Feature Vendor: Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor
Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor: The Royal Treatment
If you have visited the Northville pink trim shuttered cobblestone house on the corner of Main and Johnson, you already know that this is no ordinary house. This quaint restored 100-year old house is full of wondrous surprises to make a bride’s dream come true. Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor, named after its proprietor and visionary, Elizabeth Clancy, is small but mighty. Over the years, the business has won numerous coveted awards for there beautiful wedding dresses and has been routinely featured in the media.
Before you even enter the business, you are graced by a beautiful patio garden. As soon as you enter, you can’t help but pay attention to the care and elegant details given to every nook and cranny. Even the powder room has a royal throne. The fanciful surroundings are only surpassed by the beautiful bridal gown selections found on the second floor of the manor.
Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor has been adorning brides for 27-years. They feature top international designers including Casablanca Bridals, Christiano Lucci, Lazaro, Maggie Sottero, Mikaella, Stella York, and more. The wedding dresses range from classic regal to red-carpet trendsetters, and everything in between.
When visiting, brides-to-be are given the royal treatment as they are surrounded by plush décor in the champagne couture room. In addition to wedding dresses, Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor also carries bridesmaid dresses, mother of the bride dresses, and adorable flower girl dresses.
Amid all the beauty and charm, also lays hidden gems with huge saving. “We have ongoing clearance sales”, says Elizabeth. During their national sample sale event which is going on July 12 through July 22, 2017, some wedding gowns are even up to 75% off. She invites brides to set-up an appointment for a tour and personal consultant.
When asked, what trends have been noticed for this year, Elizabeth indicated that she is seeing more grays and pale pink color bridesmaid dresses, however, navy blue and black are still standard favorites.
If you are interested in meeting with one of Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor professional bridal consultants, contact them at 248-348-2783, email email@example.com, or visit 402 S Main St, Northville, MI 48167. Appointments are required.
The article entitled, Area Boutiques Help Brides Find the Right Dresses that appears in the 2018 issue of Detroit Wedding Day incorrectly states that brides and guests are invited to sip on champagne in the couture room at Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor. This is not correct. The iconic room featured inside of the 100-year-old restored house is named the Champagne Couture Room due to its décor color. We apologize to Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor and to our readers for this error.