A Formal Affair

Quality • Style • Service

Welcome To A Formal Affair.

We Take The Bride From The "Will You?" To The "I Do!"

We Continue To Maintain The Largest And Most Exclusive Selection Of Wedding Gowns, And Have Added To Our Extensive Collection Of Plus Size Dresses!!

At A Formal Affair, We Are Much More Than A Bridal Salon. We Offer A Wonderful Selection Of Prom Dresses, Guest Of The Wedding, Pageant, Special Occasion Gowns, and Even Tuxedos. 

We Also Have An Expansive Collection Of Tiaras, Jewelry, Veils, And Shoes

You Will Experience Old Fashioned Pampering In A Luxurious, Elegant, Unhurried Atmosphere. 

All Of Our Trained Fashion Consultants Are Avid Shoppers. They Provide Individual Attention To Each Of Our Customers From Our Brides, To Our Prom Girls.  Always Keeping Your Plans In Mind, Never Pushy, Always Supportive.

Stop By And Visit Us Today At  Our Salon In Roswell, Georgia!


How to Say "I Do"- Themes!

So, can we just put this out there?: Mark Zuckerberg and his bride planned a "Game of Thrones" themed wedding with period dress and all.... Yea, so that happened. We're sure it was done with class that only oogles of money can buy, but we have to wonder how long it will take for the novelty to wear off and the "what were we thinking" to set in. 

We're not knocking "Game of Thrones." Nor are we knocking themed weddings. We actually love the idea of a well thought out and executed theme. In this post we want to give you all some tips on how to pick out and pull off a themed wedding! 

How to Pick a Theme

  • Consider the budget! 
  • Browse photos of themes you are considering!
  • Go with your gut! 

How to Execute your Theme

  • If your budget allows, hire a wedding planner!
  • If you're a DIY bride, pick out two or three small details to focus on.  
    • If you get caught up in all the details, your design can become overly themed. 
      • ex: burlap runners with lace overlay give a subtle hint of rustic, while adding the runners and mason jars and chalk boards and birch trees as centerpieces and twinkle lights and mismatched furniture and hay bails and....you see where this going, yeah? 
      • Incorporating a little bit of everything can work also.
        • ex: one table with a burlap/lace runner with the rest of the tables with soft linen runners, and one table with a birch tree centerpiece and the others with mason jars. 

Obviously, this day is yours. If you want to go all out, DO IT! And don't let anyone tell you "no!"