A Southern Affair


This is Jackson's premiere bridal dress shop. While I'm not so into the whole big, white wedding thing, they do have beautiful dresses and beautiful displays.

9 comments:

Olivier said...

trois belles robes de mariages. elles font robes d'une autre epoque

Kate said...

There seems to be fewer bridal shops here in St. Paul, and I wonder why. Weddings are still big affairs and gowns are an important part of the event. Perhaps more brides are preferring simplicity?

Leif Hagen said...

Salut! Beautiful white dresses! I bet they do debutante dresses, too! Bonjour d'EAGAN daily photo

Per Stromsjo said...

A window display in good taste. I'm sure Safe Leif and I could get a guided tour as well! ;)

Vogon Poet said...

The window is really nice and the gowns, in my humble opinion, elegant and not too much elaborate.

Jacob said...

I don't think the "whole big, white wedding thing" will ever go away...which isn't necessarily bad, though I think that some folks to a little nuts putting together very expensive nuptial ceremonies...

Halcyon said...

My husband and I got married at city hall in New York City. I wore a red dress. I think you should wear what you want on your "happiest day". And if that's a white piece of meringue - go ahead!

Although these dresses are really quite nice. I especially like the one on the right.

D said...

Love the window detail, dresses and the reflection!

Virginia said...

Oh I have some wedding dress windows I've taken here in France you will love. Southerners do love a great big wedding affair, don't they!Ha