(Closed) www.idenbridals.com

posted 7 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
Member
58 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I never heard of that website before and they seem to only have that one review that every sites posted over and over. I know whe I found websites like with that type of shady review without pictures I did not place an order.

http://www.basearticles.com/Art/327250/248/Can-one-trust-this-Website-www-idenbridals-com.html

http://www.article-smart.com/Art/205906/254/Can-i-trust-this-Website-www-idenbridals-com.html

I searched a little everywhere and I registered on the weddingbee and the project wedding. I placed an order with the Enjoy store on Ebay but I haven’t received my dress yet, so I can not really say, but so far he made very nice dresses you can see on this site.

http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/ordered-custom-dress-from-china-038-very-happy-w-result

Then there is dressilyme.com

I would have placed an order with them if they had answered my emails earlier, but they took forever. I had placed an order with Enjoy Store for a week before they answered and I took my time to take my measurments. 

But otherwise, they have very good reviews!!

http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/ordered-custom-dress-from-china-038-very-happy-w-result

http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/my-dressilyme-china-dress-is-ready-part-2

I took days to narrow it down to these 2 vendors, but I am pretty sure others had good experiences with other vendors, but at least those 2 are honest regarding what they can and cannot do.

Be careful on that material they can work on as well. I remember contemplating Jeff Liu, but as it turns out, he is not that great with lace and organza, and I needed organza. So you might want to get in touch with that idenbridals.com website and asked them to send you pictures of their work, and send them a picture of the dress you want and then ask for the material they will use on the dress. If they only send you a quote with nothing else, I would not really trust them.

Just know that if you are in love with the actual dress you are seeking to recreate, it will not exactly look the same, as they only work on the picture. So be prepared to see minor differences.

 

On that note I hope I was helful, and I wish you the best of luck.

 

 

Post # 4
Member
2 posts
Wannabee
  • Wedding: June 2011

Yes!! Wish I’d come across this sooner, as I definitely bought my dress from their website. I found a dress on The Knot that I loved, but when I called a nearby store to see if they carried it- they told me the price too and it was WAY above what I was looking for (by a couple thousand). I bought my wedding dress from them for about $400 and ended up receiving tons of compliments!! It looked a lot pricier than it was…even my local seamstress (not a wedding tailor- they’ll run your costs high) told me the fabric looked expensive. I’ll see if I can insert a photo…truly it was JUST the dress I wanted. Oh- note to read exactly what the dress includes. The photo showed buttons going down the back of the dress- but it didn’t LIST them. The dress came without them, and though I could’ve added them later, I decided it was just as gorgeous w/out it. (Plus, my veil had beautiful crystal designs, so the buttons weren’t necessary.) It was an ‘Alvina Valenta’ dress w/ flower accents on the booty (that could be removed- I didn’t because we did a garden wedding), flowy tiers and ruching. The front I had the seamstress tuck it to add a sweetheart neckline which worked perfect! Anyhwo- I’d seriously recommend using them if you want a look w/out paying the upscale price. (Sorry my hanger is cheesy! I wish I’d caught that before they took photos, hahahah.) 

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