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5 Different Ways to Customise Your Wedding Dress

If you’ve found the one, but it’s just not quite right, and you’re looking for wedding dress customisation tips and advice to make that dress yours, this blog is here to help. Customisation is a great way to reflect and refine both your personality and style. You can complete your look in numerous ways to bring it all together and make the vision you’d hoped for. Having a good seamstress or a designer can help – ask them for advice if you’re stuck for ideas, and here at Perfect Fit our wedding dress design and alterations department are constantly transforming dresses for brides in numerous ways. Today we’ve rounded up our top favourite ways of customising your wedding dress to give you some ideas, and we hope you find them inspirational for your own wedding day look.

Adding Straps

Adding straps can be a great way to customise your gown, especially for comfort and support purposes on a bandeau neckline. There are many ways to do this, either a simple matching lace or satin strap or add some glamour with a sequinned, sparkly or diamante version.

Adding Sleeves

If you’ve found the perfect dress but you really want your arms covered, then why not make the dress your own and add some lace or tulle sleeves; either full length or capped! Add some personality to your gown, get your perfect dress and make it your own!

Adding A Bolero/Cape

A bolero or cape is the perfect option if you’re wanting to cover up your arms for the ceremony and take it off to have a different look for the evening. Have a fitted version so it looks like part of your dress, or go full on drama with an embellished or sequinned number.

Adding A Veil

Make your veil the star of the show; there are so many ways to customise your veil and add that wow factor to a simple dress. Add 3D flowers, embroidery, lace trims, or even go for a coloured veil.

Adding Belts/Sashes

Belts and sashes are the easiest way to add some personality to a simple gown to complete your wedding day look. Go for a ribbon or a band of coloured fabric to add some drama to a simple look or add some sparkle with an elaborate beaded belt. This will help add definition and draw attention to a simple, elegant gown.

Wedding dress customisation and bridal alterations come in many forms, and you’ll be amazed at what we can do to convert your existing gown into something that looks like it was originally designed just for you. So, if you’re looking for some help or advice on how to customise your wedding dress, get in touch and book your complimentary bridal consultation.

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