NEW! Arts District’s First Bridal Salon Opens

Candy Navarrete and Abegail Abellana Parcasio of Rose & Delilah Bridal Salon

Candy Navarrete and Abegail Abellana Parcasio of Rose & Delilah opened the first-ever bridal salon in the Arts District (photo: Melissa Richardson Banks)

The Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles has long been a destination for wedding photographers who use the colorful backdrop of the neighborhood for unique shots of the newly engaged, brides and grooms, and bridal parties.

Now the Arts District has its first bridal salon where brides can find that perfect dress for their very special day.

Inspired by all things pretty, co-owners Abegail Abellana Parcasio and Candy Navarrete of Rose & Delilah create elegant and timeless wedding gowns that are romantic, yet have a vintage feel. Each gown is handcrafted in their Arts District studio. Brides can view the salon’s limited-edition collections on site or choose from other gowns for sale through select boutiques worldwide.

When they first met, Abegail and Candy quickly discovered their mutual passion for wedding gowns and, when the opportunity presented itself this past year, they formed a partnership to become Rose & Delilah. The design duo quietly opened their studio in January 2015, and are now open to brides by appointment only.

“Having our bridal studio located in the ever-evolving Arts District is exciting. Every day, we are surrounded by an array of fashion, art and beauty sure to influence us as we embark on our first collection designed together as Rose & Delilah,” shared Abegail and Candy.

To learn more, visit their website at

Rose & Delilah Bridal Studio
800 Traction Ave., Ste. 3
Los Angeles 90013
Open by appt. for brides only • (310) 880-2395

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