Monday, October 21, 2013

Stasia Bridal Gowns... 10% off!

Hey y'all! I've had some requests to share some ideas for modest wedding gowns, even though I'm not in that stage of life yet. I was recently made aware of a company which makes custom gowns for your special day and they specialize in gorgeous, modest styles. Check out their website: Stasia Modest Couture.

Their gowns are made in the USA 100% (love that) and they ship gowns all over the world.

On their website, they have a fun gown designer which allows you to choose the perfect bodice, skirt, sash, jacket, and/or sleeves to fit your style and budget. My 6 year old sister was looking over my shoulder as I played with it and she ended up sitting there for an hour playing "dress up". :)

 Stasiabridal.com is generously offering my readers 10% off their gowns until December 31, 2013. Use code FM10 at checkout! Aren't these gowns amazing?

Now I'm curious-- are any of you engaged??


20 comments :

  1. How wonderful!! Certainly keeping this for a *future* reference. :)
    ~Cassie

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  2. I am already married but this is also a great resource for those who want to renew their vows (like me). :)

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  3. This is great. i'm not engaged but I'll probably keep this company in mind for the future Lord willing!

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  4. My fiance and I just got engaged a little less than a month ago! It still feels so exciting to say 'fiance'! We won't be getting married for awhile still because we wanted plenty of time to just enjoy this time of our lives before the stress of any planning (we're both in college... so we have plenty of stress already), so not looking seriously at dresses yet, but thinking about what styles I may want- so the dress designing tool is awesome for that!
    -Shelby

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  5. I've been married 6 years. my gown cost about $150 + another $100 in alterations. The skirt had to be shortened, bodice taken in a size, sleeves lined, and neckline built up. Thankfully we had a fabulous seamstress!!

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  6. Those are SO pretty!!! :) And the best part is that they are so modest!!!! ;)

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  7. My sister just got engaged . . . perhaps I shall share this with her :)

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  8. I am a happily married lady of 5.5 years, but I have several young ladies at church who will be heading toward the aisle veeeeery soon, haha. I will absolutely pass this site (and blog ;) ) along to them! I wished I would have found something like this when I was looking for a dress. Alfred Angleo did a pretty good job altering a dress for me, but the alterations were nearly 1/2 the cost of the dress! Haha.

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  9. Oh, wow. The first one is absolutely gorgeous!

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  10. Of all the outfits that should be modest, a wedding gown is one of the most important! I hate to see wedding pictures where the dress is a strapless number with the bust popping out of the top, because this is worst time to wear that. Fortunately there are now many beautiful and modern-looking choices that keep a young lady more covered up on what should be a holy and beautiful day!

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  11. I am fourteen!! :) No getting married before December, for certain! :D

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  12. Pretty!!!!! Another place is Totally Modest. They have SOME awesome dresses! Here is the link.
    http://www.totallymodest.com/index.php

    Petra (No, I am not engaged...)

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  13. Lovely... I too am not yet in that stage of life, but it's great to see that there ARE modest options for wedding dresses out there! (and the gown designing tool is pretty fun to play around with;)
    --L

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  14. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Well, I have a long way to go to be engaged. LOL! Although I am sort've looking forward to it, as picking dresses is fun for me!

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  15. Wow! Thanks for bringing that company to my attention (even though I'm no where near getting married..) ;) Gown #2 in the pictures you shared, looks stunning!

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  16. I'm not in that stage yet. I LOVE the first gown. Is that company very expensive?Thanks for sharing!

    Elsie.

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  17. Thank you for sharing this.:) I will share it with others. I am not engaged, but it is great know where you can get a modest dress from.:)
    ~A

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  18. Wedding is such a very special moments in everyone life. Thanks for shearing information about Design Your Own Wedding Dress Online

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  19. To answer some of the questions that have been asked...

    1) The gowns are all made in the U.S. (Chicago , IL to be exact)>

    2) Each gown takes about 4-6 weeks to make beginning to end. This makes it an ideal choice for shorter engagements.

    3) The gowns are all made by local designers. A designer gets paired with a gown and spends about 240 hours (in the 6 weeks period) creating a gown from a sketch that either the bride brings in herself or one in which she works on together in collaboration with a designer.

    4) All gowns are custom made to fit the brides personal needs and measurements. No two gowns are alike.

    5) We guarantee a perfect fit using a patent pending "perfect size" process. NO ALTERATIONS NEEDED. The gown will fit you perfectly-guaranteed.

    6) Gowns are affordable. We use 100% silk in all our gowns along with Alencon lace sourced from France and high end tulle and chiffon fabric from an exclusive supplier in England. The gowns range from about $1400- 2400.

    We do our best to work with every bride's budget. Our goal is to provide a modest wedding gown option to any bride who seeks such options. If you would like to discuss this with us further please contact me directly at stasiacouture@gmail.com or visit our site at http://stasiabridal.com/ and contact us through our form there.

    Looking forward to serving all your modest bridal needs!

    Anna S.

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  20. This modest dress has a beautiful design especially the clothe its so soft to wear. it could even be worne as a simple wedding dress!!

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