Bridal Gown Alteration
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I schedule a Consultation?
Technically-You should schedule your first fitting 12 weeks before your wedding, Minimum.
However- life can throw curve balls-
Most alterations take up to 6-12 weeks for completion.
During the busy months I book VERY quickly due to high demand so it is advised to book your appointment even up to 6-12 months in advance to secure your slot.
*Typically busy season is Jan-Sept and weekends and evening appointments are very popular and space/Time is limited through the season*
How much time will my Consultation take?
Most Fittings and consultations can take uo to half hour to 3 hoursYou can request to pre-book these time slots over the phone, via website or by sending me a text. I want to cover all the bases and get all the info needed to customize your dress into a masterpiece!
Commonly Asked Questions
To reserve your appointment there is a $20.00 Consultation Fee upon booking, this fee is non-refundable and secures your spot in the schedule!
Forms Of Payment Accepted:
As a convenience to our clients, Accepted forms are; Cash, Local Verified Check, All major Credit/Debit Cards. There is a pre-payment policy in this studio.
Gowns with Beading and lace can always add a higher cost due to their delicacy many are on average $200-$400, However, there is no way to Determine any alteration cost with out a full consultation.
What items Should I Bring With me?
Plan to Bring your gown, shoes, any coordinates and undergarments you plan to wear.
Can you alter my bridemaid dress?
As a convenience, I only offer alterations for existing bridal party members.Example:Bridal client refers their bridal party members to us for alterations for their wedding.
I am not open to the public.
Wait, do I need steaming services too?
You may find that many of the folds will come right out, but chances are the gown will probably need to be deep steamed after Alterations, this is not included and will come at additional cost. Even if the dress has been hanging in the same spot in your closet for weeks, you should still give it one last steaming before the ceremony so it will look fresh.