Before designing your own dress, please try to visit the bridal boutiques to get an idea what shape, style or fabrics you like. We can provide fabric samples. Visiting a bridal boutique will also give you a feel of how the dress will fit with your body image. If you are able, come and visit us and we are more than happy to help. Feel free to make an appointment.

If there is a design you have in mind, but cannot find on the online guide, please send us an image and we will endeavour to create it with our design team.

Keep in mind heel height and measure with either the shoes you will be wearing on your wedding day, or similar height, as dresses can be taken up, but not down.

Wedding Dresses for Plus-Size Body Types

Asymmetrical pleating and neckline-to-knee embellishments make this curve-hugging gown more slimming. A lace illusion neckline is equal parts daring and demure, and it’s an especially slimming look when paired with a cummerbund-style waistline. A dark coloured sash is a simple way to make your middle look trim. Intricate silver embroidery adds infinite allure but not a bit of bulk to a simple silhouette.

A scoop neckline shows off your voluptuous shape and lets you avoid a strapless bra.

A basque waistline enhances an hourglass figure. This modern, less severe interpretation gets it right.

Wedding Dresses for Busty Body Types

If you’re a busty bride, you’ve got two choices: reveal or conceal. Either way, finding the right gown starts with pinpointing the perfect.

Strapless gowns can be tough for brides with a larger bust, but the straight-across version actually minimizes your assets. If you’re set on a sweetheart neckline, try one with straps and a full skirt to balance your busty from plunging V-necklines are typically too risqué for big-busted girls, but this more subtle dip gets it right illusion “skin-baring” details are a big-busted girls bestie. The sheer scoop neckline is every bit ethereal.