Weddings prior to the 1950s were very different to weddings of today. The wedding industry changed in to an industry with inclusion and promotion of other wedding-related organizations, such as major bridal shop retailers, jewelers, caterers, florists, and more. Brides and their bridal parties should consider shopping at several fine Baltimore bridal shops. Bridesd can find an extensive selection of bridal gowns and dresses at Garnish Boutique, Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection, Lily’s Bridal, and the Baltimore Bridal Suite.
Jill Andrews Gowns
3355 Keswick Road
Suite 101
Baltimore, MD 21211
(410) 338-2525
www.jillandrewsgowns.com

Known as the bridal shop where gowns are “handmade with love,” Jill Andrews makes gowns from her Baltimore studio. Jill Andrews Gowns “capture elegance, whimsy, sentiments, and transform them into a slip, a gown, a corset.” Starting at age four, Jill Andrews would sit on a stool and watch her Great Aunt Eula sew at her “old treadle sewing machine.” Her great aunt, Eula Zoe Gideon and her sister, Jewell, were well known in Arkansas as masterful seamstresses. Jill Andrews followed the tradition of her great aunt by making wedding and other gowns for Baltimoreans.

Garnish Boutique
1515 LaBelle Ave., Suite 3
Baltimore, MD 21204
(410) 321-1406
www.garnishboutique.com

Located in the Ruxton neighborhood of Baltimore, the Garnish Boutique is a “place for brides, their moms, and their best friends” to “come to be inspired.” Brides and their bridal parties will “find an exclusive selection of chic, modern, and affordable gowns and dresses.” Garnish Boutique opened its doors in 2006. Since its opening, it has become “one of the best bridal boutiques in Baltimore,” which is known for “its fun, relaxed and intimate shopping experience.”

Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection
1848 Resisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
(410) 484-4600
www.robinsonsbridal.com

Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection features a wide array of well-known and well-respected bridal gown designers. Baltimoreans can feast their eyes on bridal gowns from renowned designers, like Caroline Herrera New York, Monique Lhuillier, Reem Acra New York, Watters, and Galia Lahave Haute Couture, to name just a few. Brides and their bridal parties can also find a wide selection of bridal accessories including veils, jewelry, shoes, and more. Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection also stocks gowns and dresses for bridesmaids, mother of the brides, and flower girls.

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Lily’s Bridal
1605 Sulphur Spring Road
Baltimore, MD 21227
(410) 553-9336
www.lilysbridal.net

Lily’s Bridal works “exclusively with ‘up and coming’ designers to provide wedding dresses” not seen in other stores in Maryland. Any bridal gown or dress designer chosen to be sold at Lily’s Bridal must have the following hallmarks: “Quality, Construction, Fit, and Design.” Lily’s Bridal wants every bride to look her best on the big day. When a bride and her bridal party visits Lily’s Bridal, the staff goes out of their way to make the bride feel at home. Brides can choose from a wide selection of wedding dresses and bridal gowns, hairpieces, veils, and jewelry.

Baltimore Bridal Suite
1126 Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(443) 759-5748
www.baltimorebridalsuite.com

Located in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, Baltimore Bridal Suite is the “perfect intimate space” for clients and offer exceptional service. Baltimore Bridal Suite offers “budget friendly designer bridal gowns and special occasion/wedding day beauty consulting.” The store stocks an extensive collection of bridal fashions from the “top designers in the bridal industry, one of a kind vintage gowns, and couture pieces” from their signature Farrah Covington bridal line. All alterations of bridal gowns and dresses is done in house. Baltimore Bridal Suite can also make a bride’s mother’s old gown in to a new gown.

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Jill Berry @MusingsfromMe is a writer who stays at home or a SAHM who writesit depends on the day and her mood. While playing a writer on the internet, Jill has the gray hair AND blogposts from raising a kid, a preteen, and a teen. When not blogging at Musings from Me, Jill seizes family time whenever she candinner as a family, movie night, marathon family game sessions, travelingyou name it she wants to do it.
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