Custom, literally meaning made or done to order for a particular customer, is what we specialize in when it comes to creating and designing wedding gowns. All custom, bespoke dresses begin with an initial sketch and design. This step allows us, the designer, and the client, to collaborate in the process of making your dream dress. Our brides usually come to us with a basic concept in mind of their dress design, in order to have a rough design idea.
Traditional weddings in the West were often expected to be hosted in a religious setting, such as a chapel or Church for the ceremony, and afterwards, hold a formal reception with a three-course dinner and speeches. Of course, it is still popular to have a conventional wedding theme, however, as time goes on, there are so many wedding theme options available, from vintage chic, to beach bum, to gothic romance.
The process of creating, designing and making custom and bespoke wedding gowns can be intimidating and confusing, especially if you are unfamiliar with the steps and stages. Today, we will be demystifying any confusion surrounding this topic, and our gorgeous designer and founder, Phuong, will answer all of your burning questions in this post!
Sometimes it is the smallest details that can make the biggest impact—which is exactly what this photo shoot captured. Whether it be the fabric, lace, beading, accessories or another stylistic choice, the options are endless when you create a custom gown. This is just one of the many reasons why we love what we do!
We simply cannot get enough of this stunning styled wedding shoot at Woodinville Lavender in Woodinville, Washington. What a perfect example of how you can still create an elegant wedding even on a budget. The breathtaking views, gorgeous light, and beautiful details have us swooning. Not to mention, we had an incredible time collaborating with this team of vendors.