The Bridal Bespoke Process

Check out Asia Network Founder Michelle Yuan’s Bespoke Wedding dress journey with Giorgia Couture and her first fitting experience with Vienna Mei. 

"Designer Vienna Mei has a penchant for sheer, lightweight layers and glamorous details that look equally as lovely for a beach setting as for a ballroom venue.

So if that's the look you're gunning for, Giorgia Couture is where to look." 

                                                                                                                     

 --- Her World Brides Singapore

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Here are some additional information you might be interested 

 

Before the Appointment:

It is recommended that bride-to-be has a "dream dress" design in mind.

Save at least 2-3 styles and design of your ideal dress on your phone.

If you are unsure about a particular style's suitability, try ons are possible. Simply book a fitting session for our Ready-to-Wear Collection. 

During the Appointment:

You will meet Vienna Mei, the creative director for Bespoke Creation.

She will first understand what is your bridal style. 

You might be trying out a few dresses in the different necklines and silhouettes. 

You will also have access to our Fabric Collection, which has a wide selection of Bridal Laces for your Selection. 

There will be recommendations or you can select based on your favourites. 

After the Appointment: 

You should have a very clear idea if your dream design is suitable for you. 

You would also have clarity on the creation process and timelines. 

After making a selection of the lace, and having confirmation of the design, a digital designer sketch will be done for you. 

Nothing is left to the imagination. You have a visual reference of your dream dress before we commence on workmanship. 

Prices for Laced Bodice with Lightweight tulle A-line Dress Bespoke is approximately $1800.

Prices for a Minimalist Crepe/Duchess/Mikado Satin Dress is approximately $1200.

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