One of the biggest questions related to your wedding dress after the wedding; Where can I steam my wedding dress? Yes, each and every wedding dress gets dirty during the big day. And that is fine, no need to worry about that, because we know one of the best places where you can steam your wedding dress in the Netherlands.
Silk & Satin is the leading steaming company in the Netherlands, specialized in steaming wedding dresses. They also offer services for steaming your husbands suit, your wedding shoes or any other wedding related fabrics.
And best thing! They will pick up your dirty wedding dress, have it steamed in their atelier and drop-off you good as new wedding dress at your home. Super easy, super simple and you do not even have to leave your home.
You can visit their website here.
When you visit their website you can fill in the questionnaire with all sorts of questions related to your wedding dress. From the color, the type of fabric, to how many layers and they will calculate the price for you.
You will receive an email or phone call to plan the pick up of your wedding dress. And they will handle the rest. When your gown has been cleaned and steamed they will drop it off at your home on the scheduled day.
We hope to have answered your question about where to steam your wedding dress and wish you all the best with your clean and good as new dress!
Keep Its Find Bridal Team
Have you ever wondered why the leadtimes of wedding dresses are so long? We have had the question asked multiple times from our brides. We will be explaining the why in this blog post but also the reason why there can be such a difference in leadtimes between different designers and brands.
The creation of wedding dresses is a highly specialized skill. Unlike your everyday clothing wedding dresses are (usually) made to measure and fully tailored to your body measurements. And this is one of the main reasons why the leadtimes of wedding dresses can take so long. Making sure your wedding dress fits and hugs your body in all the right places is a skill on its own and much time is taken into account to make sure your wedding dress is made exactly in the right fit for you. For example, when you take two brides with the same body shape, let’s say a pear shape, the exact measurements and proportions of the brides do still differ.
Another reason for longer leadtimes is the handwork of embellishments and details. All designers do their best to make the most unique, most special and most amazing designs, and they do so by making fabrics by hand but also by combining different fabrics and hand sowing beads and lace details on the gowns. And that takes time.
Some designers take 9 months to create wedding dresses, other can do it within 8 weeks. We can imagine that brides ask themselves the question, why the difference.
It all has to do with how the designers have organized their production. On a general level we can make a distinction between two ways of creating and producing wedding dresses.
Many luxury and couture designers choose the create their wedding dresses by hand. All the reasons we listed for the Big Why in the previous paragraph are relevant to this type of production. A great benefit of hand made wedding dresses is that the gowns fit better and that brides can ask for customizations to their wedding dresses.
Wholesale production is where wedding dresses are made in larger factories, which enables designer to decrease their production costs, lower their prices and shorten the leadtimes.
At Keep Its Find Bridal we decided to only work with designers who make their wedding dresses by hand in their own atelier. This ensures quality, better fit, customization options for our brides and the most unique and special wedding dresses.
The leadtimes of the designers we work ranged from 4-7 months, depending on the designer.
You can check out all the designers we work with here: collection
Keep Its Find Bridal Team
Couture wedding dresses are a dream of many brides worldwide. Handmade fabrics, customized designs, the best snits and the most unique and glamorous wedding dresses. Most couture bridal gown designers can be found in Israel, as our new designer. Therefore we proudly introduce Tal Kedem to you, a highly praised couture designer from Israel.
Tal Kedem herself is the founder and head designer of the brand ‘Tal Kedem’. She was born and raised in Jerusalem and as from a young age she has been working with fabrics and designs. Over the years Tal has not only worked with well-known Israeli designers, she started making her own patterns and fabrics.
In 2016 Tal launched her own couture wedding dress brand and has been taking over the world since. Her gowns can be found in the most luxurious bridal boutique all over the world.
All couture wedding dresses are created with an independent, strong woman in mind. A bride who knows who she is, what she wants and pushed through to achieve her dreams. This is translated into her designer that all wedding dresses are fashion forward, have strong and modern patterns and are handmade all over.
Tal Kedem couture wedding dresses are for the modern bride who loves an effortless chic, unique and timeless bridal gown.
All Tal Kedem her wedding dresses are made to measure, meaning that all dresses are made to the exact measurements of the bride. This is such a huge benefit for brides. As it is so important that wedding dresses fit perfectly, made to measure makes sure that your measurements and body balances are created in the right way.
Also if you have a larger bust, made to measure gowns are created with extra support and fabric to make sure everything fits you perfectly.
Another benefit of made to measure it that a bride can customize her wedding dress, for example when she want to lower the back, add a slit, raise the neckline. These are all possibilities.
Tal Kedem Couture wedding dresses can be found exclusively in the Netherlands at Keep Its Find Bridal.
To see all our Tal Kedem collection, please click here
Keep Its Find Bridal Team
Wedding dress Trunk Shows have many benefits for brides. Let us explain what they are, why they are organized and of course the important benefits.
Trunk Shows! You may have seen these words pop up on Instagram, bridal boutique websites or from fellow brides to be. The words ‘Trunk Shows’ themselves do not usually give an instant explanation of what a Trunk Show actually is. Let us explain, because these Trunk Shows are definitely worth visiting!
A Trunk Show is an event in a bridal boutique, where the whole new collection of a bridal designer is available for you to try on in the bridal boutique where the Trunk Show is being organized.
