anna bé bridal boutique / new year, same babes, new digs


It’s been a while since we’ve properly introduced ourselves, and with a new space and some new designers gracing our store, we thought it was the perfect time to show who we are and what we’re about. We’ve worked hard to make sure Anna Bé is the ultimate shopping experience, with the right environment, the right team, and the right designers. And we’re so excited to tell you all about it!

The hip and trendy Highlands neighborhood has been home to Anna Bé for 13 years. But recently, we moved just around the corner to a new space that we absolutely adore. It has everything brides need to make their entire wedding dress shopping experience feel fun, safe, and friendly. Let us tell you why. First of all, it’s all about the glamour lighting. Our big North and West facing windows allow warm, natural sunshine to flow through at all hours of the day. Brides literally shimmer and sparkle as they bask in that uber flattering sun-kissed glow. We like to think it’s a great representation of the type of lighting brides will most likely see on their wedding day for any outdoor photos.


Next, we designed the new space to feel cozy and inviting. A place where brides can feel safe, supported, and get silly if they want to. Obviously, making sure you can bust a move in a mermaid dress is super important! We brought in stylish yet comfortable lounge seating so your friends and family can sit back and relax, sparkling chandeliers for those of us that like to feel a little extra, oversized mirrors so you can get all your good angles, and modern hanging art installations for a polished ambiance and a little privacy. It’s the perfect spot to pow wow with your #bridetribe about whether you should go for the bejewled, fun, and flirty Hayley Paige ballgown or that form-fitting and chic Berta (hint: you can’t go wrong!). And did we mention there’s a glass of complimentary champagne just to make the whole experience a little more fun and elevated? Yep, we’ve got you covered.

But the perfect location isn’t the only thing that makes for a great wedding dress shopping experience. We had to find the right team of stylists, your wedding dress sherpas if you will, that could be helpful, knowledgeable, and fun all at the same time. Our gals live, breathe, sleep bridal, which means if you come in without the faintest idea of what you’re looking for, they’ve got your back. Or if you come in with a list of must-haves and do-nots, our gals will guide you right to the good stuff and skip whatever it is you’re not interested in. And most importantly, we always respect budget. We never, ever try to sell our brides on something they’re not comfortable with. We want you to love everything about your dress, including the price point!


Finally, our collection is handpicked and carefully curated. We’ve got a little something for everyone, because brides need options! Yes, you need options when it comes to cake tasting and yes, you definitely need options when it comes to finding your dream wedding dress. So twice a year we scour bridal markets for everything from the tried-and-true classics to the fashion-forward and up and coming. We stick to the stunning staples like Monique Lhullier and get super excited when we fall in love for the fresh and modern Romona Keveža. We’re always keeping an eye on trends while keeping things classy and elegant.

Last but certainly not least, we’re all about supporting women! We wholeheartedly support the women that come through our doors and we wholeheartedly support a number of charities that are focused on women’s causes. Once you become an official #AnnaBabe, a percentage of your bridal gown and/or accessories sale will be donated to one of the amazing charities we support. Talk about looking good and feeling good!
We’re so excited to welcome brides into our fabulous new space and make the entire shopping experience easy and enjoyable. Let’s sip some bubbles, try on some gorgeous gowns, and find “the one” for you! Book an appointment online or call us at 720-855-1111.

Nicole LacriolaComment