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07
Mar
10

Bridal Illusion

Springtime is rapidly approaching, so perhaps it’s no wonder that I have recently received a flurry of requests for custom made bridal veils. I simply love getting to work on these hand crafted veils! They are enjoyable to make and my brides are delighted with the result. This is a perfect example of the benefits of contacting a custom dressmaker. I am easily able to make veils in just the right length, color, and fabric, and adorned in whatever way will best compliment the bride’s gown and personality. This could be anything from a simple cut edge to freshwater pearls hand sewn along the edge to stunning imported Alencon lace. Meanwhile, the custom selected fabrics and lengths assure the veil will match the bride’s gown, hairstyle, and personal preference. And, in most cases, my pricing comes in dramatically below those charged by bridal boutiques for off-the-rack veils! The veil pictured to the right is one of the current listings in my etsy shop, and the photos below showcase some of the different styles of edges on the custom veils my recent clients have requested.

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01
Feb
10

The Betty Bridal Gown

I have a deep love of 1950’s fashion that dates back to my childhood days, watching old reruns of black and white sitcoms. I still adore Laura Petrie. So, I recently decided to design and sew a 50’s inspired bridal gown to list in my etsy shop. It was so much fun to make! And fun to model too. 🙂 Enjoy!




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