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Big name bridal brands, low low prices at Bay Bridal, Tramore Pronovias, Maggie

Sottero and Mori Lee are just some of the big name bridal brands that are on sale in Bay Bridal, 11 Main Street in Tramore.

The brainchild of Claire Hannigan Bay Bridal is perhaps unique in Waterford and the South East because it sells sample sizes as well as pre-loved wedding dresses which means that prices are as much as 50% lower than normal selling prices and with prices at between 300 and 1,800 Euro - that means that there are price points that are suitable for everyone's budget.

The idea for the shop came about when Claire was trying to sell her own wedding dress and she found that it was very difficult to do it through normal means - the process meant going to people's houses making the whole thing time-consuming as well as awkward. Now with a huge range of dresses in Bay Bridal you can have all the time you want to look through the range and find the perfect dress for your perfect day.

As well as wedding dresses for sale there are also bridesmaids dresses and debs dresses for sale. There are also hats for sale or hire and accessories for sale as well. A veritable one stop shop for all your Bridal needs, Bay Bridal is quickly making a name for itself as one of the best bridal outlets in the southeast.

For more informationcontact Bay Bridal at Tel: 087-2947228, call to 11, Main Street, Tramore or visit: http://www.facebook.com/baybridaldtramore

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