Custom Bridal: Design The Perfect Gown For You

Desiree Hartsock, Bridal Designer

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9 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Trailer

    • 2. Developing Your Moodboard

    • 3. Cutting Images for Your Moodboard

    • 4. Questions to Keep in Mind

    • 5. Characteristics of Various Fits

    • 6. Choosing Fabrics for Your Gown

    • 7. Adding Details to Your Gown

    • 8. Placing Details on Your Gown

    • 9. More Creative Classes on Skillshare

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5 of 6 students recommend this class
This is a very helpful class for people like me who are about to get married, especially for women like me who aren't knowledgeable about wedding gown styles. I found the ideas presented helpful in getting me started with my own board.
Quick and Easy! This class helps you hon in on your style for your wedding gown with good tips and helpful suggestions to think about on your wedding day! I would recommend this to any one who is at the beginning of there wedding dress search or some one who is looking to work specifically with a bridal designer.
This might be OK for people who haven't yet started thinking about their dress, but the information is very basic. I also thought it would be more about actually "designing" your dress, really it is mainly about compiling ideas for you to take to the bridal shop. Useful for some, but not for anybody who already has a vocabulary around fabrics and dress shapes.