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David's Bridal probably has the largest selection of Bridal Gowns in Tulsa. They have many sizes, prices, and styles to choose from. Kelsey worked with us and was so helpful and patient, and pleasant. We did find a beautiful dress there that would have to be altered. They were able to order it in the right size to be here in time. Thank you.
These people are really helpful. They do want you to make an appointment so that they will be ready to help. They respect your requests to stay within your requested budget, and they have a wide varity of styles, prices, and sizes.
This bridal store was fantastic. I brought my dress in to get pressed and I'm from out of town. When I asked how long it would take the owner rushed it for me and had it ready in 30 minutes! She's great. She pay very careful attention to details. This store also offers other services for free that most stores charge for such as pressing, a bustle and a bag for your dress. I would highly recommend this store to anyone looking for any type of gown. They have so many to choose from!
Very friendly people. I was able to get the dress I was looking for and loved
Definitely not a very good selection of dresses at all. Most looked very old in design. Their website claims to sell Maggie Sottero and they did have one single dress in the location but when I looked up Maggie Sottero's website before making the plunge to go with them since they offered to beat any other bridal salon in Tulsa on pricing I found out they are not authorized to sell Maggie Sottero!! I am glad I did my homework and hope you do too!
I stopped in on a whim, and really enjoyed the consultants. Its a smaller boutique, but sadly I didn't get my dress here. The ladies were super sweet and nice (I had Shawna). They had a large selection of dresses, that can fit almost any size! However, their dress selection didn't have any dress styles that I wanted (fit and flare lace). They did find one fitted dress that I really enjoyed, but it wasn't the one. I may have to go back for one of their veils though!
Boutique is a smaller one, and their selection is a little limited compared to what I've seen at other stores in Tulsa. With that said, however, I did notice that they have a great variety of dresses, all relatively affordable! I kept running into the problem at other boutiques that had only one primary shape or fabric (all ballgowns, all a-lines, all tulle, all satin), but JB had a good variety (they even had a tea-length dress!). My dress ended up being a little over $1000, but the price I got was actually on par with the competitive online wedding wholesale websites. I've also been to swanky expensive boutiques, and the dresses that JB has are comparable-- while they aren't " couture runway" dresses, I found a high quality alencon lace dress that looked, felt, and was a quality dress that looks like a $2500 dress! Trisha was a great consultant. I was a bit wary of her because she wasn't all that nice and welcoming at first, but she may have just been having a bad day before I came. She warmed up pretty quickly though, and was very helpful. She let me and a friend look through the dresses to pick out what we liked (I'm very picky) and made very helpful suggestions. She wasn't overly pushy either. I bought the dress, but still need to pick it up in 5 months. Will have to wait to see how fittings and alterations go!