A perfect dress for your special day

A PASSION for everything bridal and 16 years experience has kept Bridal Reflection's Wendy Millan at the top of her game in the wedding industry.

Thousands upon thousands of brides-to-be have come to Wendy over the years in search for the perfect dress to make their special day one to truly remember.

Regular trips to Melbourne and Sydney to keep up with the latest styles and trends and a wealth of experience makes Wendy a woman who knows and loves her business.

These regular trips ensure Wendy can successfully tip the latest wedding dress trends in 2009 and 2010.

As well as providing professional advice to brides to help them choose a gown that is right for them, Wendy and her team strive to make each girl feel special and relaxed.

“We make that moment of trying and buying a bridal gown an experience to remember,” Wendy said.

“We want all our brides to have that special “Wow” factor and to be completely happy and confident with their choice.”

After identifying three years ago it was convenient for girls to be able to select all their gowns in the one place, Bridal Reflections began to stock a large range of bridesmaid dresses, including exclusive labels from Henri Josef, Jasmine, Nicolina and Flair, as well as a range of accessories including shoes, jewellery, veils and hoop skirts.

Wendy prides herself on providing a service of the highest quality to girls of Central Queensland as they plan one of the most special days of their lives.

For more information phone Bridal Reflections on (07) 4921 1857 or visit www.bridalreflections.com.au.



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