Diamond Bridal Gallery uses only experienced professionals for your alteration
Alteration may be necessary to make your gown fit perfectly and conform smoothly your body.
Things to Consider: Alteration usually require several fittings. Allow four to six weeks for alteration to be completed. However, do not alter your gown months before the wedding. Your weight may fluctuate during the final weeks of planning, and the gown might not fit properly. Alteration are usually no included in the cost of the gown. Additionally, taking your dress for alterations during peak wedding season or choosing a gown that needs excessive restoration can greatly affect your alteration time line.
Shoes, bra and the other accessories should be bought well much in advance before going for the wedding dress alterations. You may also want to consider some modifications to your gown such as shortening or lengthening the train, customizing sleeves, beading and so forth.
What is the Bustle?
Wedding dress bustles are intended to help you move around more freely with a long train. Bustles can also give your wedding dress a different look and protect it from fabric abrasion and mis-steps from your guests.
Styles of Bustle: The French
The French Bustle is very popular and is great for most wedding gowns with lengthy trains. The bustle is secured with ribbons on the inside of the dress, and can have anywhere from two to twenty five different points. Here is few samples: