Monday - Thursday 11am-7pm
Friday - Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday - CLOSED
Bridal by appointment only
Prom is walk-in Only
Do I need an appointment?
Appointments are not required on the weekdays but are strongly recommended. We require appointments on weekends to ensure that each bride receives the service and attention she deserves. If you stop in without an appointment and there are consultants available, we would love to help! However, if all consultants are assisting pre-booked appointments, you may be asked to schedule an appointment or return when a bridal consultant is available.
When should I order my wedding dress?
We like to say that proactive brides are the happy brides and the sooner you find your dress, the better. Most brides buy their dress 9 - 12 months prior to their wedding, so they have time for alterations and time to make any changes, should any issues arise. Realistically, 6 - 9 months out is where you need to order your wedding gown to avoid rush charges. Don't stress about if your wedding gown will be ready in time for your wedding.
How do I know what size I wear?
Most bridal and bridesmaids companies base their sizing charts off the 1940′s scale; back when Marilyn Monroe was a size 16, so don't be shocked if you find out that your dress size is 1 or 2 sizes above what you normally wear. The first step to finding the best size for you is to take your measurements and compare them to the designer's sizing charts. If your measurements put you between sizes, we may want to try on some dresses to determine the best fit.
I want to lose weight before my wedding. Should I wait to buy my dress until I shed a couple pounds?
No! Waiting until you lose weight often adds expensive rush fees, unnecessary stress, and difficulty to the wedding shopping experience. Aside from the risk of having to rush order your wedding gown or find one off the rack, waiting until the last minute to go dress shopping will limit your options.
Is there a layaway or payment plan?
Absolutely! We believe that every bride deserves the gown of her dreams, but we don't want anyone to go hungry to pay for it. For off the rack or sample gowns, we offer a layaway plan that requires a half down payment and then the second half of your balance due in 6 months. For special orders, we require a half down payment and then the second half of your balance due when the gown arrives.
Should all tuxedos match for a wedding party?
While most people say that it's very important for all the men in a wedding party to wear matching tuxedos, some brides prefer to have their groom stand out in a different tux. However, most brides prefer to have the entire wedding party (fathers included) in matching tuxedos and have the groom wear different colored accessories (vest and tie), usually ivory or white. Brides often have their fathers and ushers wear a colored vest and tie that's different from the groomsmen's to distinguish their roles in the wedding. Fathers often wear neutral colors (charcoal, silver, black, etc.) or a color to accent the mother's dress.
What if some wedding party members live in another city or out of state? How do I get them fitted?
Any member of the wedding party can stop into any tuxedo rental store or most bridal boutiques to get properly measured for their tuxedo. Then, you can call, email, or fax their information to LeeAnne's Bridal. Some boutiques charge an out-of store-measurement fee, typically $5 to $10. For out-of-store measurements, we need the following measurements: Neck, over arm, chest, waist, out seam, arm length, shoe size, jacket size, hip, height, and weight. (Most stores won't measure your height and weight, but we always use them to double check all measurements. If it wasn't included in their measurements, please add it to the list. Like most men's formal wear boutiques, we're not responsible for incorrect measurements from different locations. Should replacement pieces be needed, customers with out-of-store measurements will be required to pay for their own shipping and handling.
Who should wear a tuxedo at my wedding?
A good rule of thumb is to have all the men you want in your wedding photos to wear tuxedos. Obviously the groom and his attendants including groomsmen, ushers, ring bearers, and candle lighters should be in tuxedos, but you should also consider other family members including fathers, brothers, and grandfathers.
Can I measure myself?
We recommend that you do not measure yourself! Tuxedo measurements are precise measurements that are not the same as your jean size or typical measurement. By getting your measurements taken professionally, you can often avoid receiving an ill-fitting tuxedo and having to get replacement pieces or alterations.
What happens if the tuxedo does not fit?
LeeAnne's Bridal has formal wear specialists who are trained for onsite alterations such as adjusting the sleeve or trouser length. In the event that an item needs to be re-ordered, LeeAnne's Bridal will do everything possible to arrange for the item to arrive in the store for the event. If you try on and pick up your tuxedo by 4:30pm on Thursday for your tuxedo fitting, it will ensure enough time for replacement pieces to arrive if needed.
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about your bridal party attire.