The Wedding of Leah & Brian

Thursday, March 9, 2017

To date, the winter of 2017 has been coined the “winter that wasn’t” here in Kentucky. So, Brian and I were blessed beyond measure to have snow and freezing (5 degrees) temps on our wedding day in early January. I had always wanted a winter wedding. It was such a special day from start to end even if we did have red noses getting those outside snow pics!
Bobbi had this dress in mind as soon as I described my vision. She searched and searched the racks for this Maggie Sotterro dress, but couldn’t find it…because another bride was trying on the dress! Not only did Bobbi pick the perfect dress for me, she also selected a belt and veil that completed the look I had dreamed of. She made the entire experience so much fun and stress free.
I came to Bridal and Formal with my mom and sister-in-law. This was the first stop in our day of 3 planned appointments in the area. But, we didn’t need the other two appointments because we found “the one” so quickly! “The one” happened to be on another bride, but our consultant thought of that dress specifically after I described my dress ideas, wedding style and venue. And, she was right. As soon as my sister-in-law saw me in the dress, I knew by her reaction it was something special. We used our extra time to check out the bridesmaid dresses and found a beautiful Mori Lee gown for them. And, I wanted a very specific berry color for my mom’s dress, and we were able to find it at Bridal and Formal also. My wedding would not have come together without the outstanding selection and wonderful consultants here. Just can’t say enough.

-Leah S.

Bridal Gown by: Maggie Sottero, style McCall and in the Ivory color.
Bridal Veil by: Toni Federici, style Luxe and in the Ivory color.
Bridal Belt by: Casablanca Bridal, style SA014 and in the Ivory/Silver color.
Bridesmaids Gowns by: Mori Lee, style 101 and in the Charcoal color.
Ceremony Location: Central Christian Church Lexington, KY
Reception Location: The Carrick House Lexington, KY
Photography by: Christy Lee Ransdell-Cheek



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