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How Much Will Bridal Alterations Cost You?

How Much Will Bridal Alterations Cost You?

Eve’s Kissimmee Bridal Alterations

How Much Will Bridal Alterations Cost You?

There is no definitive answer to the cost of wedding gown alterations. However, we have layed out some basic costs and explanations. If you know what may need to be done to your dress, Just click through the different dress parts and get an idea of what it may cost you. Also, here are some important things to consider:

1. Cheaper isn’t always better. If the cost sounds too good to be true, it is.

2. Beading and Lace will always cost more.

3. There is no good way to get a good price quote over the phone. Make an appointment and go in to visit the seamstress. Not all bridal seamstresses are created equal.

4. Our prices don’t change part way through the process.

General Costs of Bridal Alterations

The hem (the bottom) $75-$350

The sides $30-$200

The bustle $25-$95

The cups $15-$40

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Prom Dress & Evening Gown Alterations

Prom Dress & Evening Gown Alterations Seamstress

Look Stunning in any gown Eve’s Alterations

Even the best-designed dresses and apparel need some adjustments. Our experts fit and sew your garment as if it were made just for you. Eve’s Alterations will help make the most of your formal occasion be it Prom Dress or evening gown, just bring your formal dress or attire in for a fitting and leave the rest to us.

Alterations We Do:

  • Wedding Gown Alterations
  • Prom Dress and Homecoming Alterations
  • Quince Dress Alterations
  • Cocktail Dress Alterations
  • Formal Evening Gown Alterations
  • And Much More…
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Shopping For A Wedding Dress? 8 Tips

Shopping For A Wedding Dress

Shopping For A Wedding Dress? 8 Tips


Shopping For A Wedding Dress? 8 Tips

For some brides-to-be, Shopping For A wedding dress can be thrilling, while—for others—it’s an nightmare. Regardless shopping for a dress is inevitable. To help make the arduous (and often dramatically overblown) process easier, we’ve compiled 8 wedding dress shopping tips that every bride should know.

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1. EAT first.
A grumpy, angry bride isn’t cute, so make sure you eat before you shop. No time? Bring nuts or fruit with you. It might sound silly, but being cranky can weigh on your patience—and might cause an “ugh” reaction to everything you try on.

2. Do yourself up a little.
While you don’t need to go full-out with beauty when trying on dresses (ahem, foundation stains), it pays to arrive at the store with your toned-down hair and makeup (as opposed to a rolled-out-of-bed topknot and blotchy skin.) It’ll give you a much better picture of how the dress will look when all the moving parts come together. Plus, having a good hair-and-skin day can boost your confidence, likely making you more amenable to looking in the mirror all day long.

3. Shoe structure is key.
Already have the shoes you’re wearing to your wedding? Great, bring ’em along. If you don’t, it’s key to bring footwear you know will be similar, both in heel height and in silhouette. Various shoe structures can dramatically alter the way clothing falls, especially hems.

For example, a sleek stiletto with a low vamp and a super-skinny kitten heel will make the hem of a gown lay quite differently than a shoe with a thick ankle strap and a huge platform, or a shoe that’s adorned with embellishments or hardware.

4. Wear—or bring—the right undergarments.
Without wearing proper undergarments to try on wedding dresses, the trip can pretty much be considered a waste. After all, there’s not a woman alive who hasn’t experienced the transformative powers of the right shapewear or bra.

If you’re going shopping without a clear-cut picture of what type of dress you’d like, bring a few different options, such as a strapless bra, a push-up bra, a thong, and various pieces of suck-it-in shapewear.

5. Know your price range.
It’s easy to get sucked into a vortex of over-the-top expensive wedding dresses (hello, you’re wearing it once), which is why it pays to start shopping with a budget—or at least a price range—firmly in place. Don’t forget to factor in extra, such as alterations, shoes, veils, and accessories. That said, it’s best not to even try on gowns outside of your price range when you’re shopping for fear that you’ll fall madly in love with a gazillion-dollar gown only be be let down by every other dress you try.

