What are bridal stores doing to help Coronavirus brides?


Small companies are the lifeblood of most societies and small companies are discovering new and innovative ways to support their consumers with COVID-19. For bridal stores, this is particularly true. Stores are practically bare without brides coming in to put on gowns. But! Oh, but! No ordinary small businesses are our community of retailers. Many of our retailers have found creative ways to accommodate the brides of the neighbourhoods, instead of closing their doors entirely.


Sewing masks for healthcare employees is one of the greatest things that our retailers do. With an excess supply of readily available garment bags, shops are putting their seamstress skills to use! In order to sew these important masks, stores like The Gown Shop, RK Bridal, Moondance Bridal, K and B Bridal, and J Andrews are coming together. We are especially proud to hear storeys from Natalie Ann Brides Shops, whose co-owner took home her sewing machine and makes masks for our local food stores and the elderly.


We don’t know everything, but we know one thing for sure: how to create rad dresses that celebrate the woman in them. It’s our mission to create gowns with sleek silhouettes that you can feel not just good, but amazing in. We think of the little things : from stretchy linings for a surprisingly comfy fit, to secret support through boning, to rigorous fit testing on models of all sizes.  For Wedding dresses Canada We’re a brand that’s got your back.