Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Vendor Spotlight: Archive Bridal

Company Name: Archive Bridal
Phone: 760-918-1818
Email: info@archivebridal.com
Website: www.archivebridal.com
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Company Background
Archive Bridal studio and boutique is owned by two sisters Paulette and Maria. Both have extensive backgrounds in the bridal industry, enjoy sewing and love staying on top of fashion trends.  They grew up in North County San Diego and have always planned on owning a beautiful bridal store together after designing and making their own wedding gowns. With their business degrees, entrepreneurial backgrounds, sewing skills and passion for fashion- they are honored to be part of your bridal experience and thrilled to share their knowledge and skill sets.

ARCHIVE BRIDAL described in three words: Wedding Gown Specialists

Why are you in your line of work? What about your career makes it worthwhile each day? 
We enjoy fashion and love styling and sewing so talking about how those relate to a woman’s most cherished part of her life experience never gets old.

What’s your favorite part and/ or moment of the wedding, and why? 
We think the best part is in the beginning when the bride is getting ready- that private moment when a bride is victoriously looking at her beautiful self in the mirror and truly cherishing the experience of being a fairy tale princess.

How would you describe the ARCHIVE BRIDAL experience? Fun and comfortable.

Name one thing that sets ARCHIVE BRIDAL apart from its competitors: 
We have a full service sewing studio so we can really accommodate that perfect fit because we all know a gorgeous gown on a hanger will only look gorgeous ON if it truly fits right.

What is one important piece of advice you would like to share with brides?
You know it’s your gown if you don’t want to take it off. Don’t question yourself after that and try on a hundred more. Go with your instinct.

If you weren’t in the wedding & event industry, what would you be doing? 
Paulette would be golfing, Maria would be cooking.