Hello our Beautiful Brides!
We know that the endless restrictions because of COVID since last year have been tiresome and obnoxious. We humbly ask that you bear with us as we continue to work through city mandates and CDC recommendations. Since we have one seamstress for everything, we are going to lean towards the higher safety measures. So far she’s stayed healthy!
Please keep in mind the following for your appointments so we can all stay safe and keep these weddings going!
- Please only bring one adult guest to your appointment. They'll need to learn the bustle if you have one. This guest also needs to wear a mask.
- Masks need to be worn at all times while in the shop. We have limited space to distance appropriately, so masks are required by us and the state. If you don't have a mask we can provide a disposable mask for a small fee. Staff will also be wearing them, so we can all keep our germs to ourselves.
- Masks need to fit your face properly and cover your mouth and your nose. Ill fitting masks will not be considered appropriate and a new one will be provided to you for a fee or you will be asked to reschedule. Please make sure your mask is made of a breathable fabric for your own safety.
- Sanitation is still in full swing so hand washing or hand sanitizer is required upon entry before we begin. We will also be disinfecting furniture and surfaces between each appointment. If you happen to come when another bride is in the shop, please let us know and wait in the lobby until we have been able to disinfect between clients.
- If you have been sick, been around someone who has been sick, or been in contact or tested positive for COVID-19, please reschedule your appointment. There is no penalty for doing so and we greatly appreciate it.
- We understand that some of you have received a vaccination for the virus. Unfortunately as of right now our staff has not been able to so we still request the following of the above for their safety.
Thank you so much for your cooperation and understanding as we navigate our first worldwide pandemic during a busy bridal season.
The Stellula Team