(Closed) twobirds bridesmaid dresses?

posted 9 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
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79 posts
Worker bee

Hi, I’ve never actually seen a price for the twobirds bridesmaid dresses but I have the same basic dress from butter by nadia (I think she may have started the trend but I’m not sure)  and I know her styles are around $250.  I have one myself and the two things I would be cautious about for bridesmaids are the fact that a lot of the options are either pretty low cut in the front or rather revealing in the back so they’re pretty hard to wear even a strapless bra with.  There’s only one style I’ll wrap it in around my grandma… On the other hand assuming the two dresses are similar, it’s a fantastic dress to own.  If you make it yourself, I would try to find a fabric that has a little bit fo stretch to it if you can.  Good luck!

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I actually bought a two birds dress for my rehersal dinner… for the short lenght one it cost me 375 (canadian!) including shipping… may be a bit much for your bridesmaids, however since you can wear it so many ways they should definately reuse them!

Also just a note that the designer seems super nice and pretty flexible… don’t know if they are open to ‘volume’ discounts or not! 

I also plan on bringing mine on our honeymoon as our resort restorants are ‘dressy’ and I really love the dress!

Anyway don’t know if that helps you at all!

Post # 6
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34 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2011

$270 for the short one

Post # 8
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Buzzing bee

Yeah, someone else posted that when I originally posted the question (I’m the former CP, lol) on a different website. 

I decided on LBDs. So much easier! And cheaper… $270?! Whoa!

For anyone else still considering this dress, perhaps try the Victoria’s Secret one. Thanks though Peachblossom!

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Got a sample form twobirdsbridemaid and it was HORRIBLE!! The material would catch on anything, and it was NOT that easy to tie all those designs.  My Bridesmaid or Best Man that tried it on said they didn’t feel the dress was secure and that it was going to come loose.. no matter how tight we tied it!! There was no structure to it and for $270+ it was NOT NOT worth it.

 

I ended up finding a dress maker that is custom making the dresses, adding boning, swavorski crystals, and still they are about to tie it how ever they want, but this time its starts from where bra underwire is and up.  You don’t have to worry about covering the seam on the dress around the stomach area.  Plus, it had boning so its very secure and fits the girls perfectly (she is making them based on their measurements) and its only costing $200 and for MUCH better material!!!

Post # 10
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: October 2010

We used two birds dresses and my bridesmaids LOVED them.  Everyone got a different length and wore them differently.  The girls in my party were of various sizes – from an 11 year old (who wore an adult) to a bridesmaid who just had a baby – no one complained.

 

I also got a black one for myself 🙂  Definitely opt for the bandeau.  All my girls did.

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