Hello beautiful brides to be! :)
All of us have that “perfect” wedding dress in mind and our favorite designers that we would DIE to wear… but the truth is, they’re usually out of our price range and we have to make the decision to say goodbye to your dream dress. And this can be a heartbreaking thing. But thankfully, this doesn’t have to be the case anymore.
While watching the ABC show Shark Tank, an adorable young lady came on the show with an idea that I believe will change the way brides shop for their wedding dresses.
Now, some of us enjoy going into the bridal shop and tying a million dresses on. While some of us already know exactly what we want. And in this case, I believe this website is for you.
This revolutionary website is called Nearly Newlywed. The concept is pretty simple. Jackie, the founder of Nearly Newlyweds, receives designers dresses for the fraction of the cost and sells them to YOU for that cheap price. How? She receives floor sample dresses from bridal shops and also dresses from brides who have gently worn them on their wedding day. The thing I believe is so different about Nearly Newlyweds, is that Jackie and her team personally go through each wedding dress and inspect it before placing that dress on their website for sale. And if there are ANY damages, she will note those things in the description of the dress. The thing that makes this website so respectable, is that Nearly Newlyweds have an exclusive partnership with the famous Kleinfield. Nearly Newlyweds have also been featured on and in Style Me Pretty, NBC, Brides.com, The Washington Post, along with many other big name publications.
Nearly Newlyweds even have this really cool feature that you can TRY on the wedding dress, and if you don’t like it, you simply send it back. No shipping charges and no hassle.
I personally wish I would have known about this incredible website when I got married, which is why I so strongly want to share it with all of you!
I hope you find your dream wedding dress. Because you deserve it. :)
XOXO Chrissy Vensel