(Closed) Seattle – A Bride To Remember

posted 6 years ago in Seattle
Post # 3
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212 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

It’s dependent on your designer. Who did you go with? My dress is a Maggie Sottero and I ordered it in September and got it in December.

Post # 4
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: March 2013

I actually had the same scary thought when I first purchased my dress back in September and I had paid in full w/o a deposit!  Her inventory and store may be small, but Renee is legit and so is her dress buying skills.  

I had trusted her originally because she had helped my friend purchase her wedding dress.  I saw the care and thought she put into the dress details and I decided to ask Renee for a dress appointment.  After 2 dresses, I had to hold back my tears, it was perfect.  Her inventory may be small, but it’s only because she’s already filtered out the bad dresses.

Now because Renee’s the store owner and does EVERYTHING, she was a little hard to get a hold of.  Dress manufacturers have very long timelines that are not very accurate– 6-8 months is kind of a broad range.   Renee understands this about manufacturers, so I would recommend you to keep calling Renee and let her know your order number and need-by date instead of asking for a timeline.  

I was in a panick when my dress was coming in, it was cutting it close, but she tried everything to make sure the dress flew in on time and picked up the dress herself.  She was ready by that evening to let me try it on.  I do recommend bringing a friend or two for the trying as she will give them tidbits of very helpful information to remember for the big day!!  Don’t forget shoes!

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