Elody Bride is offering brides the chance to customise their wedding dresses and add an individual touch for the second day look.
Whether couples have opted to hold a second day due to Covid-19 restrictions, have eloped together and want to celebrate with family on another day or simply want a second day of wedding celebrations, many brides debate whether they want to wear their dress for the second day. Especially if it has been photographed so many times already.
However, with wedding’s as expensive as they are, it no longer feels practical to spend a significant amount of money on something you only plan to wear once, for a handful of hours, especially as you have invested money already into your dream wedding dress.
Elody Bride, based in Newry, is eschewing tradition and offering up smart, functional and aisle-worthy customisations that will work well beyond the big day.
Owned by Sharon Patterson, who famously helped co-create the Meghan Markle replica wedding dress with Irish designer Shauna Fay in 2018, she can advise on ways to alter or customise your wedding dress for the second day.
From adding additional features such as a detachable top, to a detachable train, a belt or bespoke veil or to shortening the dress for a more casual look. Sharon can tailor and make your dress as individual and bespoke for the look you are going for.