(Closed) Quality of Jasmines bridal satin material

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


Why don’t you order fabric samples from Jasmine’s? That way you’re really sure that the quality of satin they use is to your standards.

I’ve also seen a few satin Jasmine’s bridal dresses posted on weddingbee and they’ve photographed well…

Post # 4
1480 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2015

From what I’ve heard, the biggest difference in fabrics in their “premium” and “designer” grades is organza. But I agree with PP about ordering fabric samples to get an idea of what they’re like.

Post # 5
543 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

i think the quality of their satin is pretty good, i went with the designer grade silk satin in diamond white for my dress. here she is (shes not done yet)

Post # 6
911 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013 - The Down Town Club, Philadelphia

I just got my fabric samples from Jasmines, so now I can chime in on this.

The designer grade satin (not silky) is great – it’s a great weight, and it’s matte, and it’s exactly what I was hoping for. I am using it for the bodice of my dress, and I am OCD about the boning showing thru the fabric. This satin is so thick, I don’t think it will happen.

The designer grade silky satin is a little thinner, and (obviously) has a sheen to it, but it still looks lovely. The sheen is almost like the surface of a pearl. 

The premium grade silky satin is the thinnest of the three, and it’s very shiny. Honestly, it looks a bit cheap to me. Just my opinion. 

I tried taking a photo of all three, but the iPhone doesn’t do them justice. They just looked like 3 squares of white! Tongue Out

I received my samples in just about a week. They sent me a total of 7 samples. 

The piece of mind of getting to handle the fabric was totally worth the $$. 

Post # 7
737 posts
Busy bee

@tracy820:  My daughter’s dress is designer grade satin in off white.  Not sure what it is called, but it is beautiful, holds the draping really well, feels great and looks rich. 

You can ask James which one it is.  Here is a picture, which has already been posted.

Post # 9
4 posts
  • Wedding: July 2013

@Aussiemum:  hi, im new to this site but i was following the comments about jasmine bridal and as far as i can see there are many nice comments 🙂 dresses i found to their page are beautiful, and this dress looks beautifuly done. so i am thinking also about ordering my wedding dress from them if they can do it but i don’t know how to contact them. I found them on fb Jasmine Yang https://www.facebook.com/JasmineBridalShop?fref=ts  but still didn’t reply to my friend request nor the message i left there, so do you know maybe how can i contact them, or any advices ? tnx so much 🙂

Post # 10
737 posts
Busy bee

@Bela-bee:  Hi and welcome to the Jasmine Club.  They are on holidays, in fact all of China is on holidays.  According to James, they will be back on 23 February.  But James is still around doing customer service.  He has a lot of inquiries at the moment but he will get back to you.  A couple of other ways to contact Jasmines is:

1. Private Message James through Weddingbee. 

2. Contact him via Jasmines email –

Email: [email protected]
                  Blog: http://www.JasminesBlogs.com
               Skype: JasminesTailorShop
         Facebook: http://www.JasminesBridalonFB.com
                 USA: 1-888-333-3929
            Canada: 1-866-2766-566
                    UK: 0808-234-9272
           Australia: 1-800-830-128
Other Countries: +86 180-1557-9080

Also post on the main Jasmines Bridal Shop post: 


There are a lot of Bees on there who would love to follow your dress journey and can also really help you.


Post # 11
4 posts
  • Wedding: July 2013

@Aussiemum:  Thank youuuu, so much 🙂

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