The new trend for weddings – this enchanting concept store for Weds-to-be known as Bride and Rose has finally reopened to showcase its best products, Ideas, and services.
Bride and Rose is the country’s first ever wedding concept store that ensures every bride gets all the convenience when planning all the wedding agendas for her big day. It houses different suppliers for various wedding needs. It saves all the time and hassle of getting from one place to another due to the current situation and the transportation problem in the Philippines. It’s like an everyday Bridal Fair – but with a twist!
The store aims to provide all the wedding solutions in one roof. They also have a co-working space which is filled with physical samples of wedding essentials. It’s definitely a one-stop-shop for your wedding day requirements!
This concept has been already a practice in the western countries and for the first time, someone realized the need for such a store in the Philippines – specifically Manila. Bride and Rose has brought new business trends in the area of wedding planning and retail stores ever since.
They want the brides to enjoy the process of personally planning their big day. The store has a bridal boutique that offers the broadest range of wedding dresses that is available in different sizes, cuts, and designs that is a collection of different wedding designers – both local and international.
Bride and Rose also offers different membership plans that fit every bride’s needs. You can also have their whole store rented out exclusively for private events such as dress-up soirees, bridal showers, photoshoots, or any kind of intimate events. Additional elements to adorn these precious memories are cocktail drinks, eyecandy decors, sweet music, and personal assistants or coordinators. To complete the experience, they could also help you scout your hair and makeup artist, photographer, and stylist – all at your preferred budget.
“It was a long and stressful journey to turn this idea into [a] reality, but all efforts were worth the support we have received from our team and partners.” says Trishie dela Cruz, CEO of Bride and Rose. “-we offer everything that couples need in order to pull out a picture perfect bridal shower, boudoir sessions, wedding ceremonies, reception, honeymoon trips, etc. After the soft launch, this Grand Re-opening is our way of welcoming people to cherish happiness amidst the pandemic blues.”
This dynamic store collaborates with several suppliers, both local and international, to offer a wide range of prices and preferences for the weds-to-be. The customers will get a perfect fit from the choice of more than a hundred of sample dresses.
RTW (ready-to-wear) and bespoke wedding gowns costs from P20,000 ro P150,000. The entourage collection starts at only P2,500.
The unique concept shop gives a sigh of relief for the brides that would definitely be ecstatic to indulge in elegant coutures by renowned designers from all around the world. The wedding store houses the following designers:
- Papilio Bridal
- Nora Noviano Sposa
- Victoria Soprano Group
- Elly Haure Couture
- Katherine Joyce PARIS
- Berta (Coming Soon)
- Patricia Santos of PS Officiel
- Disegno Dado
- Nicole Lim PH
Along with more than a hundred gown styles in catalogues, the couple can also get cake samples, souvenir ideas, invitation designs, photo and video portfolios, make-up trials, and more from different suppliers in their directory below:
EXCLUSIVE GRAND OPENING
Before this, Bride and Rose had a soft launch opening last December spearheaded by La Belle Fete. However, due to the pandemic adversity, the business also faced many difficulties – like others. The young multi-talented owner, Trishie dela Cruz, held on to their goal, she did not lose hope and eventually it led the way to different opportunities. Now, Bride and Rose is back with the best brands and wedding plans for their clients.
The exclusive grand reopening party was held last October 22, 2020 attended by the investors, partners, sponsors, celebrities, and friends. It was a full-day event since the new campaign ad was simultaneously done with the cocktail party.
It was a lush and laidback gathering adorned by the founder Trishie dela Cruz along with her husband Mr. Dom Alferez, CEO of partner company ALS Express. Few highlights of the event are the new muses of Bride and Rose – influencers Shanika Silverio, Hanna Capinpin, Denise Heredia, and Charlene (HakunaMachata) along with Flying Indays – Heather Vicencio and Melchielle Gerodias.
Guests were given giveaway bags that contains bridal notebooks courtesy of Soon to be Mrs., Essentials by HG Studio, Athena Classics, Terrestrimin, and Flounce Masks. The elegance and extravaganzza of the event is the mix efforts and artistry of The Tablespread Co., Mix Balloonery and Suprises, and Shabby Chic Style Studio. The lights and sounds is courtesy of Beats N Snap. Photobooth by RAF Events. Troika, Audrey’s Pastries, and Nicole Lim PH made precious memories for the eyes and palates.
Entrepreneurs and executives from different companies was also seen at the event – this includes Ms. Steffi Blair of Pretty Looks Aesthetics, Haze Gonzales of HG Studio, and Sir Jose Sacramento of CCYG Korean Restaurant.
After the re-opening event, many influencers and brides-to-be gazed over the newest campaign of Bride and Rose. It was started by a series of posts expressing their personal story as a brand and highlighted by the official MTV of the re-opening day entitled as “A Dress Up Affair” which was directed by Dir. Thian Rodriguez. It was posted on @brideandrose’s Instagram TV
Bride and Rose has so much more to offer for soon-to-be brides and couples who wanted to have a one-of-a-kind and hassle-free wedding planning experience.
For more information about them, you may visit www.brideandrose.com