Best thing! Trunk Shows come with great discounts and offers.
Bridal boutiques often have a selection of dresses from a designer and almost never the whole collection. Boutiques choose those dresses, they feel, that fit their brides the best. Trunk Shows are a great way for the bridal boutique to show the whole collection of a designer to their brides.
And for brides it means they have more gowns to try on or see those specific gowns they love from a designer that the bridal boutique does not carry on a regular basis.
Trunk Shows are organized for a long-weekend or a whole week. The bridal boutique will have the exact dates on their websites/socials.
During a Trunk Show bridal boutiques usually offer 5-10% discount on the Trunk Show gowns and often times also on their accessories.
Because the whole new collection is in the showroom, you have more gowns to try on from your favorite designers.
Do you love a gown from a designer but the bridal boutique in your country does not carry it? During the Trunk Show you will have the chance to see your favorite gown. Is your favorite gown from a previous collection, check with the bridal boutique if they can ask the designer to ship that specific gown with the Trunk Show gowns as well.
Most bridal boutique offer great extra’s during the Trunk Shows. At Keep Its Find Bridal we always have delicious cocktails and gift bags with great bridal goodies to bring home with you.
We have some really exciting wedding dress Trunk Shows organized this year. You can check out which ones, their dates, discount information and which dresses will be there, on our website: See all our Trunk Shows
We hope to see you soon during on of our trunk shows!
Keep Its Find Bridal Team
As strapless wedding dresses dominated the wedding industry a couple of years ago, long sleeve wedding dresses are doing so right now. They can be found in many different gown shapes and styles. Read more about this in this blog, but first some more insight in the advantages of long sleeves.
Soft fabrics, fitted silhouettes and super elegant. Minimalistic wedding dresses are taking over the bridal fashion industry, and we see them more and more with long sleeves. By playing with the sleeves, designers are able to make a minimalistic gown a true statement piece. And we have a few in our collection!
The Alchemist from Marquise bridal & the Scarlett from Vagabond bridal.
Lace, lace, lace! Lace fabrics immediately give wedding dresses a romantic look. By combing these gowns with long lace sleeves, you can create an extra dreamy and whimsical look.
La Rosala from J’Andreatta & the Monica from Vered Vaknin Bridal
Bohemian wedding dresses are recognizable by their flowiness and statement lace fabrics. The long sleeves give the bohemian wedding dresses just that extra touch.
Like the Elena from Vered Vaknin Bridal & the Virgina from Vagabond Bridal
Glitter wedding dresses are very glamorous, sparkly and dazzling. They will truly capture everyones eye when you walk down the aisle. The long glitter sleeves make the pattern and fabric pop, making the gown really stand out on your skin.
Cafe de Flore from J’Andreatta & the Lilac from Vered Vaknin Bridal
En not to forget, the short wedding dresses. They are perfect for civil weddings, a reception or to change in for your party. The long sleeves can add that extra bridal vibe.
The Lily & Nolah gowns from Meryl Suissa
On our website you can find many more wedding dresses with long sleeves. Take a look at our entire collection we currently have in our showroom: https://keepitsfindbridal.nl/category/gowns/, here you can also find the prices and info on all the gowns.
We would love to meet you in our showroom!
Which wedding dresses matches which bodytypes? A question almost every bride asks herself, and one we get asked quite often. We have written out the basics for you in this blog.
But first things first…
‘I never expected this dress to look so good on me’,
‘I actually thought I wanted a complete different wedding dress’,
‘I would have never chosen this wedding dress myself’.
Many brides have a specific vision of what types and shapes of wedding dresses would look good on them and their bodytypes. Sometimes they believe certain gowns are off limits for them. The interesting thing is that many brides also say yes to a complete different dress than they had in mind, and one they never would have picked out of the racks themselves.
The reasons for this are the following:
Therefore we advice each bride to try on different styles and specifically shapes of wedding dresses with their bodytypes, they might surprise you.
There are some basic guidelines to which wedding dresses match well with certain bodytypes. But as each and every body is different (even if they have the same global bodytype), definitely try on different shapes as well.
Everyone knows the traditional princess ballgown dresses. A fitted top with a big and voluminous skirt.
A true modern version of a ballgown is our Love In Portofino wedding dress from J’Andreatta
An A-line wedding dress also has a fitted top with a loose and bigger skirt. The difference with an ballgown is that the A-line shape has a more delicate and less poofy skirt. They follow the shape of an A.
To create a stunning hour-shaped figure, try out this amazing A-Line wedding dress Bentleigh van Georgia Young Couture.
A Flit & Flare wedding dress is a subtle version of the A-Line shape. The Fit & Flare has a longer fitted top and flares out at your hips.
The Harriett from Vagabond Bridal has a Fit & Flare shape.
A sheath wedding dress is completely fitted and figure hugging.
Our Ivy gown from Vered Vaknin Bridal is an example of a Sheat wedding dress.
A fitted silhouette with a flared skirt below your knee. Yes, those are called the Mermaid and the Trumput. The Mermaid has a voluminous skirt, while the Trumput has a more subtile flair. A shape that has been created to really accentuate your curves.
Like our Madison gown van Georgia Young Couture.
We hope we have been able to give the info you need to start your wedding dress search. If you have any questions related to wedding dresses and bodytypes, send us an email and we are happy to help you out.