How do I book a wedding dress fitting?
The very first step is to fill out the consultation form. It’s important to include pictures of yourself in the dress, even if it’s the sample dress you said yes to. If you don’t have any pictures of the dress or a way to take some then a link to an image of the dress will work.
What should I include on the consultation form?
The most important step, next to submitting pictures of your wedding dress, is to tell us how you want to alter your dress. Please be as descriptive as possible when filling out that portion of the consultation form. We are trying to get a vision of your vision, the more details, the better.
What if I am trying to lose weight?
Any weight loss or gain after your initial fitting that constitutes additional tailoring/ alterations will result in additional fee’s. Usually at the same cost as the original tailoring service. So, it’s our recommendation that you try to achieve the physique you want before you start the tailoring.
When should I start the tailoring/ alteration process?
We are in very high demand from brides all across the nation, so we recommend you initiate the wedding dress fitting process by submitting the consultation form no later than 2 months before your wedding. The majority of our brides start 6 months before their wedding.
What do I need to bring to my first fitting?
Please bring the shoes you will be wearing or shoes of the same height and any shapewear you plan to wear. We do stock and sell high-quality steel corsets that can reduce your waist up to 4 inches as well as custom-made enhancing foundation garments to give you a booty, adhesive bras with push-up features for bust sizes up to E cup and more!
Bring any applique or fabric you want to be added to your dress.
How much is owed at the first appointment?
There is a first time fitting fee due before your appointment of $75 for in-studio appointments and $150 for in-home appointments.
50% of your invoice will be due at your first fitting. The full balance is required to be paid in full no less than 10 days before the final appointment.
What types of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, Venmo, The Cash App, and Zelle. We also accept most Credit Cards but a 3.5% transaction fee will be added.
Do you have any discounts?
Yes, we proudly offer a Military Discount whether you or your intended is Active Military we will need to verify with a Military I.D.
* Military is the only discount we offer.
Do you sell dresses?
We do offer Consignment Services for our Brides. Consignment dresses are gently loved wedding dresses. We also stock a number of veils and beautiful accessories.
Can I bring people to my fittings?
Yes, be our guest. We can accommodate up to 2 guests. We do advise you to have someone attend your final wedding dress fitting to learn details about the bustle and any particular details about getting your dress securely buttoned and laced.
*Please note, we strongly recommend you have your first fitting by yourself. When there are guests it can create a stressful environment for you go with tailoring/ alteration choices that might go against a loved one’s opinion.
How long will it take to get my dress finished?
Our standard lead time, depending on the time of year, is roughly 8 weeks. But we are able to accommodate shorter lead times and Emergency Services.
Do you offer tailoring/ alteration services for garments other than wedding dresses?
Yes. We provide Concierge Tailoring Services for our Premium Portfolio clients which include on-site services anywhere in the world. We also service Film Industry/Studio Projects.
Do you make custom wedding dresses?
Yes, we can make custom wedding dresses but we usually turn down most requests since most people change their minds through the process, which usually creates a loss of direction.
BOOK YOUR CONSULTATION
Weddings are stressful, your dress shouldn’t be. Consultation form should be completely filled out before the initial appointment. Don’t forget to include pictures of your beautiful dress and a detailed description of your desired alterations!