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BRIDES Magazine has paired with the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation to create “Something Pink,” a special wedding gown promotion to raise money to grant final wishes for those diagnosed with terminal breast cancer. Mon Cheri Bridals, LLC is proud to offer two pink-hued bridal gown styles for this promotion:

SOMETHING PINK style 18252 Reese, Softly curved strapless satin modified trumpet bridal gown, triple-pleated Empire waistband features a jeweled crystal motif, dipped back bodice, satin faced organza skirt with triple band hemline, Couture Bodice Shaper, chapel length train, detachable spaghetti and halter straps included.

SOMETHING PINK style Y1813 Gemma, An exquisitely hand-draped sweetheart bodice with dropped waistline sets the tone for this stunning strapless taffeta A-line wedding gown. Adorned with a beaded Empire band of Swarovski crystals, Gemma is perfectly balanced with matching floral embroidery and beading throughout the full skirt, corset back bodice and chapel length train. Removable straps included.

Ten percent of the proceeds of these two styles sold in the aforementioned colors will be donated to this worthy cause from now until October 2008. Instead of “something blue,” think pink and support this incredible foundation! For more information about the Something Pink program, visit Brides.com. To learn more about the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation, visit MakingMemories.org.
I am proud that Always Elegant Bridal and tuxedo showcase both Mon Cheri Bridal and Sophia Tolli and that we have both of these dresses available in our store for orders. This cause is close to my heart because I lost my grandma, Paula Miranda to breast cancer over a decade ago and theres not a day that goes by where I don’t think of her. I love and miss you grammy!