Making the Case for the Budget-Friendly Bride

!cid_023DBE77-7D23-4ED2-ABE2-0aAF8290A28D1@MonCheriBridalsIncrev.jpgA study by The Knot* polled 18,000 American couples who walked down the aisle in 2015. Their study found that newlyweds spent an average of $32,641 on their wedding. In the Washington, D.C. area, the cost of weddings was even higher: $37,704 (not including the honeymoon!). Of those prices, wedding dress prices averaged $1,469. At Gossypia, we’re making a case for the budget-friendly wedding dress to help keep your costs down without sacrificing style.

Gossypia began selling wedding gowns in Old Town Alexandria, VA in 1972. For 44 years, Gossypia’s small collection of wedding dresses have been a popular choice for brides who are searching for the perfect informal or destination wedding gown. There are dozens of dresses in stock, many of which are already priced !cid_6753B394-5031-4301-8346-293647698E8B@MonCheriBridalsInc.jpgbelow $100.

From October 1 – 16, 2016, Gossypia will be hosting a bridal sale with large discounts on already budget-friendly dresses. Full-priced wedding dresses will be priced at 30% off, and already-reduced wedding dresses on sale will be priced at an additional 50% off the sale price.

If you or someone you know is searching for the perfect wedding dress at a low price, please make an appointment with Gossypia (703-836-6969) before they fill up!

 

*Source:  https://www.theknot.com/content/average-wedding-cost-2015
(Please note that Sue Wong wedding dresses will not be included in this sale. Wedding dresses pictured not guaranteed to be available.)

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