Our Boutique

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We are a modern romantic bridal boutique where the wedding dresses are Instagram-ready and keepsake-worthy.

Our brides experience a personal stylist that helps them create the look they have been dreaming of – or the look they didn’t know they wanted!

Often, brides don’t know where to start with their gown budget – after all, not many of us shop for formal wear daily, let alone a bridal gown!

We have gowns ranging from $1,700 to $6,000.

We are a non-commission shop so our stylists work with you – not for that bonus after a sale

Shopping is by appointment only – Bride can bring 2 guests (feel free to ask if this occupancy limit is current)

Zoom Bridal Appointments are available if you’d like virtual guests!

What to expect:

Your stylist will take a moment to get to know you and what you are looking for.

She will take you on a private tour of our Ballroom where you will pick a few gowns together.

You will try on those gowns in private, yes…you will have a PRIVATE dressing suite with your personal stylist and your nearest and dearest – no one else.

You will find big city designers and experience 1st Class service in a Five star building.

The History of Something Bleu:

The inspiration for Something Bleu Bridal began in the backroom of another store on Broadway in Saratoga Springs, NY, called The Bird of Paradise. Denise Eliopulos, the owner and creator, had been looking for a wedding gown for herself.

Something unique, timeless, and romantic.

Of course, when one falls in love with two different dresses from two different European designers…naturally, buying both lines and crossing your fingers that you sell what you don’t wear is the best option!
Immortal Beloved is born and it will later be known as Something Bleu Bridal, grown from what inspired it and into a first class bridal atelier!

Marissa Mackay, a Something Bleu Bride in 2010, stayed in touch with the very shop and owner that helped make her wedding dreams come true and made the offer to purchase the shop from Denise in 2018.

Marissa has stayed true to the roots of Something Bleu while also making sure to seek out special modern twists to constantly curate a collection of gowns as unique as Something Bleu’s story.