If you thought shopping was hard, you’re in for a real surprise when you enter the world of white wedding dresses. Although you are wearing the gown for a few hours, there is something oh so right about finding the perfect dress. Of course, the types of wedding dresses are endless and some ladies already have something specific in mind. It could be off the shoulder, A-line, or a long sleeve wedding dress. Others are still browsing Pinterest waiting for inspiration to strike. No matter your progress, why not check out these wedding dress rental places in Singapore? We have a list of stores for you to get lost in. So, there’ll be something for everyone, no matter your wedding dress preference and price range.
A wedding dress, simple and bespoke – at any price point. That is the ethos of Lacebridge. They pride themselves in remaining competitive in their pricing. One can find the perfect dress without needing to break the bank! They offer original designs created by their team, hailing from Kuala Lumpur. Plus, gowns are worn up to a maximum of 7 times. This is to maintain quality so you can rent with a peace of mind.
If boho-chic is your thing, Frieda Brides offers a curated collection of unique dresses for the modern bride. Step away from the poofy princess gowns and adorn yourself with the works of designers from Australia, the United Kingdom, USA, and more. Wedding jumpsuits and skirts are available for the non-conventional ones looking to break the mould. They also regularly host trunk shows and sample sales. So, keep an eye out for those if you are looking to snatch a good deal for your preferred dress.
WeddingCrafters is a haven for those who wish to don on a trendsetting piece and rehash wedding gown traditions. With a focus on A-line and fit and flare designs, every gown is designed and hand-sewn in-house. Choose from a variety of necklines, train lengths, and embellishments that you can filter from the rental catalogue online. They also have partnerships with photographers, makeup artists, and more for exclusive perks you can receive when booking with them. Every 4 months, they release new collections to update their repertoire and stay up to date on the latest trends.
The Red Wedding
The Red Wedding specialises in traditional Chinese Qun Kua, which is a customarily red wedding dress. For the uninformed, red is seen as an auspicious colour to the Chinese. Imported from top dressmakers in Hong Kong, they are hand-stitched with a flattering tapered cut to suit modern tastes. Most times, brides will wear the Qun Kua during the tea ceremony. However, there are those who walk down the aisle in it too, preserving their race’s customs. You can also buy or rent matching menswear for the groom as an auspicious gesture to commemorate your matrimony.
He’s no stranger to the atelier and couturier scene, Nicolas Laville is a highly sought after designer in his own right. He has worked with the likes of high fashion brands, with Christian Lacroix, Kenzo, Anne Fontaine all under his belt. Not forgetting, he has rubbed shoulders with celebrities and the affluent, dressing them up for Cannes Film Festival and Star Award shows. You will go through different creative stages with him, from your own personalised sketch to no less than three fittings. All to ensure your customised piece is a perfect fit. For those who will spare no expense in ensuring you are the belle of the ball, he is the designer you should call.
The Gown Warehouse
This established gown studio has one of the most extensive range of wedding gowns you will ever see. Known for their details, seen in their luxurious laces and frills, The Gown Warehouse are a one-stop-shop for anything you will need for your big day. They offer a range of packages at different price points, some of which includes pre-wedding photoshoots, makeup services, gown, suit rental, and many more. Their website offers wedding resources, such as which dress shapes for your body type, how to choose your veil, and even ways to save on your wedding costs.
This is a no-frills home-based wedding dress store located in the heartlands of Sengkang. They can alter, style, and even design your very own custom dress for you to rent or keep. K-Gown also boasts a vast collection of veils, whether you want something casual or show-stopping, you’ll be sure they’ve got it. Don’t look away just because they aren’t located in an uptown area, their sweeping 5-star reviews proves that this is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.
For the Groom: Deboneire
Having been showcased on a variety of Singapore lifestyle and fashion magazines, Deboneire is the epitome of class and style for the modern man. Their showcase of suits is perfect for the biggest day of your life, to say the least. Their outfits are designed with sartorial elegance, sure to turn heads.
For the mother of the bride and bridesmaids: Zion Creation
Not wanting to steal the spotlight from the bride yet still want to dress to impress? Zion Creation has got you covered, with their selection of cheongsam dresses specially made for kin of the bride. Also, they designed to meet modern tastes and have different categories, such as cocktails and evening dresses too.
Save Wedding Vendors
This global pandemic we are in has brought a host of challenges to everyone involved in the wedding industry. From brides-to-be to wedding vendors, these are unprecedented times. We, here at Delegate, want to be part of the solution and that is why we started this Facebook group – Save Wedding Vendors. We aim to build a community of helpful vendors and members. You can post your queries, ask for recommendations and share promotions or reviews as well.
We also started a second initiative to support vulnerable individuals and families affected by the COVID-19 situation. During this circuit breaker period, as part of the community, we will be donating SGD1 for every package purchased on Delegate to The Courage Fund by National Council of Social Service (NCSS). Do feel free to spread the word and support this cause!
It’s been a whirlwind of a year so far. Let’s make it a habit to check in on our loved ones and do our part to support one another.
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