A wonderful way to make your dress truly your own! A custom designed and personalized wedding dress label made just for you with your personal details.
THIS LISTING INCLUDES RUSH ORDERING AND EXPRESS SHIPPING. RUSH ORDERING MOVES AN ORDER TO THE TOP OF THE SCHEDULE, AND EXPRESS SHIPPING IS A GUARANTEED SHIPPING METHOD FOR VERY TIGHT TIME FRAMES.
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WHEN ORDERING, PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN YOUR ORDER CONFIRMATION MESSAGE
1. White or ivory satin?
2. Font choice?
3. Font color(s)?
4. First line of text?
5. Second line of text?
6. Any additional info or specifics for your order?
7. Ship by date? (Date by which you want your order to ship (Please see policies for minimum))
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Please enter monograms exactly as they will be stitched, or give specific instructions on how you want them done. If no further instructions are specified, they will be done in the order shown, with the center initial larger. For monogram guidelines, see here:
This label option includes two lines of text, typically names/monogram, and wedding date. If you would like an additional line or element, please see other listings or email directly for options.
Dress labels range in size from 2-4” tall X 3-5 wide”, but can be a bit larger due to the fonts and wording chosen.
The color chart shown is a small sampling of the approximately 900 thread colors on hand. For specific color matches, swatches are welcome.
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Dress labels are sent to you directly, and can be sewn in by the person doing alterations. It only takes a bit of hand sewing, so the bride or a family member can do it as well.
Please note: If using full first and last names: go ahead and enter the names in one line on your order. However, they will most likely be done on two lines due to space limitations, with no symbols between (such as "&").
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In the 20’s and 30’s, couture gown designers starting designing personalized labels for their clients, and attaching them inside the gowns. Now brides can use this special touch to make wedding gowns truly their own. When the tradition of labels for wedding gowns started, it was seen as the last time a bride would use her maiden name. So the bride’s full maiden name and wedding date was sewn into the gown. More recently, brides began choosing to put their name and the groom’s name on the label with the wedding date. Today, anything goes—from nicknames, monograms, or symbols—whatever the bride feels has the most meaning for her.
These labels are sewn into your wedding gowns lining at the hem, or inside the top of the gown, where a typical clothing label would go. They can be sewn in any color, but are most commonly done in blue for the traditional “Something Blue.” They can even be sewn as a pocket to hold something special, like a good luck charm, or other precious item that you want to have with you on your wedding day. After the wedding, the label becomes a memento for future generations to have the name and date from the day the dress was worn. This is a special touch for a dress that will be handed down. And if you decide not to keep the dress, the label can be removed, and kept as a memento of the gown-perhaps to be placed in your wedding scrapbook, next to a picture of the dress.
Whatever you choose to have stitched on the label, it is a wonderful way to make “The Dress” truly your own.
History of the wedding dress label ©Monde Design