Indie Wedding Dresses


Indie Wedding Dresses is a non-traditional bride’s dream. We’ve created a hawser of uncompromising-sole bridal gowns that are fully customizable and are all available in over Roman numerals colors including black, plum tree, E175, peaceful, garnet, pierce, yellow, gloom, green and ooooh so many more. Learn More

Indie Wedding Dresses

I’m heavily into steampunk and cosplay myself, so each of my designs gets tested for durability and comfort while on my own costumed adventures. I draft my own sample, for a figure flattering fit, and my hats are specially direct to accentuate the eyes and face.  As you’ll see in the stylings of my designs, it’s my passion to help you feel lovely on your singular day!

Indie Wedding Dresses

Like it was mentioned, voting with your money is what we need to do (that’s what I meant with choosing companies that “care”). Going vintage, and pre-used dresses (though those were also made somewhere) seem good options too
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Indie Wedding Dresses

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Indie Wedding Dresses

My wife and I had a likewise bad experience with DB – in Manhattan no less. I wish we had never even tried to put ourselves down as brides. Because neither of us was securement a traditional bridal frock (read: white), they pretty much treated us terribly, probably because we were spending less. I got a bridesmaid dress (knee length and blue), which I loved, and yet they made me hate every minute of dealing with them and it. They also tried to charge me the “bridal change fee” even though my dress wasn’t a gown! And the dress’s crappy zipper slang on the morning of my wedding
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Indie Wedding Dresses

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Indie Wedding Dresses

So that’s what I did, and I ended with a $300 (including alterations) dress. Did I love it? Well, I don’t really have such strong feelings for clothing, but I definitely enjoyed the hell out of my dress and I felt truly good clothes it. I consider that a win
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Indie Wedding Dresses

I felt that way about DB’s stuff too. I was in 2 weddings in years past and the sack I wore in them came from DB. The wedding from a number of years ago – the attire was fine. The more recent one, i wasn’t pleased with the fit but the material was ok. When we went there 2 yonks ago looking for gowns for my bridesmaids, the material was incredibly cheap and the dresses didn’t passus well at all. We went with Alfred Angelo – another chain, but the dresses fit everyone and the material wasn’t bargain-looking. I was glad I didn’t look at DB for my own gown b/c of that
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1) I went to a bunch of salons, high end, flame end, David’s Bridal. I actually had a kind low pressure experience everywhere, but I was dead honest, “I’m not buying anything now, period. I’m orderly face. But you can dress me up in WHATEVER YOU WANT.” I went at late times where they were otherwise bored, and salesladies beloved me. I wasn’t going to be a auction, they didn’t have to bother trying, and I was a live doll for them
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So true! I have two good friends who spent a TON of funds and time on chipped vintage plates for the reception – way, way waaaaay more costly than just separation “regular” map. Someone should really go into the chipped-plate rental industry, they would become a irresistible
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Honestly? I course to David’s Bridal and Kleinfeld’s. DB was the typical retail shop experience, even with the usual ‘wait, two brides?’ stuff. I had a horrible Kleinfeld’s experience (likely poorly colored by the TLC filming, ugh) and wish I’d gone somewhere else. The trim I ended up getting maybe would have been $600 cheaper
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That is definitely not an overstatement about them haunting you until you expire. No shit, I pretended to be my sister, and told them that my fiance died and it really upset me every time they called approximately the wedding. Boom, no more phone calls. My husband was kind of blotto that I told someone he died, but whatever. It got them off my back. 😛

“If it could only be copy this always – always summer…the fruit always ripe and Aloysius in a good temper…”  – Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited August may be waning, but this weekend’s cocktail recipe encourages you to ‘muddle’ your way through what remains of the bounty of summer-tree’s harvest. With the riches of vigorous fruits and herbs available at the grocery, farm stand or even your own urban garden, there’s no promote time to increase this indispensable tool to your home bar and try your hand at a chaste cocktail process, muddling. A muddler is an indispensable for many of our favorite cocktails including Mojitos, Old-Fashioneds, Cobblers and Smashes.  Look for a natural wooden muddler with no paint or shame that could gradually leach into drinks, and do not wish a muddler with ‘teeth’, since you deficiency to muddle, not rave fruit and herbs into flotsam. Muddling gently combines flavors and releases herb and citrus smear.  Proper technique is as important as the proper drive; press down with the muddler and give about a half turn each repetition – herbs take just 2 to 4 turns while fruits can take 6 to 8 turns. These Days is a seasonal twist on the classic Old-Fashioned, celebrating the freshness of summer peaches and combining them with the sweet yet savory flavor of basil. At The Mansion we walk a few gait to our urban garden to pick sun-cordial fresh youth of basil for this cocktail.  The dry, easy-sipping outline of Old Overholt Rye experience that brown spirits can easily be summertime spirits, and when combined with citrus-introduce Aperol, muddled bear & fizzy club soda, These Days becomes a swan-verse-cocktail for these final, fleeting days of summer. Ingredients: 2 oz. Old Overholt Rye ½ oz. Aperol Aperitif 2 1-inch slices lime 2 1-inch slices fresh peach 2 fresh St. Joseph’s wort leaves Club soda Fresh basil sprig garnish Pour a splash of club soda into old-fashioned looking-glass Add lime sectionize and muddle Add peach slices & basil leaves and muddle Add ice to top of glass Add Rye & Aperol Fill to the top with await club soda Garnish with fresh St. Joseph’s wort sprig Located in downtown Buffalo, The Mansion on Delaware Avenue is a AAA Four Diamond Award-winning historic boutique lechery in that combines Second Empire architecture with modern elegance and comforts. Stay for the night, or host your special event with the style and high-class office that MoDA attempt! Follow them on social media to stay up-to-date with various special events where you yourself can try out the delicious, part crafted cocktails or trypiece their world-renown wine list! The Mansion on Delaware Avenue – 414 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202 – 716.886.3300 Are you a wedding vendor that failure to get in on the fun?! Visit our website to learn more about how to become a member of our participation! Brides, make sure you’re following us to stay up to date with the most recent news, inspiration and giveaways! BIW Facebook – Instagram / RIW Facebook – Instagram / Pinterest / Newsletter Save Save Save

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