Monday, November 23, 2009
This week new gowns have been coming and we know that lace is back and it is beautiful. Our first four gowns in this week were lace and they were big sellers. We are so excited when we get new gowns, it is like Christmas but earlier. The consultants get so excited to open the boxes, just like little kids, lol. I do have to say the selection of gowns we have for Spring 2010 are going to be fantastic. We are having a short week this week for Thanksgiving, we will be closed of course Thursday, and will reopen Friday and Saturday for a big weekend since people will be home for the holidays. Call for an appointment for Friday or Saturday and see all our new things. We want to congratulate Ashley Gammon who got married Saturday, we saw her and her mom Friday for a final fitting to help her mom learn how to lace her up, her mom loved her redesigned gown that had a cool Facchianos designed collar. We are waiting to get pictures to put on this blog, we will show those soon. Have a great Turkey day and don't forget to visit Facchianos.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
The girls asked if they could dress in Orange and Black on Saturday for Halloween, everyone looked very festive, except me, I didn't own anything Orange so I stuck with the Black and White uniform, lol. We had the window decorated in Orange and Black too. We did have a great October, I can't believe how many weddings were every weekend, booked solid. We want to congratulate Erin McCall, Valerie Cain, and Mandy Vaughn, they got married the 24th of October and we hope to see pictures soon. I also want to congratulate our brides from this past weekend AnnDee went and coordinated Ashley Heider's wedding at the Petroleum Club and went off without a hitch. Ashley was wearing an original design from Facchianos that was redesigned just for her, we call it "Anniston", she accented the gown with a beautiful Cathedral veil to match. Then Rachel was off to Leslie Barnard's wedding the same day and her's was great as well. Her wedding was at Trinity Episcopal downtown. Her gown was a Sophia Tolli gown called "Vivienne" and we did lots of french bustles on the train which turned the gown into a bubble hem in the back. I was pretty proud of that bustle. We always like to make unique designed bustles that are functional for moving around at the reception. When we coordinate the weddings it thrills us to see the final product of all the planning we've been a part of. Here are some brides that just sent us pictures of themselves and we are so glad to see how beautiful they look. The bride on the porch is Brooke and our other lovely bride is all the way from Rio in Brazil, Daniella, aren't they both absolutely stunning? We hope they are as happy with us as we were to help them.