A Few Good Men

April 14, 2009 § Leave a comment

There has been a cute couple trend going on at AniA lately. Normally, I land pretty solidly on the side of tradition: the groom shouldn’t see the gown until the wedding day. However, I’ve been seriously enjoying the fiances that have been showing up lately to help with the selection process.

Take, for example, the bride who bought her dress this Monday. She and her fiance are from out of town, and every time they come they make a weekend of it, stay somewhere, do cute little couple-y things. I love to watch the two of them interact. They have this fantastically casual vibe, an ease with each other, that sucks me right in. I believe in those two. They’re also getting married in a castle in Scotland. So, I mean, come on.

I also dig the sweet couple that recognized me on the MAX the other day. You have to love a man who will go out of his way to say hello to a bridal consultant, and compliment her on her service skills, and talk about how difficult it is to find cute shoes. Love it.

Then there’s the fiance who sits in our store for hours on end while his bride goes over every detail. She’s spent more time with us than anyone else I can think of, and still he is patient, still he waits and comments and praises and adores. She has most definitely found the right guy.

My favorite thing about men in the store is the way they look at the bride when she does her “reveal.” Fiances, dads, friends… all of them look right at her face. Women, well, we all go straight to the dress, but not the men. Not one of them sees the gown first… they simply see the girl. I LOVE that. Just love it.

Way to go, boys, way to go.

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