Post # 1
We’re getting eloped, so I want a very simple dress that’s still a wedding dress. I found this dress online that I love and found it on a few different sites. It’s credited to an etsy shop called BlimeyHarryCrafts which no longer exists, so I can’t find the dress or a similar dress anywhere. I love the spaghetti straps and open back that is low but not TOO low, and the flowiness, as well as the front. FYI The photographer that took these pictures is Nicole Daacke and her work looks amazing.
Post # 3
Lulus online has a great variety of inexpensive wedding dresses. I’d check them out as I think there are a few in similar styles!
Post # 4
Have you looked at BHLDN?
Post # 5
yep! I’ve looked at BHLDN, David’s Bridal and Lulus. I look at BHLDN the most since I like the boho-y style and saw a few dresses I like but none that I love. :/
Post # 6
- Wedding: July 2021 - Mackinac Island, MI
I ordered a dress from JJ’s house and Dress Outlet. The dresses were good quality and inexpensive, but be warned the customer service is all through email/ chat with 2nd language English folks.
you could also go to a tailor and see if they would be willing to custom make it for you. Growing up my dance studio did this for our costumes, and I’d assume that would be cheaper than going through a bridal shop.
Post # 7
Look at Azazie bridesmaid dresses in white.
Post # 8
Any reputable seamstress should be able to whip one of these up. There’s no boning or embellishment so I would expect it would not be excessively expensive
Post # 9
Hmm I never considered that route – do you know the average cost of doing something like that? I’m just starting to look at dresses now. I don’t want to spend too much but luckily have some wiggle room in the budget since we’re doing an elopement instead of a wedding!
Post # 10
Not sure of the cost but I’d get a few quotes