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Here comes the Bridal Parlour

BY REBECCA BUGGER
WEEKLY REPORTER
Bridal Parlour owner Heater Craft prides herself on offering a unique, personalized experience for brides.
(O’Fallon Weekly Photo by Rebecca Bugger)

SHILOH – Bridezillas beware, there’s a new sheriff in town and she comes with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health.

That’s right, Bridal Parlour owner Heather Craft didn’t always aspire to be at the forefront of bridal fashion. In fact, she started out in North Carolina (you’ll definitely notice a little accent when you speak with her) with big plans to conquer the world of Counseling and Mental Health. However, almost immediately after graduating with her Master’s, Heather was hit with burnout.

The wife of a Marine who relocated to the O’Fallon area for his job, Heather decided that she would use her counseling skills in a totally different arena, bridal fashion.

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