I think that we can officially call this a successful market! We created a beautiful line, put on a breathtaking fashion show, met with our wonderful stores, and humbly absorbed the compliments on our new collection.  We have all started to make the journey home, but our travels are far from over. Now, we will fan out across the country to bring these new dresses to you, our brides. After all, that is who we do all this for. Check our Facebook page and website to find out when the gowns will be in a city near you for a trunk show. To see photos of the new collection visit Martha Stewart’s Wedding website at the link below. Our pictures with detailed shots will be up as soon as I get my hands on them…promise!


Good Things!

Darcy Miller’s Blog – www.MarthaStewartWeddings.com

“I sat next to my friend Mark Ingram of the Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier for the Anne Barge show. He’s been selling Anne Barge dresses for 10 years, and he has known her for 15. We all know Anne’s designs are classic, and Mark loves that she excels in beadwork and embroidery. You can also see lots of beautiful laces and floral details. Mark is also excited about how she’s been playing with options for necklines — like a square neckline — perfect for the romantic bride!

Cute short dress — the photo does not do it justice.

Very Jackie O.

Mark and I at the show.

Hilary – Owner of Alta Moda Bridal Boutique in Utah – http://www.altamodabridal.com/blog

If you read this blog, even infrequently (shame on you), our adoration of Anne Barge and her eponymous collection is vividly evident. When I see one of her gowns, I swoon. And I am most usually a swooner or even one to use that word in my posts, but she warrants it.

Proof is herehere, and, uh, here.

Are you still looking for proof of how fantastic this lovely line of wedding dresses really is? Well, here you go:

Anne introduced a soft youthfulness to her line while still maintaining that classic elegance for which she is known. You only get the three images for now (mean, right?), but more are to follow.  It’ll make you want to wear two dresses to your wedding.  (Just as Mara.)

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