6. Adhere to your own dress code.
We’ve been to too many weddings where, surprisingly, it’s the bride that looks totally out of place—not any of the guests. Psyched for your exotic destination beach wedding, but dying to wear a princess-style ball gown? Not gonna work! Tying the knot in a fancy big-city hotel on a Saturday night? Skip the easy-breezy white sundress and bare feet. Trust us: Wearing something that compliments the setting and the background of your venue will look stylish—and timeless in photos.

7. Skip the entourage.
Indeed, we’re aware that many brides consider dress shopping the ultimate time to bond with their mothers, sisters, aunts, grandmothers, stepmoms, BFFs, college roommates, neighbors, colleagues, second cousins, gay BFFs, and mother-in-laws, but it comes down to this: Too many cooks in the kitchen will absolutely muck up the experience.

Between differing tastes, generations, opinions, and levels of knowledge about your personal style, you’ll only end up confused and in desperate need of some Advil (or a couple of stiff martinis.) Plus, the decision is—when it comes down to it—nobody’s to make but yours. Instead, we suggest bringing one or two people who know you and your style well, and who are calm, honest, and modern.

8. Have an open mind.
Yes, it’s important to know your own style—and not compromise—but you might be surprised how good you look and feel in a style, cut, or length you normally wouldn’t have expected. Likewise, dress styles you filled your Pinterest boards with might look terribly unflattering IRL, so there’s nothing to lose by trying on as many dresses as you can.

Eve’s Alterations
Phone: 407-501-3603
4636 W Irlo Bronson Memorial hwy Suite K
Kissimmee, FL 34746

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Tip Of The Day (Wedding dress alterations)

Wedding Dress Alterations

Kissimmee Wedding Dress Alterations

Wedding Dress Alterations Kissimmee

If you are not the same size all over, keep in mind that it is usually easier to take in a garment than it is to let it out. I myself am top-heavy, so I speak from experience on this. It’s almost always easiest (and least costly) to buy the size that best fits the largest part of your body and take in the dress wherever it is too big.

Eve’s Alterations
Phone: 407-501-3603
4636 W Irlo Bronson Memorial hwy Suite K
Kissimmee, FL 34746

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Wedding Gown Alterations

Wedding Gown

Kissimmee wedding gown Alterations

wedding gown Alterations Kissimmee

Whether your wedding gown is plain or has intricate lace, beads or any other type of embellishment we have the high level expertise to not only alter your dress to perfection but to re-style it in ways you thought were not possible. For example, changing the neckline, adding sleeves, reshaping the train, adding lace and embellishment. We will work with you closely to listen and understand your needs. Our vision is to ensure that when you walk down the aisle in your wedding dress you will feel the most confident you have ever felt in your life. You will gain this confidence by knowing that you look incredible from every angle. Whether you have purchased your wedding gown from a department store, a bridal boutique, inherited it or have decided to wear a vintage dress and need it re-styled, re-sized or re-modelled, we can help.

Eve’s Alterations
Phone: 407-501-3603
4636 W Irlo Bronson Memorial hwy Suite K
Kissimmee, FL 34746

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Alterations for the Pregnant Bridesmaid & Bride

At Eve’s Alterations, we have worked with dozens of pregnant brides and have figured out a system to ensure a perfect fit for your formal attire! Here are a few things you should know before coming in:

1. We’ll make your dress bigger. Depending on how your dress is made and how far along you are in your pregnancy, we can either use the extra fabric in the seams to get a few more inches out of

Kissimmee Alterations

Pregnant Bride or Bridesmaid Dress Alterations, get the perfect fit. We can make the dress bigger.

your dress or use extra fabric (either store-bought, factory-ordered, or taken from a matching sash) to add unnoticeable panels to expand the seams.

2. The timeline is important. Because your body is constantly changing during pregnancy, you’ll want to schedule fittings for dates as close to the event as you’re comfortable with…we recommend no earlier than a month before the event for a first bridal fitting and as little as a week or a few days before the event for a final fitting especially for bridesmaid dresses, which can typically be finished in a couple days. Contact us as soon as you have the event date.

3. We do this all the time, although each woman is unique and each scenario special, when it comes to alterations we are experts at dealing with anything unexpected.

Contact us today with any questions or to set up a free consultation! Call Eve’s Alterations at 321-337-6840 or email us at

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