We introduce a new class of stochastic processes called fractional Wiener-Weierstrass bridges. They arise by applying the convolution from the construction of the classical, fractal Weierstrass functions to an underlying fractional Brownian bridge. By analyzing the $p$-th variation of the fractional Wiener-Weierstrass bridge along the sequence of $b$-adic partitions, we identify two regimes in which the processes exhibit distinct sample path properties. We also analyze the critical case between those two regimes for Wiener-Weierstrass bridges that are based on standard Brownian bridge. We furthermore prove that fractional Wiener-Weierstrass bridges are never semimartingales, and we show that their covariance functions are typically fractal functions. Some of our results are extended to Weierstrass bridges based on bridges derived from a general continuous Gaussian martingale.