…about booking your Bridal Alterations Appointment
The busiest season in the beautiful world of bridal is upon us, and this reminds us to remind you brides- to – be the importance of being earnest…. That is about your bridal alterations appointment! Being a bride, by nature is a novel experience, so it comes as no shock to us that most brides have no idea how much time, preparation, and planning to really expect. The wedding dress alterations process is no exception, so this month we are going to paint a picture to really help brides prepare for their big day!
Timing is Everything
As you may have experienced when shopping for a venue, or booking your elite wedding photographer, timing is everything! The sooner you get on the books with the top Denver Wedding Seamstress: Donna Beth Creations, the better, as we tend to reach max capacity during these very crucial months approaching wedding season. In many cases setting your appointment when you select your gown is a great practice- too many brides make the mistake of WAITING until they actually receive their gowns (special orders) which can put them behind the ball. Contact Us at anytime for booking advice, we are happy to help you navigate and make the best choice for your unique situation.
You are Making a Reservation
Booking ahead of time reserves your space on the books and gives your follow-up appointment priority. You can count on the security of your space and your gown, a comfort many brides find great solace in!
As a result of the global health crisis, many designers are experiencing delays. These delays have made it more pressing than ever to book ahead. If your gown is expected to arrive in April, but you do not receive it until May, regardless of your first appointment booking date, your alterations time will already be reserved in our books- crisis averted, we got you!
We hope that your wedding day is the most incredible experience of your life and are devoted to doing our part to ensure it is just that. Happy planning,and remember the importance of being earnest… about your wedding dress alterations!