Grace Wedding Gown Specialists
Grace and her team in Scarborough are absolutely phenomenal. Grace is extremely knowledgeable about the cleaning needs of wedding gowns, and recently came to TBP to take a look at what we have on the rack. She assured me that there is nothing on the rack that won’t come perfectly clean using the techniques available. She will also tackle silk, and took a gown we had with candle wax dripped on the skirt, and rendered it perfectly SPOTLESS! Average cleaning prices vary from about $70-$150, with some multilayered/fluffy/complex gowns that involve a heckuva lot of work costing more. These prices are EXTREMELY reasonable. TBP clients are also offered a further $10 discount from these amazing prices!!! WOOT!
Grace is located at 3678 St. Clair Ave E, and you can reach her at 416-261-2204 if you have any questions at all about your gown cleaning needs. You can also visit their website by clicking here.
I’m just delighted to welcome such a lovely person, and such an incredible service to what we offer here at The Brides’ Project! Welcome on board Grace!!!
We have 2 wonderful resources for you. We can’t say enough wonderful things about these talented and extremely experienced seamstresses/dressmakers:
Pom is located in Markham, and you can give her a ring at 905-479-4566 for an appointment and further directions! She has worked with many of Toronto’s premier designers and is also a superb Thai cook… so book your cooking lesson at the same time 😉 You can also reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pearl worked for over 25 years with Alfred Sung and is located in Scarborough, and you can get more info on her website:
Naimie is located at Gerrard/Main (if I remember correctly) and spent well over 20 years working with Lowon Pope. Her contact info:
NOTE: These are suggestions based on people we have worked with and had great experiences with. We are in no way responsible for the work done or fees charged by any service provider. Do your due diligence and make sure that fees are discussed and ask any/all questions about the expected outcome prior to the commencement of work.