We love to highlight our Brides, share dress inspiration and expert tips to help you find THE ONE!
Are you planning a destination wedding? All the details that go into planning a wedding can be overwhelming at best and thinking about doing it from afar can seem a bit intimidating. The One Bridal Salon, real bride, Jeri breaks down for you how she and her now husband went about planning their destination wedding. Read along for […]
Wellesley and Ulrich’s King Family Wedding last August was absolutely peach perfect! We love everything about this wedding, from the bride’s classic and timeless attire to the fun pops of colors in the florals. But most of all we loved how Wellesley and Ulrich incorporated peaches throughout the wedding; as gifts for their guests, in the floral arrangements, […]
Wedding dress shopping is fun, right? But sometimes you may run into some unfamiliar terms, phrases, fabrics, and silhouettes. No problem because we got you! Keep reading to hear some answers to some common questions that we hear from our brides. Question one: “What is ruching, and should I consider trying on a wedding dress […]
We love all of our brides but this one is extra special for The One Bridal Salon’s bridal consultant, Kelsey. Kelsey and Camberly have been friends since they were 18 and so Kelsey was thrilled when Camberly asked her to be a member of her bridal party and to be present for Camberly and Mike’s […]
There are a lot of wedding dress shopping misconceptions or myths that have been passed along, almost like urban legends. Some of these myths can take a fun memorable experience and turn it into something stressful and quite frankly, nightmarish! We want your dream dress shopping experience to be exactly that, a dream, easy, fun, […]
There’s something we simply love about a downtown Charlottesville wedding and Caroline and Christian’s March wedding is no exception. From the downtown landscape to a couple so clearly in love, there’s so much to adore about this wedding. When Caroline came in to find “the one” she wanted something that was traditional, simple, and classic. […]