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Liz Browning

Wedding Gown Guru and Bridal Boss

Liz's   Bridal   Industry Journey

Liz's interest in wedding gowns started when she was eleven years old watching Randy Fenoli on TLC'S Say Yes to the Dress. She was mesmerized by the beauty of the gowns and was in awe of the way one dress could make a woman light up with joy. She knew that she had to be a part of bridal industry, one encapsulated with glamor, glitter, and galore. After graduating from Flagler College with a BA in Strategic Communication, she landed her first job at Dimitra Designs, a bridal boutique in Greenville, South Carolina, as a social media and e-commerce associate. It was here where she learned about the industry's leading designers, wedding gown trends, and see first-hand the beautiful impact that a wedding gown has on a bride. 


While Liz was enjoying every moment of her time at Dimitra Designs, the COVID-19 pandemic had other plans for her and unfortunately, she was laid off from her position. Feeling lost and discouraged during the lockdown, she decided to go back to school for a Masters of Arts degree in Luxury and Brand Management at Savannah College of Art and Design. Throughout graduate school, for nearly three years, Liz worked part-time at a bridal shop in Savannah, as a bridal stylist. This is where she had truly found her passion for helping brides choose their wedding gown and being a part of a memory for their special day. In addition, her job and interest in bridal inspired many of her school projects including her final thesis capstone, which encompassed the entire bridal industry. 

Currently, Liz lives in West Palm Beach Florida and works in luxury hospitality. However, in her free-time she's scrolling through social media, keeping up-to-date on the bridal industry, new wedding gowns, and upcoming designers. She is also a devout Catholic and has strong relationship with the Saints. When she discovered that St. Elizabeth of Hungary is the patron Saint of brides, she knew that  Browning Brides was truly her calling. 


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