Dear Paula and Orla, although I had visited many bridal shops prior to The Loft, I was most impressed by your professional and friendly service. You gave me the time to try on as many dresses as I wanted without making me feel rushed and you gave me your honest opinion instead of trying to push me into a sale. All of these made me feel so comfortable. Most of all I got my dream dress at a price that made my fiance want to shake your hands!
Thank you so so much xxx
Amanda Carlin, Co. Donegal, March 2011
To all at The Loft Bridal. Just wanted to say a big thank you to all the girls who attended to me and my bridesmaids when choosing our dresses. You were recommended by a friend and I will definately be recommending you to all my friends. Will be back again!
Rebecca Lynham, Co. Tyrone, January 2011
What an experience to be had at The Loft!! The minute we entered the shop we were greeted with a smile - nothing was to much trouble - we were made feel right at home. My mum even got her outfit which was absolutely stunning and at an amazing price. We can't wait for the big day. Thanks Girls!
Selling my dress could not have been easier. The girls at The Loft are so friendly which made me very confident that my dress was in good hands. When they phoned to tell me my dress was sold I was delighted as I am expecting our first baby and the money will be fantastic for all my baby products! I would recommend The Loft to anyone selling their dress and to anyone in search of a bargain
Marie Proan, Co. Fermanagh, November 2010
In these price conscious times, brides are always on the lookout for clever ways to save money and omagh sisters Paula Mallaghan and Orla Mullin have hit on a novel way for them to do just that!
Getting Married in Northern Ireland, Autumn 2009
The Loft Bridal shop, Omagh is a bridal shop with an exciting difference....
Ulster Bride, Spring 2010
"Bridal Gowns without the frowns". The Loft Bridal itself is one of the few true success stories to come out of the recession because in essence it is a product of the recession.
Ulster Herald, February 2011