Bridal Bouquet: All About Ardmore
Imagine walking around a beautiful, historic retail village on a bright autumn Saturday and getting a whole handful of wedding errands checked off your list. Sound too good to be possible? Head over to Ardmore.
Imagine walking around a beautiful, historic retail village on a bright autumn Saturday and getting a whole handful of wedding errands checked off your list. Sound too good to be possible? Head over to Ardmore on the Main Line, where in just Suburban Square alone you can find oodles of boutiques to help you get those Big Day duties done.
Start at the newly revamped Suky (102 E. Montgomery Ave.), where you can sip champagne and twirl in gowns designed by Vera Wang, Monique
Lhuillier and Carolina Herrera until you find The Dress perfect for you.
Cross into the courtyard and into the Times Building, where the owners of fine jewelry salon Cooke & Berlinger (Times Building) will order your custom wedding bands and outfit you with eye-catching sparklers for that walk down the aisle.
Local designer Josephine Sasso’s (37 Coulter Ave.) boutique is just a minute away, filled to the brim with gorgeous frocks for your bridesmaids, flower girls or mothers-of-the-happy-couple. With more than 65 silhouettes and limitless colors and fabrics to choose from, you should pick out something special for your honeymoon, too.
Itching to use that bar-code gun? Go zapping crazy for anything your kitchen might need at Williams-Sonoma (42 Saint Georges Road), then browse fine linens and home accessories at Maleka Fine Linens & Home Décor (33 Coulter Ave.) and French country fabrics and furniture at Pierre Deux (92 Coulter Ave.).
Before you head home, stop in The Paperia (43 Coulter Ave.). They can arrange the addressing and calligraphy for your invitations, and the quaint little boutique has a plethora of thank-you notecards to pick from as well.