Emma and Grace Bridal | Denver Wedding Boutique

Earlier this year I published a rundown of some of my favorite Colorado Wedding Vendors. But in case the preview left you wanting to know more about these amazing people, I’m taking the time to do some more in depth introductions to these talents.

Emma and Grace Bridal

You can follow Emma and Grace bridal shop on IG here.

Or check out their selection and designers on their site here.

bride in relaxed wtoo wedding dress with lace and beading at outdoor golden colorado wedding

How long has Emma & Grace been in business?
We started in 2013 so we are in our 6 year! Time has flown by!

How did Emma & Grace evolve? Where did the name come from?
Emma & Grace came into Denver at a time where there wasn’t a lot of variety outside of the traditional style of a wedding gown. We wanted to rewrite the rules of bridal by offering something unique, easy, and a more relaxed atmosphere when dress shopping. Our studio is a space for brides to feel inspired and supported as they uncover the bride they want to be.

What is your favorite part of being part of the wedding industry in Denver?
To our core, we care about our brides. We want everyone to feel welcome, inspired, and comfortable being themselves. We believe passionately that you should trust where you buy and trust that we’ll take care of you.

Who is your ideal client?
Our bride is very much the every day girl. Our customer styles are all very different from boho to traditional to minimal. Each bride shares a similar heart though. They care for others, and prioritize different things. She cares about about the details, but also knows that there is more to the wedding then just the gown.   

What kinds of brides are looking for the designs you carry?
Our collection strays away from traditional and leans toward the romantic, boho, and unique without losing the feel of a wedding gown. It’s a variety of indie designers, up and coming brands, as well as some strong, well-known labels.  This includes, Bo & Luca, Chantel Lauren, Daalarna, Georgia Young, Inmaculada Garcia, Leanne Marshall, Watters, and more.

Describe the process of working with you.  What do couple’s need to know?
The process of working with is us is pretty laid back. We try to make dress shopping as easy as possible. We pair the bride with a stylist who walks her through the process from beginning to the end. Our stylists are throughly trained on our gowns and alterations, and we do pull gowns for our brides. Shopping can be overwhelming so we do everything possible make things as easy as possible. We also offer alterations which is very different. We can pull seamstress into appointments and help brides customize their gowns. Also, we carry a Private Label line that is exclusive to our studio so brides can get creative and customize!

What trends are inspiring to you right now? Which designers are you excited about?
We have some extraordinary designers! We love the color that Chantel Lauren is implementing, and the bead work of Karen Willis Holmes is to die for! Leanne Marshall has simple yet flattering gowns that have the softest fabrics and incredible movement. We also have a lot of gowns that are very comfortable which is perfect for the Colorado bride!


Want to see gorgeous photos of one of the designs they carry in their shop? Check out Monica and Tom’s Boettcher Mansion wedding

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