A Savvy New Way to Find Your Dream Wedding Dress
Vow’d Weddings Try-at-Home Program is relaunching this summer– stay tuned for a whole new way to shop for your dream wedding dress!
Last year, brides faced challenges unlike any generation before them. Many brides had to forgo the traditional wedding planning experiences and milestones they’d dreamt of. Wedding dress shopping in-store and in person with their closest friends and family members was one of the major moments that COVID brides missed out on.
Many wedding brands were at a loss for how to bring the in-store experience home to where the brides were. But our friends at Vow’d Weddings came up with a creative solution and successfully pulled off a pandemic wedding pivot!
Vow’d overcame this challenge by providing remote wedding dress shopping options for brides, including virtual styling appoint0ments and a unique Try-at-Home program with an easy-to-use platform every bride can take advantage of. Meeting the bride where she’s at is a core tenet of Vow’d Wedding’s mission, and so they’re making shopping for your dream wedding dress simpler and savvier than ever before.
The Vow’d Try-at-Home Program allows you to shop for your dream dress from the comfort of home!
You can take advantage of Vow’d Weddings Try-at-Home program now, but stay tuned for an even better, more enhanced experience releasing this summer! We are such big fans of the convenience and comfort of trying on wedding dresses in your home – whether you’re a bride with disabilities or just pressed for time with a busy schedule, this option makes things easier on you and that’s definitely worth celebrating!
How it works:
Choose 1- 3 Vow’d wedding dresses to complete your try-at-home box. Their stylists will pack and ship your selection for just $15 per style. This price includes shipping & handling both ways! Click here to learn more.
As more and more communities have begun to open up and reopen their doors, Vow’d is excited to reintroduce themselves to brides in-person and celebrate the return of weddings in 2021!
Emily Ann Roberts + Vow’d
To celebrate the reopening of the world, Vow’d has partnered with musical artist (and COVID-bride), Emily Ann Roberts to relive the magic of wedding dress shopping and play dress-up in some of her favorite dresses from Vow’d Wedding’s newest collection. Look for the Light Photo Video was on-hand to capture the scene and showcase just how different the in-store Vow’d wedding dress shopping experience can be.
More about Emily Ann:
Emily Ann rose to fame after an illustrious run on The Voice in 2015. She has since released a number of singles and an EP and performed on stages all across the country.
Emily Ann got married to her high school sweetheart last year. Her dress shopping experience was severely impacted by the pandemic, like so many other brides. Vow’d was determined to help her recapture some of that magic. She came to the flagship location in Knoxville, Tennessee, for a day of dress-up and celebration.
Emily Ann, assisted by a trusted Vow’d stylist, tried on her favorite gowns, reminisced on her wedding day, and gave plenty of advice to future brides. Head over to the Vow’d Instagram page to check it out.
Spring 2021 Styles from Vow’d
Speaking of favorites, the new wedding dresses from Vow’d might be their best assortment yet! With 15 new styles to choose from (starting at just $450 – SO savvy!) there is something for every bride.
Whether you’re looking for a showstopping gown with a mile-long train (hello, Victorious), something feminine and romantic (meet Faithful) or a minimal, elegant dress for an elopement or backyard wedding (see Enthralled), Vow’d is delivering all that and more.
Appointments for all Vow’d stores and Pop-Up locations are available on the Vow’d website. Can’t make it into a store to play dress-up? Opt for the Try-at-Home option and bring Vow’d to your living room.
Visit Vow’d to sign up for the Try-at-Home program to view your dream dress from the comfort of home!
All photos: Look for the Light Photo Video
Favorite Wedding Dresses from BHLDN