Looking at beautiful wedding dresses doesn’t get old. We never tire of sharing beautiful designs and designers with you, and we’re so excited about the newest Madison James Bridal collection. Over the next few months, you’ll be seeing a lot more from us about these beautiful dresses. The 2015 Spring Collection has blown us away, and we can’t wait to share more of it with you soon!
In the meantime, if you’re looking for “the dress,” Madison James is hosting trunk shows all over the country where you can see these stunning designs in person. Whimsical and delicate, the Madison James spring line borrows inspiration from international textile patterns, striking floral embroidery, and vintage design. No matter your wedding aesthetic or personal style, we’re sure you’ll find a Madison James dress to fit your dream wedding. Classically designed with timeless lines, fabrics, and textures, each dress is perfectly assembled to make you feel and look as beautiful as you can on your wedding day!
Madison James is hosting trunk shows to introduce their new 2015 Bridal Collection from California to New Jersey! Click below for the full list complete with dates and contact information. Keep coming back for more about the 2015 Spring Collection!
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