The Brides Project holds the safety of Volunteers, Brides and their families in the highest regard. As a leadership team, we have met to review the actions we should take regarding our response to the COVID-19 virus. It is our responsibility to ensure that we are taking precautions to protect our guests and volunteers from the transmission of the COVID-19 virus.
It has been our goal to remain open, however, in response to the changing health landscape, we have made the decision in the best interest of all involved to temporarily close The Brides Project.
The Brides Project (TBP) opened in September 2011. TBP is a fundraising initiative of the Cancer Support Community. This unique project is staffed by volunteers and dedicated to raising funds for free programs for families impacted by cancer at the Cancer Support Community (CSC) of Greater Ann Arbor through the sale of donated bridal gowns. Once-worn gowns donated by brides or unsold gowns donated by bridal shops are available for brides-to-be to purchase at a considerable savings. All profits from the sale of the gowns go to the CSC to support programs and services for people touched by cancer.
Our inspiration to start this project came to us from Helen Sweet, who started The Brides Project in Canada. She graciously allowed us to take this idea to the United States. If you are a bride in Canada, please visit her website www.thebridesproject.com.
We offer a unique shopping experience in our boutique at 1677 Plymouth Road in Ann Arbor. Our gowns are very high quality and are offered significantly below market prices. Our volunteer bridal consultants will work with you to find just the dress for you!
To learn more about The Brides Project view WDIV’s Live in the D.