Our Savvy Team is our own special family! We eat together, hang out on our days off, laugh at how silly we can be and support each other through all of life's crazy and unsuspecting moments. Most of the time, one of us is always dog-sitting for another, or wearing someone's earrings, or stealing someone's pretzels in the break room. We believe life is too short to spend even a minute doing something you're not passionate about, which is why the nine of us all found each other at Savvy Bride. We are all so excited to be the smallest part about your big day!
Allie is your favorite Southern Northerner! She grew up with all sisters who have inspired her love of rom coms & happily ever afters. At home, you can catch her snuggled up with her kitty, Piper, and a glass of Cabernet. You'll fall in love with Allie's poise and charm, and you will feel as though you're shopping with your very best friend.
Meet The Team
Sydney is a true Southern Belle but gypsy at heart. Three things she can't live without...
mascara, garlic bread & yoga pants. She is the sassy stylist with attitude.
Marina is a fashionista who will bring class and charm into your bridal appointment. Marina believes that the bridal world is full of magic and is eager to share that magic with you throughout your appointment.
Lindsey is a total people person and when she 's not studying for her biology degree, you can find her planning her own wedding to her high school sweetheart! She loves all things pink, Chipotle and wine, and loves meeting new brides everyday.
Savannah is the baby on our team, but don’t underestimate her maturity and passion for life. With a smile that lights up any room and her caring personality, Savannah will ensure that your time at Savvy Bride is a time of laughter and love in preparation for your special day.
Mycal is a Pennsylvania native who’s been in the Queen City for a little
over a year. Everytime Mycal walks into a room, he brings his contagious smile and joy with him. He firmly believes that shopping for
your dream dress shouldn’t feel like a task, but a celebration.