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Enter To WIN a Custom Swarovski Crystal Cathedral Length Veil

February 1, 2011

M&J Bridal Salon is giving away a beautiful Custom Swarovski Crystal Cathedral Length Veil for your wedding day.

Here is how to enter: First, Like M&J Bridal Salon on Facebook. Second, Post your engagement story.  We would love to hear how creative your Fiancé was. Were you surprised? How did you feel, etc? We will be announcing the winner on February 16, 2011.

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We have received new styles of veils in the salon. Here are few styles to match your wedding gown.

This cascading ribbon veil will compliment a satin gown beautifully. Veil by M&J Bridal Salon

 

 

Cathedral veil with Alencon Lace appliques and scalloped edge. This veil would be beautiful with a plain or lace gown. Veil by M&J Bridal Salon

Silver-Embroidered Veil a great match would be a beaded ball gown. Veil by Malis Henderson

Contact Info
Laurie Savino
T: 212-704-8017
@ Laurie@mjtrim.com
www.mjbridalsalon.com
5 Comments leave one →
  1. Lindsay S. permalink
    February 1, 2011 2:31 PM

    My fiance is in the Navy and we have traveled thousands of miles over the years in order to see each other. About 6 months into our relationship, Chris was re-stationed. I was still in school, so I had to stay put while he moved around (7 times in 4 years). Since then, we have never lived in the same state. Nevertheless, we have become adept at juggling the miles in order to find ways to see each other, even if it’s only for a few days, a weekend, and (once) just a few hours.

    A few years ago, Chris was moved to Jacksonville, Florida. We were excited, because it was only a five hour drive from where I was going to school in Atlanta. A five hour drive didn’t seem quite as daunting as halfway around the world. We both had a free weekend, so I decided to drive down to see him. I left around 9:30 in the morning, wanting to get there as soon as I could. I was about an hour and a half into my trip I realized I had left my wallet and purse at home. I turned around to go back. I took a wrong turn and lost another hour. By the time I got a chance to leave again, I hit the beginnings of Friday Rush Hour (if anyone has lived or been to Atlanta, Rush Hour is among the most painful experiences alive). I was frustrated and called Chris to tell him I was giving up and just going to stay the night at home and would just leave for Jacksonville in the morning. He begged me to come that night, and even though I was worn out, I kept driving.

    After further delays with the construction zone that is all of I-75 and driving through a storm that can best be called a monsoon, I arrived just before 10pm. He tried to get me to say hello to our pet rabbit, Bunny (we’re very creative), but I was hungry and cranky and insisted we go straight out to eat.

    When we got back to his place after dinner, I was ready to shower and go to bed, but he told me to go say goodnight to Bunny first. I sighed and decided it would be easier to humor him. I noticed that Bunny had his collar on, which he hates. I was lecturing Chris and telling him he shouldn’t bother Bunny, but stopped mid rant – as I took the collar off, I noticed something sparkley attached. A RING!

    I turned around and he looked at me and said, “I know Bunny was the one to give you the ring, but I hope you’ll marry me instead.” Of course I said, “yes!” No wonder he was so anxious for me to get there! He admitted that he was terrified all during dinner that Bunny would somehow get his collar off and something would happen to the ring. Good thing Bunny decided to be on his best behavior. He must have known that he had an important job.

    In all the rush, Chris had forgotten to get down on one knee, so for the rest of the weekend I mercilessly made him get down on one knee over and over and propose, just so I could hear it again. That was a few years ago and we are finally getting married later this year. Between school and his military schedule, it’s been difficult to plan! Our proposal story is pretty indicative of our whole relationship — sometimes you just have to keep driving.

    • Blerona permalink
      February 1, 2011 2:45 PM

      Thanking you for sharing Lindsay, that made me tear up I’m so happy for you and your fiance :) The contest is actually being held on our facebook fanpage but we will still enter you into the contest because of your wonderful story!! Congratulations!

      • Lindsay S. permalink
        February 1, 2011 2:56 PM

        WHOOPS! thanks so much! I hope I win! I really need a veil!

  2. Di Brown permalink
    February 1, 2011 11:59 PM

    Would love to win a veil

    • Blerona permalink
      February 2, 2011 3:00 PM

      Be sure to enter on our Facebook Fan Page!! :)

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