INFORMATION BEFORE YOU ORDER
What you need to know!!
1- Always order your gown in a size that will fit you
today! We get alot of emails from girls that want to leave the
ordering of their gown to the last minute so that they can lose as much weight
as possible. We understand that everyone wants to look their best for their
wedding day, however it is best to order your gown as soon as possible so that
you do not cut it too fine before your wedding as you may need to get alerations
done etc. NEVER order a gown in a size that is currently too small e.g current
size 16 and then purchasing a 14, as this is almost always guaranteed to leave
you with a gown that does not fit you, and without enough time to get a new gown
made. If you can have it altered it is usually an expensive process
to have this done. In some cases it’s cheaper to get a whole new gown made.
We highly recommend that you choose your current size with a corset back which
will allow for any weight loss (or gain if it happens to go the other
2. Also never assume ANYTHING!!! For example if you order a gown in a standard size always double
check your measurements as our definition of a particular “standard size” may
differ from the standard size that you normally purchase. Our manufacturer uses
a different sizing method for their gowns. For example if you normally purchase
a size 14 check the sizing page of our website to ensure that the bust, waist,
hips and hollow to hem measurements for a size 14 match your current
measurements. Often your gown size is very different to your regular
clothes size. If you find that one or more of your measurements are
bordering two sizes always select the larger size as it is very easy to take a
gown in rather than let it out. If you order a gown that is too small in
most cases it will be almost impossible to take out to allow it to fit.
please note that a standard size may not be an exact fit so it is more than
likely that you will need to have some alterations done. Please note that we do
not offer any kind of refund or reimbursement for dresses that don’t fit because
the customer has purchased the incorrect size.
3. Made to measure sizes: All dresses/gowns are cut from the measurements that are supplied by
the customer and are checked before they leave the factory and checked again at
our quality control process in our head office. This means that a dress/gown
that does not match the measurements supplied by the customer will never
willinging be sent out. Remember measure twice and cut once! Please note
that there are no refunds or returns on gowns that do not fit due to
measurements that have been taken incorrectly. We highly recommend that you have your measurements taken by a professional.
3. Do choose a corset/lace up back if possible, this allows you to
alter the size if you loose or put on weight, it will also save you on having
alterations done and will save you if you have taken your measurements
4. Do ask alot of questions, if you are unsure about how the process
works on ordering a gown please contact us. If you are unsure about a
style or material
please ask us!
5. If you are unsure about colours please contact us to receive free
samples, do not just assume that the colour you see on the computer screen will
be the same in real life. All colour samples are to be used as a guide
only, each dye batch can differ slightly.
6. If you have more than one
bridesmaid and are purchasing multiple dresses NEVER order them separately. All dresses will need to be cut from
the same fabric roll to ensure that there are no colour discrepancies.
also applies to ordering one dress to see what it is like and the ordering the
rest at a later date, not only will the colour be different but there may be a
slight alteration in the style. All of our dresses are not mass produced,
they are all custom made to order so should be ordered at the same
7. Whether you choose a standard size or a made to measure size,
alterations may still be necessary depending on the style of the
We are here to help you with any questions that you have so please
contact us if you are unsure.
Workmanship, Construction and Materials used to create our
FABRIC: The highest quality thick bridal satin (395/4811 grade Bridal
Dresses made of cheap material will turn dark and yellow after they
are stored for over 3 months. For our dresses, even if storing them for 5 years,
the colour will not change.
Our manufacturer uses at least 4 layers of
fabrics to make the bodice of our bridal gowns. For cheaply made bridal gowns,
there are only 2 layers of fabrics (satin and lining), and some even have no
lining. With 2 layers of interlining, the bodice part of our bridal gowns is
very firm. Another layer of interlining around neckline to make this part
of the dress extra solid.
BONING: Our manufacturer uses 8-10 bones in the bodice of most of our
bridal gowns, so the bodice part of our bridal gown is very strong. For
cheaply made bridal gowns, there are much less bones used, and some even have no
bones at all.
LINING: All of our gowns are fully lined.
BEADWORK: Our manufacturer only uses Japanese made Matsuno beads (also known
as MGB beads). This is the top quality bead in the industry, and the price
is 15 times higher than the beads used on cheaply made bridal gowns. Cheap
beads would turn dark after 3 months. We also use 100% genuine Swarovski
Crystals, Czech Diamonds, Cultured Pearls and high quality bridal sequins.
All of the beadwork on our gowns are stitched by hand, they are not
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