Thank you for taking the time to visit Tulle. Why the name Tulle? Tulle resembles purity and making a statement. It resembles who I am as a person. I was never one of those kids that fit in and always strived to be different. I didn’t do the typical sports in high school, but, loved art and fashion.
My philosophy in life and business is to be compassionate to the needs of others and I teach my staff that as well. It is important to be authentic, strong and inspiring every day I go to work. I love what I do and most of all it is about building lasting relationships.
My passion for the wedding industry came from my mother. She taught me everything I know and she is truly my inspiration. She taught me to have integrity and to give the highest level of customer service. I graduated as a marketing major with a minor in design. I would say my work at Vera Wang Salon in Boston was my dream come true and became the stepping stone for me with luxury bridal gowns.
I love simplicity, fresh, timeless looks with a bit of bohemian mixed in. I love to blend the old with the new to bring a look together.
My recommendation for a bride to be is be yourself and be true to yourself! There are many influences in your life, however, this should be the one day that all time stops at the moment you marry the person of your dreams.
Bring only your guests that know your style and matter the most when selecting your wedding gown. This is an intimate moment to share with your favorite people. Don’t be nervous, be yourself and be open to trying styles on that you might not think you will like. 90% of the time our brides fall in love with something they didn’t expect. Think about your vision and how you see yourself on your wedding day. This is one of the most memorable times in your life and we want to find the perfect gown that you will fall in love with!
We hope we exceed your expectations. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me you have any comments or concerns.
Featured in People Magazine, appeared on the nationally syndicated "Steve Harvey" show, and Brides Across America, profiled on HGTV documentary as well as Boston’s, Chronicle.