Option 1: Bespoke - For extremely pick brides, going bespoke is best because you can have more control over the process of designing your outfit. We have multiple in house bespoke designers. To reach out regarding bespoke options, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You'll be assisted by a professional designer who will guide you through the process of creating your dream outfit. Having a Pinterest board of what you like is recommended so the designer can get an idea of what you like. You'll be able to facetime/skype and discuss fabrics, embroideries, colors, and the design with your designer and then a sketch will be made. Changes can be made to that sketch until it meets your full approval. Once the sketch is approved and deposit is paid, a embroidery swatch would be made (if necessary). Once that is approved, your outfit will go into production and you'll be given a timeline of delivery. When the item is ready for delivery, you will be sent pictures of the final product and can mention in case any final changes need to be made before shipping.
Pros: a. You get exactly what you want b. You generally save money c. What you have is uniquely yours and one of a kind
Cons: a. You'll have to invest your time in communicating with the designer b. Making design related decisions can be difficult given the number of choices.
Option 2: Brand Name Designer - For brides who know which designer they want to wear, we would recommend narrowing down the designs you like and then finding out pricing and other details.
We currently take orders on Anushree Reddy, Anamika Khanna, Jayanti Reddy and Tarun Tahiliani and can help you order your wedding clothes through them.
Working with us, some of the benefits include our knowledge of the designer's product lines, relationships with the designers we represent, and a point of contact to help you out and answer questions 7long the way from beginning to end.
Pros: 1. Brand Name 2. Assurance of Quality 3. Ready Designs which you can see
Cons: 1. Not Always Budget Friendly 2. Some Designers are rigid on customizations