Things I Should Know About Custom-Made Wedding Dresses

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When talking about custom-made wedding dresses, there are always a few things you're going to need to keep in mind. Find out what you need to know about custom-made wedding dresses with help from the director of Solutions Bridal in this free video clip.

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Hi I'm Tali Gallo, director of Solutions Bridal in Orlando, Florida, and I'm here to fill you in on all the things you should know about custom made wedding dresses. The number one most common misconception is a custom made wedding dress that's going to come in fitting perfectly. In the wedding world custom made means that your dress is made for you at the time you place your order. Since the dress is not being pulled from a warehouse, you are able to pick the color, the size, any major changes if you want extra length. The dress will still need alterations. Your bridal stylist will measure your bust, your waist and your hip to help determine the size. These measurements will never be submitted to the designer. Alterations are a good thing because they fit the dress exactly to your preference. A bridal salon or designer cannot determine how you like things to fit you, while a seamstress can better fit your needs with you in front of them and the dress. If you want what is called a custom measured dress, that's an option but the cost is way more than a standard alternation bill. Plus, what if your weight changes, then you will still need alterations. Now that we have that all cleared up, I want to encourage you to go for a custom made wedding dress. Why wear something your cousin can buy next year if she likes that style as well? Go for a dress that's being ordered for you, do it for a change that you can visualize like altering the neckline a tad to make it one of a kind. Here at the salon we're all about making sure not a single one of our brides look the same. Thanks for watching. I'm Tali here at Solutions Bride here in Orlando, reminding you to stay stylish.


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