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First News Spring 2006

Business Spotlight - Trinidad
Memories Last Forever


   Memory Lane Bridal & Formal Wear, located in the heart of downtown Trinidad, was established seventeen years ago to serve residents of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Come look around the newly remodeled shop. They are a full-service bridal shop, stocking over 120 wedding dresses which are sold right off the rack, or can be ordered. Everything is new and nothing is used. Current inventory includes a variety of dresses for prom, first communion, baptism, quinceañeras, mother of the bride, or other formal and informal occasions. A large selection of tuxedos are available for rent or sale including tuxes for the little guys.
Angelean & Gabe Schumacher, Joenie McNeil

   Their full line of accessories can add that finishing touch to your special occasion with jewelry, tiaras, wedding cake tops, invitations, cake serving sets, and candles. If they don’t have it, they know where to get it. Also, order wedding cakes from Cakes By Marie. If you should have any questions about your next special occasion, Angelean Schumacher and Joenie McNeill have seen and heard it all before because at Memory Lane Bridal & Formal Wear memories are forever.

Memory Lane Bridal & Formal Wear
137 Norht Commercial Street
Trinidad, CO 81082
(719) 846-7456


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