A Premiere Wedding Dress Boutique in Orlando

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430 W. New England Ave

Winter Park, FL 32789

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Our commitment to making all women confident and the importance of a happy and safe home beginning with a confident woman is not just words on a website.  We believe it starts with the community our business serves.  It is our privilege to be the first wedding gown business to partner with Harbor House of Central Florida.

 

In addition to our company's direct donations, Something New Bridal Boutique will match dollar for dollar any donation in our store towards Harbor House of Central Florida up to $500 at time of purchase of a wedding gown.
 
Another way you can indirectly contribute to this fine cause is to "Donate Your Special Day" by asking your family and friends to make a donation in lieu of gifts.  Please ask us for details.

Harbor House

Harbor House seeks to eliminate domestic abuse by providing safety, shelter, counseling, education, advocacy and justice.
 
Since the inception of the domestic abuse movement in the 1970’s, Harbor House has been highly regarded as one of the best comprehensive domestic abuse programs in the State of Florida. They have five main programs to support their mission: emergency shelter, children’s services, community outreach, legal advocacy services and community & professional education. The main program is the 106 bed emergency shelter that is operated 24 hours a day for women and children survivors of family violence. This life saving program has been in operation for 37 years and is the only State certified domestic violence shelter in Orange County.

We proudly support Brides Across America by donating wedding gowns to military and first responders each year. Whether it's for love of country or love at the altar, our military and first repsonders deserve our very best. Since 2008, Brides Across America has played a role in making their dreams come true by giving a military or first responder bride a free wedding gown during an “Operation Wedding Gown Event”