- 5 years ago
- Wedding: August 2015
Hi, this is my first post on the boards but I got so much great information and inspiration on the weddingbee boards and I’d like to say thank you to everyone. In fact I chose to go with Jasmine’s Bridal because of many reviews I saw on here. I bought two dresses from them. 1) A red Zac Posen-inspired reception dress and 2) A white Lela Rose the Farm-inspired wedding dress. Here’s my review:
Pros: The quality of the dresses you get for the price you pay is unbelievable.
Cons: The customer service contact does not respond quickly, and it can be a long process. For example, I have 83 emails in correspondence with the person I contacted. I would suggest that anyone else who wants to use this service place their order around 6 months before your wedding. Some mistakes may happen along the way. For example, 1) my white dress was made in bleach white rather than off-white. They fixed this but the off-white dress I received had no boning in the bodice. It was fine, I just wore an underbust corset with the dress. 2) They also shipped someone else’s dress to me by accident. Their courier later contacted me and picked it up to deliver that dressto the customer who ordered it.
Overall: If you’re in love with a gorgeous designer dress but don’t want to pay thousands of dollars, Jasmine’s Bridal is the way to go but ONLY if you plan far in advance (I suggest 6 months) and are mentally prepared to deal with the fact that you will wait 3-4 days to get a response to each of your emails and some mistakes may be made. The delivery date they initially promised you will likely be pushed back. For this reaason you should not have the expected delivery date be anywhere near your actual wedding date.
My Zac Posen inspired red gown with slight modifications to the original design:
The actual Zac Posen dress pictures that I sent Jasmine’s Bridal:
My Lela Rose the Farm dress (I don’t have official pictures back yet , these are just camera phone pictures):
The Lela Rose the Farm dress pictures that I sent to Jasmine’s Bridal: