Our Quality Assurance Promise

Workmanship & Construction, Materials
The following pictures demonstrate how Aussie Bridall makes your bridal gown

1. Aussie Bridal uses at least 4 layers of fabrics (not including the interlining 3 around neckline) to make bodice of bridal gowns. For cheaply made bridal gowns, there are only 2 layers of fabrics (satin and lining), and some even have no lining. With 2 layers of interlining, the bodice part of our bridal gowns are very firm. Milly Bridal also add another layer of interlining around neckline to make this part of dress extra solid. As we know some of the "so called" designer dresses have only 1 layer of interlining.

In order to see it clearly, we use red satin and lining to make this example.

Cutted Fabrics

Cutted Fabrics

2. Aussie Bridal adds 10 bones in bodice of most of bridal gowns, so the bodice of part of our bridal gowns are very strong. For cheaply made bridal gowns, there are much less bones used, and some even have no bones at all.

Inner of a completed bridal gown

Bonings

Bone 8 & bone 3 are 1.2cm wide, and other bones are 0.6cm wide.

3. Aussie Bridal adds horse hair interlining all around hemline of bridal gowns. This would fix the shape of train and hemline. Cheaply made gowns definitely do not have this hemline enhancement.

Hemline Enhancement

4. Aussie Bridal only uses Japan made Matsuno beads (also called MGB beads). This is the top quality beads in this industry, and the price is 15 times higher than the beads on cheaply made bridal gowns. Cheap beads would turn dark after 3-6 months.

The Beads We Use

4. Aussie Bridal only uses Japan made Matsuno beads (also called MGB beads). This is the top quality beads in this industry, and the price is 15 times higher than the beads on cheaply made bridal gowns. Cheap beads would turn dark after 3-6 months.

Beading Samples