(Closed) Jasmine bridal bridesmaid dresses?

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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655 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@Purple_Bride:  If you order from Jasmine’s, I think you’d be spending atleast $150 per dress. It depends on the design of the dress. Best thing to do is to email them directly. In my opinion $100-$150 is very cheap and if your bridesmaids fit standard sizes I would just order from a store!

Post # 4
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737 posts
Busy bee

@Purple_Bride:  Have a look at the 3 parts of Jasmines Bridal Shop, that is Part 1, 2, 3.  You will find lots of posts of bridesmaid and flower girl dress.  Also MOB and a reception dress I have posted.

Just like their bridal dresses, the level of quality and accuracy (if you get the measurements correct) is amazing.

Post # 5
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963 posts
Busy bee

The reason I ordered through Jasmine’s was not only about the price.  I could have found cheaper dresses online but it was more about the quality and getting them custom made to the girls measurements.  Just the satisfaction it gives you, having an input into the design of a dress.

 

The girls just love the dresses. A few pics

 

 

 

Post # 6
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963 posts
Busy bee

@Purple_Bride:  Just a bit more information on the bridesmaid dresses. The internal structure is just like a wedding dress.  It has boning and a sewn in bra.  The skirt has a satin skirt under the chiffon with lining sewn in.  The skirt has a total of 3 layers of fabric and the bodice about 4 layers of fabric.  I really didn’t find anything close this quality at the shops.

Post # 7
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315 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

@hiheel:  first time I’ve seen these, they look seems. Appear to fit very well 

Post # 8
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737 posts
Busy bee

@hiheel:  + 1 Agree totally.  My flower girl dresses also have multiple layers of lining.  The crincoline is also sandwiched between layers so it doesn’t scratch my girls.

My daughter’s reception dress is fully boned. 

Post # 9
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7977 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

I’m debating this as well… I know that the Jasmine’s dresses will be great quality and will fit well, but you can get very cheap bridesmaid’s dresses in the UK which would cost a lot less. The problem I have is that I can’t find a high street dress in the correct shade of blue. If I still can’t find it in January, I’ll order them from Jasmines, but until then, I’ll keep looking.

Post # 10
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327 posts
Helper bee

they depends, they might be cheaper as replica. some bought replicas because they are looking for a specific colour or a specific design

Post # 12
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655 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

You mentioned 2 things in your original post:

1. You want your bridesmaids to choose their own dresses

2. You want the dresses to be less than the $100-$150 you’ve been looking at in bricks and mortar stores.

Like PPs have said, it all depends on why you want to go down the replica route.

If having different style bridesmaid dresses that match in colour and fabric is more important than price, then purchase from Jasmines. You will get great quality and beautiful dresses.

If pricing is more important and you’re happy with what you’ve seen in shops, then buying from a shop may be more ideal. However, I can’t really comment on the pricing of Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses from Jasmines as I’ve never enquired. Mrs.mods, hiheel and aussiemum, would you say that the bridesmaid dresses would be less than $150?

Post # 13
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315 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

@babecake:  Mine are running at $180 each in premium fabric and craftsmanship. OP you can see the pics on my thread listed above. 

My situation was a little different, in that none of the physical stores I went to here to look at bridesmaid dresses had the styles I wanted, (Thankyou, Darwin) let alone anything LIKE the quality and finish of a Jasmines dress.  
To buy the original BM dress online sight unseen they were charging $320 per dress. So to get my replicas at $180 – I was happy.

If you are finding dresses that fit your expectations and price bracket in store, buy them that way and save yourself the nailbiting we all do the first time we have a dress made with Jasmines. I’ve received one wedding dress, and am awaiting another three dresses plus a veil, and after seeing my first wedding dress – I have total faith in James and nice long nails again! Ha ha

If you’re still undecided, it might be worth an email to James at Jasmines, just to get an approximation of price?

Post # 15
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963 posts
Busy bee

@Purple_Bride:  Have a look on their website.  Most of the cocktail dresses are suitable for Bridesmaid dresses and the price is listed.  The other thing to remember is the shipping costs.  If they all order from Jasmine’s they can split the shipping cost.

 

 

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