Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Happy Holidays Celebrated with New Collections!

Happy Holidays from the team at Meg Guess Couture! 

In celebration of the holiday season we wanted to give our brides the best selection, the most amazing gowns and have launched the new bridal line, Amy Kuschel Bride. Experience this collection of "Clever Couture" wedding gowns for the discriminating bride who is looking for excellence in design & true quality workmanship. Each piece expresses Amy’s conception of elegance and sophistication while reflecting her passionate approach to design and love of luxurious fabrics, from rich silk satins to delicate French laces. Silhouette and fit are of the utmost importance; she strives for a great cut by creating lines that flatter the female form.

What is truly unique about this collection is their commitment to offering value, without sacrifice. Each gown is hand crafted in the San Francisco bridal salon & design studio using the finest fabrics & trims. To view the collection and try on these fabulous gowns, visit Meg Guess Couture Bridal & Boutique. We will be closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, but will re-open for our regular business hours on Friday, December 26th.

We didn't forget about your maids either. Coming this January we will offer the new and exciting collection from the Butter by Nadia bridesmaids company. Nadia created a dress that is so flexible it can be worn to a cocktail dinner, as a rehearsal dress, bridesmaid dress and virtually any other occasion with out anyone seeing it the same twice. Butter was founded with the premise that one dress could be worn by manny and still have great style for the individual. This unique dress will enable your bridesmaid to look and feel beautiful while maintaining consistency and elegance for pictures that will last forever. With over 16 ways to wrap the dress, 3 hem lengths, 25 colors, this collection is a dream come true for many! This one-size dress never needs alterations and can easily go from cliff-side to black tie and everyone is happy.

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