My wedding was to be in June of 2005. I went to Patricia Buck on a Saturday in November, 2004 and it was not busy, actually I was the only one in the store. They only had two fitting rooms, well actually one large one with a sheet in between to make it two. That was okay with me cause unlike David's Bridal, I could move around and have two to three other people in with me. (it was the size of a good sized bathroom) After trying on numerous dresses, I found ""the one"". It's funny cause I had actually seen it in a bridal magazine and couldn't believe they had it in the store. I ordered my dress, veil, and tiara and put 50% down. Well long story short, a little suprise named Avery was born 7 months later and the wedding was postponed. I never paid the other 50% for my dress and never got to wear it. After my daughter was born we attempted to get married again...this time my husband to be got deployed to Iraq so we had a quickie wedding at his mother's(no dress). Now, I had always dreamed of the fairytale wedding and It seemed as though I wasn't going to get it and I still didn't have my dress!!! Katherine, of David's Bridal, was so nice when I called her the second time to tell her the wedding was off. She sent me a nice note letting us know she was thinking of us and that her church was praying for us. What a wonderful person!!\r
I was recently asked to be a bridemaid in my girlfriend's wedding and that got me to thinking about my wedding dress(still at Patricia Bucks), so I made a call and got Katherine on the phone. I explained my situation and she was going to check to make sure the dress was still there. IT WAS!!! So now, five years later, married with two children I'm finally going to go pick up my dress and bring it home. It's not altered or anything and I have to lose about 60 pounds to fit into after having two kids, but one day when we renew our vows...I CAN'T WAIT!!! \r
What wonderful people and customer service!