Custom Bridal

Romantic, dramatic, unconventional bridal attire

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β€œLaughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face.” Victor Hugo . . . Reposted from @kismet.studio – Hopefully he's telling her this is the last time she'll see snow for a long time! I know that would make me smile 😁 @jules_does_hair absolutely slayed this updo, and this photoshoot was absolutely perfect!!! Thanks so much for having us πŸ‘‘β€οΈπŸ‘‘ . . . Photo: @brocandalexaphotography Planner/Concept: @Chettaratphotography Venue: @thewarmemorial Table Styling/DΓ©cor: @pineappleunion Florals: @mdawnfloral Cake/Desserts/Fate Skirts: @thedulceexperience Stationery: @morheartstudio Hades & Persephone: @tonya_g_davis Fates/Flower Girls: @Susannahgriggstattoo , @jaleyahjj_ , @olivialynn1207 Cerberus/Ring Bearer: @carterlgraham Custom Dress: @curvycustombride Groom Attire: @theblacktux Crystal Crown: @judyandmadeleine Jewelry: @emmaelizabethjewelry Hair: @kismet.studio Hair of @jaleyahjj_ : @braidsbycharm Makeup: @jasonvbeauty Furniture: @purpleribbonrentals Video: @gahbryl #Chettaratphotography #GreekMyth #Thedulceexperience #KismetCulture #emmaelizabethjewelry #confidentedgyunique #kismetstudio #kismetculture #kismetqueens #Farmington #Detroit #Michigan #artstudio #hairstudio #art #inspiration #collective #experience #acceptance #equality #supportlocalartists #localart #smallbusiness #femaleentreprenuer #bossbabe #Inclusion #love #family

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Having a custom gown designed just for YOU is the experience of a lifetime!

The design consultation, your first time in my studio, is a dialogue. We’ll look through your likes/dislikes, talk fabric and color, until I get a sense for what to design for you. This design is not a copy of anything else. You will be wearing a unique piece that fits your body, your venue, and your theme.

Once you accept the design, I start making your mock-up. This is the stage where I work on building your gown from the ground up, focusing on fitting your body, and showing you a glimpse of what the final gown will look like.

After this mock-up fitting, the fabric is cut and construction begins. A fitting is done in the fabric, and then the process of finishing your gown begins.

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I grew up in Cali, Colombia (South America), barely 4 degrees north of the equator, in a lush, warm and humid world, with no seasons. Being that close to the equator also meant that sunrise and sunset were at 6am and 6pm all year round. I didn't know Spring until I was 15 (when we came to live in the United States). Now, years later, I latch on to the first signs of Spring, and celebrate every new blossom! Happy Spring!! Reposted from @carolyngolabowski – Chasing my day dreamβœ¨πŸŒΏπŸ’–πŸ™‡πŸ»β€β™€οΈ 🌸: @ablossomcollective πŸ‘—: @curvycustombride πŸ“·: @indywedding2nd 🏒: @bash.828 πŸ’„: @faceandstylebylizzy πŸ’ƒπŸΌ: @yungvivi #rocknrollbride #ssaa #styledshootsacrossamerica #intrigueacrossamerica #styledshoot #bash #ablossomcollective #ruffledblog #underthefloralspell #flowerchild #bridetobe #indianapolisbride #indianapolis #custombridal #bridalwear #bridalseparates #posh #issalook #werk #protea #tropicals #bridalbouquet #bouquetinspo #floralinspiration #flowerstagram – #regrann

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The process takes between 3-6 months, including fabric sourcing, buying and looking at swatches, as well as the construction and finishing.

If you want a luxury experience, a unique design, and the perfect fit, contact Curvy Custom Bride for your first consultation.

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