Bespoke Designs Explained
A bespoke gown is one that is designed and fully made to measure specifically for you. This means your ideas and dreams of the perfect gown will be made into a reality. There are many stages towards completing a bespoke gown, but all are necessary, so be prepared for several consultations.
It is important to note that I do not make copies of other designers gowns. It is very common for a bride to fall in love with a gown only to find it is out of their price range or not available in their size. I do sympathize, but it is a strict policy not to copy their hard work. What I will do is use the dress as inspiration to design and create your gown. Equally once you have approved one of my designs, I promise never to repeat that design for anyone else, meaning your gown will be truly exclusive to you.
The first stage is to look at your ideas, discuss dates, prices etc. Often the first stage is done before I even meet you as many clients chose to email everything. This is sometimes better for me too so I can be fully prepared for your first consultation. When you do come, feel free to bring any pictures that have inspired you, a piece of lace or even a broach, basically anything that has begun the idea of your perfect gown. Whether this stage is in person or via email, we will go through a lot of details.
Hopefully most of your questions will be answered by reading the sections below.
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