Wedding-Dress Accessories and Alterations at The Wedding Dresser (Up to 56% Off). Two Options Available.

Brooklyn

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In a Nutshell

Customize bridal gowns with alterations, bespoke crystal accessories, and vintage-inspired wraps

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 21st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. $49 option can be used toward: wedding dress alterations, gown cleaning and preservation, bridal accessories, bridal workshops, bridal attendant service, and gown recycling. $89 option not valid for green organic cleaning and preservation, ladies accessories, men's custom tie sets, shirts, and vests, or for the "how to buy a wedding dress" workshop. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $49 for $100 worth of any of the following services:

    • Bridal accessories
    • Grooms' furnishings
    • Wedding-dress alterations
    • Gown recycling service
    • Bridal shopping workshop
    • Bridal attendant service

  • $89 for $200 worth of any of the following services:

    • Wedding-dress alterations
    • Vintage gown restyling
    • Bridal-attendant service
    • Gown recycling for any dress

Wedding accessories such as headbands, belts, wraps, jackets, and men’s furnishings range from $150–$900. Custom jackets begin at $200 plus the cost of fabric. The shop also offers a range of services such as wedding-gown cleaning and preservation ($245), alterations ($350–$650), restyling or refurbishing of vintage gowns ($450–$750), gown recycling, which includes dyeing and restyling a gown after the wedding, and wedding-day dressers, which can include dressing the bride and bridal party, steaming gowns, and fluffing and arranging gowns ahead of and during photos (starts at $350).

The Wedding Dresser

Susan Ruddie noticed a trend. More women were buying wedding gowns at shops that didn’t offer alteration services. The experienced costume designer decided to assume the role of bridal specialist with a team of designers, milliners, pattern makers, and tailors. Within her studio, the talented team styles bridal looks by altering and re-styling gowns and matching accessories, veils, and wraps. They even help out after the big day by transforming formal wedding gowns into flirty ensembles you really would wear again.

Ruddie’s hats and accessories have appeared in runway shows for Marc Jacobs and Isaac Mizrahi, as well as graced the pages of multiple publications, including The Knot.

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