We LOVE our brides and are so thankful for their support! Here are some images from real brides who purchased their dresses at Brides for a Cause. If you’d like to be featured send images from your special day to email@example.com or hashtag #bfacbride on social media!
Jordyn & Taylor
San Patrick wedding dress purchased at our Portland boutique
Thank you Simply Bridal for donating 300 wedding dresses to our Portland boutique! These dresses range from sizes 0-30 in an assortment of styles! Something for every bride – white, ivory, short, long, lace, chiffon, beaded or simple. Stop in any time to check out this inventory ranging from $50-$300!
We love these beautiful images from a styled engagement shoot at Mt. Rainier with beautiful bride Deana and fiancé Bao! Deana found her Anna Campbell dress at our Tacoma boutique! Vendor credits below.
Brides for a Cause teams up with Brides Across America every July and November to offer FREE wedding dresses to local military brides and first responders during their annual “Operation Wedding Gown” events, which are held at over 60 bridal salons around the country! Our July giveaway just ended – our next one is this November! If you are interested in getting a free wedding dress during one of Brides Across America’s “Operation Wedding Gown” events, once the dates are announced, you must register on the Brides Across America website before attending.
Next Giveaway: November 6-19, 2017
Location: Visit either location (Portland or Tacoma)
Brides for a Cause – Portland
2505 SE 11th Ave, Suite 120
Portland, OR 97202
Brides for a Cause – Tacoma
2711 6th Ave
Tacoma, WA 98406
*During the giveaway, you will need to sign up on the Brides Across America site and pay the registration fee before you shop, but you don’t need to set up an appointment with Brides for a Cause – just come by anytime during store hours during the specific dates in July or November to get your free wedding dress!
-You must be engaged and planning a wedding within the next 18 months.
-Military Brides: The person receiving the dress can either be in the military or marrying someone in the military. Either you or your fiancé must have had a deployment within the past 5 years or have an upcoming deployment.
-First Responders: The person receiving the dress must be the first responder and not marrying the first responder. If you are a first responder bride, you must be an active, police officer, fire fighter, EMT, or Paramedic.