Fashion + Beauty

Bridal Accents Couture

With plush white carpet, crystal chandeliers, and a center aisle long enough for a bride to give her train a test drive, Bridal Accents Couture is designed to dote on its clients.

Photo by Katherine Harris

With plush white carpet, crystal chandeliers, and a center aisle long enough for a bride to give her train a test drive, Bridal Accents Couture is designed to dote on its clients.

Already established as a destination bridal boutique in the southeast metro, Bridal Accents Couture’s move in late 2012 from Savage to Burnsville put it in an even better position to accommodate discerning brides. “I believe every bride deserves a couture experience, whether she’s spending $1,000 or $10,000,” owner Michelle Beck says. Among the bridal collections featured are Badgley Mischka, Anne Barge, and Liancarlo. By and large, these dresses are straight out of a fairy tale: lots of lace, beaded trains, and big flourishes.

Intent on offering a one-stop shop, Beck also offers bridesmaid gowns, tuxes, accessories, headpieces, and heels. With so many customizable dresses, be sure to make your appointment at least six months before the wedding.

—Allison Kaplan

12501 Nicollet Ave., Burnsville,
952-846-4496,

bridalaccentscouture.com

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