridal and they have been wonderful! My dress actually came in this past weekend! woo hoo!!! (They dont have a huge selection though...) Also I don't know how others felt, but trying on dresses for me was exhausting! I was over it after the first time I went and didn't go back out for weeks! haha! But once I found my dress of course I was excited! I would just say to allow yourself enough time at each place (depending on how many dresses you want to try on) but an hour to an hour and a half should be fine. I think I had hour appointments at places and that was always plenty of time. And if you put one on you know its a no, just move on :) Hope this helps, Good Luck! let us know how it goes!
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    edited December 2011
    -Amandas bridal-Bridal connection in DTC-there is a store in Castle rock, little white dress shop or something...(little selection but with a bigger price tag $$$)-Bridal collection in LongmontThere are a few up north:-Bridal store off of I 25 and windsor and another one in Windsor...sorry I don't know the names.  But they have a great selection too.
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    paigef11paigef11 member
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    edited December 2011
    I agree w/PP. Bridal Collection was my FAVORITE of all time (ask for Dee if you go there!), but it's actually in DTC. D'Anelli's and Amanda's have lots of dresses and a reasonable price range. If you're looking to spend a little more, Priscilla's gets rave reviews. GL!
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    edited December 2011
    I'd say to give yourself at least 2 hours to try on dresses. And definitely make appointments. I know some places won't let you try dresses on without one. I went to Dina's Bridal in Superior (where I bought my dress) and Anna Be in Denver (where I bought my veil and BM dresses). I loved both places. Dina's is more laid back and Anna Be is a little more upscale. They're both super friendly and helpful! I was not a fan of D'Annelli's at all. They do have a large selection but it was absolutely chaotic and of the 3 people I asked questions of, no one had any idea. I wasn't willing to order a dress through them...made me too uneasy. Kind of an important purchase!
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    edited December 2011
    Anna Be was definitely my favorite hands down. Fabulous dresses, fantastic service, etc.I also liked the Bridal Collection and D'Anellis has a ton of dresses but not the best "experience". I've heard great things about Felice as well.
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    edited December 2011
    Thanks ladies! You rock.
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    edited December 2011
    The Bridal Collection was amazing and made me feel so comfortable! I left Priscilla's pretty disappointed (with the fit of the dress and the service) but Dee at the Bridal Collection made it a great day again! Felice in Cherry Creek was nice, but not a huge selection. D'Anelli was a bit crazy for my taste, but they have a huge selection!   Good luck and have an amazing time!!!   http://shcdenverwedding.weebly.com
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