B. Ella Bridal began an intimate relationship with brides and their bridal parties in January of 2004 by taking over a lesser known bridal shop in the city of Ann Arbor.
After nearly 10 years of experience in the bridal industry, from David's Bridal to high end couture shops in Birmingham, I opened a bridal shop of my own. I always wanted a shop of my own where I could be myself and choose each and every dress that was on display in my store.
I wanted to be able to wear what I wanted, be barefoot, and create an environment that was more like coming over to my house to try on bridal gowns. Who wants some stiff as a board "bridal consultant" determining what you should wear on your big day? Why shouldn't you be able to touch and see every dress that a bridal shop has to offer? Why shouldn't you be able to see couture dresses in red, pink, or blue?