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Bridal Shop FAQ's
Most frequently asked questions about our bridal shops
Do I need an appointment to visit you in-store?
At WED2B we do not operate a booking system so feel free to visit us at a time that is convenient to you (and your entourage!). We recommend allowing at least 2- 3 hours for your visit so you can try on as many dresses as you like without feeling rushed. The safety of our brides, your entourage, and our store colleagues is very important to us, and so in keeping with Government guidelines, we ask that all brides visiting ensure they wear a mask.
Who can I bring with me when I visit a WED2B store?
We welcome as many guests to store as you would like to have with you during this memorable experience.
Our stores will be following the social distancing government guidance given at time of your visit, and therefore this may affect your planned entourage number. You can contact our Customer Care team via Live chat at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What are your fitting rooms like?
Our fitting rooms are spacious with plenty of room for your entourange to sit and enjoy the experience while you find your dream dress. All fitting rooms are cleaned after every use. Read more about the Wed2B experience here.
How many wedding dresses can I try on?
You're welcome to try on as many dresses as you like during your visit. Our Bridal Experts will be sure to help you find the perfect match for your big day.
Your bridesmaids are also more than welcome to try on dresses from our Infinite collection during your visit. For more information on our range of bridesmaid dresses visit here.
Do you stock every dress in every store?
Due to the limited edition nature of our bridal gowns, each size in your favourite style may not be available in every one of our stores, however we have hundreds of dresses in store with new styles arriving every week.
Can I take photographs in-store?
You are very welcome to take photographs of our gowns, we only ask that you are considerate of other customers in the store who may not wish to be photographed.