Church Street Bridal Announces Grand Opening in New Main Street Location

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Church Street Bridal Announces Grand Opening in New Main Street Location


Church Street Bridal Announces Grand Opening in New Main Street Location

[August 2, 2021, Lynchburg, Virginia] – Church Street Bridal, a fundraising boutique supporting YWCA Central Virginia, announces Grand Opening in their new location. Church Street Bridal, previously located on the lower level of YWCA Central Virginia’s Town Center, has moved to its new location at 920 Main Street. The Grand Opening will be August 7th, from 10AM to 4PM.

Church Street Bridal receives sample gowns from full-service designer salons like Kleinfeld’s in New York and Jenny Yoo in New York/Chicago that are donated to the shop. All gowns are brand new and besides being tried on in house, have never been worn. Their dresses range from bridal size 2 through size 26, in a large range of styles and shades of ivory, champagne, blush, and white. They also have designer gowns ranging from Maggie Sottero to Pronovias to Hayley Paige. Church Street Bridal discounts the sample gowns from their original retail price, so brides can expect to see gorgeous, brand new dresses ranging in price from $200 to $600. Church Street Bridal is a way for brides to give back to the community while purchasing the beautiful gown of their dreams.

The Grand Opening will feature door prizes from local businesses, gift bag giveaways, 10% off all bridal gowns (20% off for Military/first responders/ teachers with ID), and Buy One Get One free (BOGO) on their formal wear. If a bride cannot find a dress during the opening, they will receive 10% off their next visit. All gowns on hold or layaway are excluded from the sale during this event.

All proceeds from Church Street Bridal support the programs of YWCA Central Virginia. Founded in 1912, YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, and dignity for all.  YWCA of Central VA works to ensure that victims become survivors, trauma is treated, and housing for women remains attainable and safe. YWCA does that through three direct service programs: their Domestic Violence Prevention Program, their Sexual Assault Response Program, and their longest-running program – the Town Center Women’s Residential Housing Program. They engage young men through their Amend Together program and work to eliminate racism by providing a 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge and Side by Side for Racial Harmony Walk annually.

Walk-ins are welcome for the Grand Opening only, or brides can book appointments during regular business hours by visiting www.churchstreetbridal.com or calling 434.847.7751.

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