White Arbor Bridal Offering Hundreds of Dresses at Low Prices During Sale

 05/31/2017 - 14:26
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(Press Release)

The second annual c will take place from July 8 - July 16. White Arbor Bridal, located in Saline, is offering hundreds of dresses at low prices.  Pricing will range from $99 - $1000. All dresses will be take home ready.

White Arbor Bridal is a local business with a personal touch.  “We love all the girls we meet everyday!” Holding says.  “This sale is an opportunity for every bride to have her dream dress at rock bottom pricing.”

More than 500 locally-owned independent bridal retailers coast to coast including some top bridal salons in United States, Canada, and Mexico will participate in this event meant to offer brides a great deal while supporting local bridal retailers.

“Conceptually National Bridal Sale Event is intended to become a tradition, much like a Black Friday or Small Business Saturday. For the bridal industry, this will be held annually on the third Saturday in July,” says the event’s creator, Sue Maslowski, owner of Jay West Bridal in Haddonfield, N.J.

The event’s tagline is The Best Deal Of Your Life, For The Best Day Of Your Life. The participating locally-owned independent bridal salons want to make that dream come true.

“At the same time, brides would not have to shop the Internet for price,” Maslowski says. “They can walk into any participating bridal salon across the country that day and touch, see and feel what they are purchasing with no surprises.”  

Organizations supporting this event include Association of Wedding Gown Specialists, Bridal Guide, BrideClick, International Bridal Manufacturer Association (IBMA), MyWedding.com, Martha Stewart Weddings, The International Bridal Manufactures Association (IBMA), The Knot, Brides, VOWS Magazine, and WeddingWire.

For more information about our sale, please call us at 734-470-6805 or email us at whitearborbridal@gmail.com

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