Post # 47
@punchy: The graphic dresigner suggestion is a good idea!! After I saw the fact that they accepted photoshopped pictures, I was thinking that I need to go to fiverr.com to find someone who would do it for $5.00 . If they offered it, that would be more business their way.
Post # 48
I bummed, I wont lie. I was hoping to get a James Clifford dress with a slightly different neckline. *sigh* It is what it is I suppose and I can understand that they no longer want to do custum orders. It does slow down the prccess.
However, I think mid production photos are a MUST. I have seen girls post pics on here asking if their dresses should be tweaked in any way and we can see that things aren’t the way they always should be. Would that change when things came closer to the end? I dunno. But I think mid production photos are a must.
Post # 49
@tiff-tiff-tiff: it’d also mean they’d know ahead of time if what they’re dealing with is practical/doable. Win win 🙂 I guess there’d still be picky customers, but it might make things a bit easier. I think if Jasmines didn’t offer it, someone else would. $5 is extremely cheap, I’m always a little disappointed to see people selling themselves short like that, but that’s a great deal if you can get it.
Post # 50
@punchy: Everything on that website starts at $5. They specify how the price goes up from there e.g. 2 revisions = another $5 etc. I love it because a lot is offered at $5 even a school report.
Post # 51
Thanks for the understanding and support, guys. Wow, didn’t expect to get so many messages. Yes, we always want to please our customers, and sometimes we went too far when there is too much demand for our services, then unfortunately we have to cut back on our service scope. It would also allow us to hire more local people willing to work our orders ：)
So yeah, the photoshop idea is great, whoever is good/willing to do it can send us their contact details, and we can refer customers there to get the dress images done, then we will work off the modified images 🙂 It would be a win-win-win 😉
Post # 52
Hi Bees, I hope you don’t mind me resurrecting this thread to ask a question. Hopefully someone else can benefit from it too!
@JasminesBridal: I know you no longer do customisation and I completely understand your reasons. However, would you consider making a tea-length dress from your website a floor-lengh one a customisation? I’m completely in love with a dress from your website and would change nothing about it except the length. Since I’m short (5’2″ barefoot and 5’5″ in heels), I figure it would be exactly the same for you as if you were making a tea-length dress for a tall person. If I do my hollow-to-hem measurement in a way that the dress would touch the floor, would that be acceptable for you?
I’m not quite ready to purchase a dress yet but am currently shopping for a dress maker (we’re planning on a short engagement). Jasmine’s Bridal really stood out with great reviews so it would be lovely to know I can just go ahead and order my dream dress when the time comes.
Post # 53
@MsMeow: I think that you may need to contact Jasmine’s Bridal directly since their WeddingBee accounts have been disabled,
Post # 54
@Miss Circe: Thank you! I had no idea, that’s very useful info.