Designer Wedding Dresses and Plus Size Bridal Gowns
All of our garments can be made in any measurements, color, fabric and with any changes to the design.
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Our simple yet elegant custom bridal dresses can be purchased by appointment as well as quite easily via mail order. Each can be customized to an individual clients personal taste or preferences.
All styles like one shoulder, sweetheat, al-line and strapless dresses are represented. We can do a strapless sheath style or a halter mermaid fitted skirt with long sleeves. The bodice can be dropped waist but also have a full ball gown skirt with train at any length you prefer.
This are up scale garments from Frisco Texas to retailers distributors wholesale or retail to individuals in countless popular America cities that are needing beaded or embellished informal wedding gown attire.
Dress Designer also ships our made to measure petite & plus size bridal gowns.
Some of the states we sell to the most are California, Florida, new jersey and Maryland/DC area. We also have many clients from the New York City NYC, and Pennsylvania areas of the country. And since we are based in Texas we of course have many clients from the houston, austin, san antonio and dallas texas. We are not sure why these states purchasing from us more but consistently over the years those have been the more popular states. We would love to see more of our designs move out into states like Hawaii, Illinois, West Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, Michigan, Massachusetts, Colorado, Connecticut. Some of the southern states like Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Arkansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Kansas may not have nearly as many functions to attend but they still get married and may need special occasion formal mother of the bride dresses. Washington state and Arizona on the west coast rank in the middle as far as clients who have purchased from us.
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