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Tin Can Alley

Brides for a Cause

2711 6th Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98406

Brides for a Cause

Brides for a Cause has three locations: Tacoma, Seattle and Portland

Shop hundreds of new, samples and gently-used wedding gowns up to 75% off. The inventory is unique, wide-ranging and constantly changing as new dresses arrive weekly. Almost every major designer and style offered at the fraction of the price!

Wedding dresses are affordable. Prices start at just $150. Sizes 0-28.

You will also find a variety of discounted bridal accessories including veils, headpieces and sashes. The store also carries bridesmaids, mother of the bride, prom and other special occasion dresses for just $20-$50.

The organization is always acccepting wedding dress donations. Donate your dress 5 years and newer and receive a tax write-off. Donations may be dropped off at the boutique or mailed.

Proceeds support a variety of local and national women-focused charities. To date, the organization has given away over $650,000 to charity.

The Tacoma store is located at 2711 6th Ave., Tacoma, WA, 98406. Phone: 253-272-5000.

The Seattle store is located at 6514 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115. Phone: 206-420-1350.

The Portland, Oregon, store is located at 2502 SE 11th Ave., #120, Portland, OR 97202. Phone: 503-282-4000.

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