Bridal Designers

  • Mikaella Bridal

    All Mikaella Bridal gowns are created in their manufacturing center in Toronto, Canada. Their gowns are crafted from the highest quality fabrics and stunningly accented with beautiful hand detailing and embroidery. Mikaella Bridal gowns offer the look, the feel, the elegance and the classic sophistication of high fashion couture gowns at an attractive price. These Canadian-made gowns can ship within 3 months from order date without rush charges.

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  • Nicole Miller

    Nicole Miller Bridal gowns are designed to fit with any destination from the beaches of Hawaii to the Chugach National Forest. Her gowns range from simple to glamorous. Nicole Miller is based out of New York City and we are often able to receive gowns in less than 4 weeks from order date to accomodate shorter time frames. Gown prices range from $750 to $3000.

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  • MAJ Designs

    Jamie Johnson of MAJ Designs offers brides a completely local option. She was raised in Anchorage and has been passionate about fashion since she was a child. She started sewing when her mother bought her a sewing machine when she was 12 years old. She soon tired of making clothes from patterns so she started designing her own. In 2007, a friend asked her to make bridesmaid dresses for her wedding, and MAJ Designs was born. Now she is living her dream!

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  • Cicada Bridal

    When Jennifer Gay and Elizabeth Klob started Cicada 19 years ago, the first wedding gowns they made were for friends and family, as well as Jennifer's own wedding gown. Their first small shop with just one dressing room has grown to their flagship store in downtown Seattle. It was there they made Elizabeth's wedding gown, and have had the honor of making gowns for discerning northwest brides for the last 17 years. Their design philosophy is to combine figure enhancing structure with fluidity and movement to create a gown that will feel as good as it looks on the wedding day. Fine silks, vintage details and a sense of romance inspire them, but the real brides they work with daily are their greatest inspiration.

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  • Katie May

    Katie May Neu launched her bridal collection in 2012, Katie May, after designing her younger sister's wedding gown, which gained international attention from brides in search of a nontraditional backless gown. Since launching, her continual goal is to enhance the bridal experience by offering unparalleled customer care with sensually modern gowns. Each Katie May gown is built to accentuate the female form, executed through meticulous pattern construction. Handmade by the finest artisans in Los Angeles using the highest quality of materials sourced around the world to ensure satisfaction with each gown created. While designing is a huge part of Katie May's life, her true joy is spending time with her husband, Conor, their son, River Michael, and daughter Hazel Jean. Ranging in price from $1700 to $4500 these backless gowns are exquisite in aesthetic, quality,

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  • Leanne Marshall

    When most little girls were playing house, Leanne was playing fashion designer with a sketchbook, colored pencils and spare bits of fabric. In 2008, Leanne was selected as a contestant for Season 5 of Project Runway. With an unwavering determination, she made it all
    the way to the finale where she showed her, now famous, wave inspired collection in shades of turquoise, ivory and sand. The judges, and audiences worldwide, were captivated by her final collection and Leanne was crowned the winner. Fresh after her Project Runway win, Leanne relocated to New York City where she continued to develop her line. Her collections have shown at New York Fashion Week and fashion weeks around the globe every year since 2008. After years of designing custom bridal gowns, Leanne officially launched her signature bridal line in 2011. The sophisticated designs are known for their light, flowing lines, feminine details and timeless elegance. Each dress is handcrafted in the USA using only the highest quality materials. The Leanne Marshall Brand is a staple for the bride who wants a dress that will showcase, not overshadow, her beauty. Attention to high quality standards, proper flattering fits and silhouettes, and her unique ethereal approach to bridal have made Leanne a go-to for the modern bride. With touches of classic and modern, sophistication and youth, Leanne Marshall has captured an effortless grace and timeless elegance in her collection. Gowns range in price from $1700 to $4500.

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  • Truvelle

    Truvelle is a bridal line for girls who are unique, modern and in love. With their fresh and unconventional approach to the wedding gown, they strive to create effortlessly beautiful gowns that are of the highest craftsmanship. They don’t make dresses that wear the girl, but instead something that dresses up an already beautiful individual. From scratch, Truvelle creates made-to-order wedding dresses with a heavy emphasis on design, fit, and quality. All of their patterns are handcrafted and perfected, carefully chosen fabric is individually hand cut, and each gown has a story. All gowns made in Vancouver, Canada and rage in price from $1700 to $2500.

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  • Amy Kuschel

    Amy designs her collection for the discriminating bride ... she's hip, clever, and charming. She approaches life with confidence and is looking for a gown that is sophisticated and elegant, reflective of her own personality. Amy and her talented team pour their creative energies into each design to achieve a combination of modern elegance and sophistication. Each piece is made by hand in our San Francisco design studio using luxurious fabrications, couture techniques, and quality workmanship. The Amy Kuschel collection offers exquisitely designed classic yet contemporary gowns ranging in price from $1700 to $3500.

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