Post # 1
Just wondering if anyone out there has used the Etsy vendor called Bridal Bliss Designs to order their gown???
I’m in love with Amsale’s Coco, but could never afford the real deal. I seems as though this designer has replicated this dress for several brides.
(photo from Amsale’s website)
I’m just curious what your experience with Bridal Bliss Designs was like…and how was the quality of your gown??
Post # 3
if its been replicated many times – are you able to ask the designer to send you a picture of one thats already been done up?!
Post # 4
I ordered my dress from Bridal Bliss designs and I completely regret doing so! I wish I had researched local designers more before I committed to buying a dress from her on Etsy. When my dress was mailed to me, it was balled up in a small box. After I closely inspected it, I saw that there were multiple pin holes in the waist of the dress. I contacted her about the holes, and she attempted to give me excuses as to why there were holes in my dress. I didn’t want to send it back to her to fix, because she obviously does not know how to work with silk taffeta. So I asked her to send me fabric to fix the bodice of my dress with. I took the dress to get the alterations, and they told me the fabric did not match the original fabric of the dress. They also noticed that the underarm area of the dress was dirty, like someone had tried it on multiple times. Not only did I have to pay $400 to fix my dress, I also have to get it cleaned before the wedding. I have tried to contact Bridal Bliss regarding getting a refund of the amount I was charged to fix the dress, but she has not responded to my emails. I’m lucky enought to have found an amazing woman to fix my dress, and I wish I had found her before I had purchased my dress from Bridal Bliss. I’m still in shock that this is the experience I had with the vendor, given that she has such amazing reviews on Etsy. Also, I cannot leave feeback on Etsy to warn other buyers because there is a time limit. Very dissapointed!!!! Be very careful purchasing a dress from Bridal Bliss, and if you do, don’t order it in silk taffeta. She obviously does not know that you need to use silk pins when working with silk taffeta…..or they leave holes!!! I hope this helps everyone!
Post # 5
@nikkiabdallah: thank you for your feedback! i’ve heard others say the same thing w etsy bc there is a cutoff time for feedback.
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I was also checking out Bridal Bliss on Etsy. I have purchased the second of the David’s Bridal gowns that jen42713 suggested (the Strapless Shantung Taffeta Sweetheart Ball Gown) but wanted to change the top to make it look like the Amsale Coco dress so I’ve been researching like crazy these days. Unfortunately I was told by the David’s Bridal alterations girl that they can’t make it a lower v-neck because of the way the pleating is in the front (which, when you see the dress, makes sense). So, I had reached out to Bridal Bliss on Etsy to see if they would consider selling me just the top portion of the dress and I figured I would bring that to a local seamstress and have her recreate the top of my dress. I messaged them last week and haven’t heard back from them yet…