DeBorah's Bridal

Charleston, South Carolina  29412    


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Q.  Should I schedule an appointment to try on bridal gowns?

A.   Yes. By scheduling your appointment, you have reserved a specific time, a fitting room and a bridal consultant who will give you one-on-one assistance.  This will give you time to try on various wedding gown styles.  Also, if you are an out of town bride looking for destination wedding gowns, it is important to allow yourself time.

Q.  Should I tell my consultant my Bridal Gown budget?

A.  Yes.  It is not best to try on Bridal Gowns above your budget.  When a bride falls in love with a dress out of her range, the Bride may leave her appointment confused and heartbroken without a dress.

Q.  Should I go Bridal Gown shopping financially unprepared?

A.  No.  We do not know when a Bridal Gown will be discontinued.  Once the gown is discontinued, you will have to start the process all over again wishing to find another that brings you joy.

Q.  Do you have an in-house seamstress at DeBorah's Bridal?

A.   Yes.  An seamstress with over 40 years of experience.

Q.  How long does it take for Bridal to arrive after ordering.

A.   Delivery time depends upon the Bridal Gown designers.

      Bridal Gowns can sometimes take 4-6 months if not in

      stock.  Bridesmaid Dresses may takes 8-14 weeks.

      All our designers offer Rush Cut with an additional charge.

Q.   What does RUSH CUT mean?

A.   Rush Cut tells factory to move your order ahead of regular

      orders to be cut earlier.

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