So that we can be sure we have a fitting room available and a consultant to help you, we do ask that you make an appointment!
Saturdays are our busiest day of the week. During certain times of the year, our Saturdays will book out by three-four weeks.
We can occasionally accommodate private appointments on Sundays, for a fee. This is dependent upon staff availability
We are an intimate boutique with limited space. While we do not limit the number of guests you may bring, inviting too many people may crowd the space and can be distracting for you!
If you are not able to keep your appointment, we kindly ask that you inform at least 24 hours in advance. We often have a wait-list and could offer the appointment to another bride or bridesmaid party.
During the not-so-warm-months (or inclement weather!) we may ask you to remove your shoes at the door. This helps us to keep our floors clean and protect our gowns. Remember, some brides are trying on their actual wedding dresses that day!
We do provide disposable slippers for your comfort, but welcome you to wear socks or bring your own slippers
Most of our dresses are made with great support and structure, so you shouldn’t have to wear additional garments unless you want to. If you feel like you might wear special undergarments on your wedding day, bring them with you!
We are in a registered building in Saratoga’s historic district, and unfortunately are not handicap accessible. There are 5 brick steps leading up to our front door, and our main floor can accommodate wheelchairs and walkers.
We love being in a historic district, but modern technology doesn't! Although our mailing address is 6 Franklin Square, our building is actually located on the corner of Clinton and Divison Streets.
If you're unfamiliar with our location, we recommend using the address for Bank of America: 27 Division Street, Saratoga Springs, NY. From Bank of America, cross over the traffic light at Railroad Place. We are located at the end of the next block, on the corner of Clinton and Division Street in a large yellow Victorian.