Yes, we do! Because all final gowns are custom made to order, we are able to offer sizes beyond the standard size chart. Currently we can make all final gowns from 0 to 24. Text (310) 596-1612 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any sizing questions!
We got this one. Standard shipping on your final gown is free within the contiguous United States. Consider it “extra champagne budget” or “pick chicken/fish for 1.” Put it towards your Manolos. You do you.
Need rush shipping? Or require international shipping? Or shipping to Hawaii/Alaska/Puerto Rico? Select these options at checkout to calculate the shipping rates.
Around 10-15 weeks, ~3 months. Why the wait? Our gowns are always custom made to your specifications (aka never, ever off-the-rack) and our artisans need time to craft up your creation. Traditional bridal boutiques usually require a 6-9 month lead time to deliver your dress. We cut that in half by selling direct to you - and by employing some pretty savvy supply chain practices, if we do say so ourselves (but we won't bore you with those details).
Elopements happen. So do shotgun weddings (are they still calling them that?). If you find yourself strapped for time, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do: (310) 596-1612 or email@example.com.
All of our gowns are made to order, which means we can offer customization options at checkout - just like at fancy schmancy boutiques (except without the sales pitch). Want anything different or have something else in mind? Just ask us! Our dressmakers will work with you to make it happen.
Each style offers some standard customizations that we think are well suited to each silhouette. Think: train length, sleeve length, monogramming (!). Looking for something different, that isn't offered? Get in touch!
We also strive to keep customization prices very reasonable. We simply charge the cost of the pattern change, additional fabric, sewing labor, etc - and steer clear of those exorbitant bridal alterations markups. (We once paid $800 to get a wedding dress hemmed - true story!)
We didn’t know this until we tried on our own wedding dresses, but “Bridal Sizing” is a strange sizing convention that is usually two sizes off from standard sizing - and in the wrong direction might we add! A “Bridal” 12 is actually closer to a size 8 or 10 in standard sizing (what?!). We don’t know why this wedding industry concept persists, but our dresses are sized standard comparable to contemporary lines because that just makes sense! So order the size you normally buy in regular clothing.
Unlike at a brick-and-mortar bridal boutique, we’re not going to tell you to order a size (or two!) up off the bat just to have the dress tailored down. You may end up needing alterations (many brides do, especially as the wedding draws near, we’ve seen brides go through major size fluctuations in the weeks before the big day), but we want your dress to start as close to size as possible. If you’re a true 4 order a 4. If you’re between measured sizes, always order up. It’s as simple as that.
See our size chart on each gown's customization page to compare against your measurements. In between sizes? Order the size of your largest measurement (i.e. if you're a size 4 in the bust, but size 6 in the waist, order the size 6). If you ordered your Bride Box, we included a tape measure so you can measure yourself to a tee.
Dazed and confused? Text us at (310) 596-1612 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to talk it through and suggest a size!
Every body is different and your dress may need some tweaking in alterations to fit you like a glove. And, even if your dress fits perfectly out of the box (lucky you!), we’ve also seen many brides’ sizes fluctuate as it gets closer to the big day. We recommend getting in touch with an experienced bridal seamstress* in your area to check availability to ensure your perfect dress also fits you perfectly. Text (310) 596-1612 or email us at email@example.com if you are looking for guidance picking a seamstress near you.
*Loved your seamstress? Drop us a note so we can help make recommendations to future brides!
All of our gowns are designed thoughtfully with the requirements of different body types in mind. And construction details such as center back zippers and deep whip-stitched hems are designed to be alterations friendly.
We also offer some fit customizations to make alterations easier: lowering waistlines for taller brides, offering longer hem lengths for taller brides, or raising necklines or backs for additional modesty or coverage. Should you require more room in the bust or shoulders, we recommending sizing up. Your personal Floravere stylist is happy to talk through your specific needs and recommend the best customizations for your body type.
Yikes! We inspect all merchandise before shipment to ensure the right item is sent with no defects. Upon receipt of your items please inspect it immediately and contact us with any issues at: (310) 596-1612 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know within 7 days of receipt for any defective items.
Unfortunately, since all Floravere gowns are custom-made to order, final gowns, once purchased, cannot be returned. If you need to make any changes to your order, email us ASAP so we can modify or cancel your order before our artisans get to work. If your final gown arrives with any issues (damaged or not what you ordered) get in touch with us ASAP so we can to make it right: (310) 596-1612 or email@example.com.