Wedding Alterations

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Looking for the perfect fit on your big day? Let our team of bridal alteration experts in Etobicoke help you! We’ll take care of any necessary wedding dress alterations to make sure your bridal dress fits like a glove. Schedule an appointment today and let us help you look your best on your wedding day.

Our Wedding Alterations Services

Our wedding alteration services are customized to each individual and our goal is to make sure that your dress fits you perfectly on your big day. Depending on the need, we can do everything from simple hems to complex beading. 

We know how important it is for you to look and feel your best, so we work hard to make sure that your dress is exactly right. We also offer a free consultation so that we can get an idea of what you need and give you a quote. 

From Our Wedding Alteration Shop

Our commitment to perfection and attention to detail

Nadia saved my wedding dress! I purchased an off-the-rack wedding dress from a local dress shop and had the alterations booked with their in-house seamstress. The dress was a few sizes too large but I was assured that it could be altered to my body. Unfortunately the result was nightmarish and left me in tears and panicking as I needed my dress finished in two weeks! Nadia and her team were able to perform a miracle on my gown in less than the two weeks I had during the busy summer season. They fixed the previous seamstress’ mistakes and made the dress fit me like a glove. Everything that I was told “couldn’t be done” WAS done and looked even better than I could have imagined.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Sofia

I came to Nadia with a huge project. My unique wedding dress was purchased in 2020, and due to pandemic cancellations, our wedding was pushed to 2023. Over the years I had gone down 2 dress sizes. I also had to select a dress size bigger when ordering the dress in 2020 due to being in between sizes. Nadia was a miracle worker! My dress is covered in lace applications, and she was able to tailor the dress perfectly to my current size without any issues! I finally feel like the dress is my wedding dress, and I cannot wait to wear it on my special day! She provided such a great, professional experience and I would recommend her for all your tailoring needs. She is a true expert, and delivers amazing service.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Emily Power

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Scott Bown
Scott Bown
They are always friendly and accommodating to my requests. I have had myriad items altered there coats, jeans, blazers, shirts. All have been done to a high standard and durability. I would highly recommend this business for your tailoring needs!
Great service! I took my daughter here to fix her prom dress and the alterations were done very quickly and very well. The dress looks amazing! Nadia is a highly skilled seamstress.
Annie Rawlings
Annie Rawlings
Nadia is a magician! Absolutely turned my horror story of a bridesmaid dress into a Cinderella fairytale! 💯 recommend
Yolanda Yao
Yolanda Yao
Nadia did a fantastic job with my wedding dress and reception dress!! The veil purchased in store is also stunning. Highly recommend!
Teodor Vukosavljevic
Teodor Vukosavljevic
This place rocks…Highly recommended..
There are no words to describe how Nadia has made me feel. My dress was not easy, it was beaded and she had to take it from size 10 to 00. She did an amazing job but not only that, she was so kind and wonderful. Highly recommend. She went above and beyond and I could not be more thankful. Thank you Nadia!
sue battistel
sue battistel
This was my first time using a tailor's service. I was a bit nervous entrusting someone to alter a beloved leather jacket my mother gifted me years ago. I was amazed how Nadia successfully transformed my 90's jacket to an elegant 2024 look! She also skillfully altered an evening dress. Her workmanship is remarkable. I am looking forward to Nadia working her magic on my leather skirt!
Simone W
Simone W
I love my prom dress so much
Ariana Alvarino
Ariana Alvarino
Highly recommend. Nadia was lovely and did an amazing job. My dress had a lot of stitching which made hemming it very complicated as it couldn't be cut. They completely deconstructed the waist and hemmed it from the top to leave the base untouched. It turned out beautiful!
Alexandra Kozlov
Alexandra Kozlov
Nadia did the most amazing job altering my wedding dress. She made the most beautiful French bustle, altered the cowl neckline better than I could have imagined, altered the strap length and shape, and hemmed the train. She was very communicative and professional. I would absolutely recommend Nadia to anyone looking to alter their wedding dress.

Free Bridal Consultation

A wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and it is important to get everything just right. To make the bridal alterations process easier, we provide a FREE consultation with our wedding dress tailor to our customers from Etobicoke, Mississauga, Vaughan, Toronto, and other GTA areas.

We will work with you to understand your vision and budget, and we will provide advice and suggestions on how to make your dream wedding a reality.

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Wedding Dresses We Alter

Wedding Dresses We Alter

Ball gown wedding dress, Mermaid dress, Trumpet dress, Sheath dress, A-line dress, Tea-length dress, Fit-and-flare dress, Column dress, Boho dress, Vintage dress and more.

We can make any necessary adjustments to the fit, length, or style of the dress, and we’ll also take care of any last-minute emergency alterations that might be needed, including accessories. So whether you’re looking for a minor adjustment or a complete makeover, we will make sure you look your best on your big day.

A bride’s big day is a very special occasion, so it’s important that everything is perfect. Our team of experienced seamstresses and tailors in Etobicoke are also providing bridesmaid dress alterations and will make sure your bridesmaid dresses look magnificent!

Cost of Wedding Alterations

The cost of altering a wedding dress in Toronto usually ranges from around $250 to $800 and it depends on the alteration’s complexity. Basic adjustments, such as hemming, shortening the length or tweaking the shoulder straps, are usually less costly. However, more extensive changes, like reshaping the dress or adding custom details, tend to be pricier.

So, if you’re concerned about the cost of wedding dress alterations, you can find the average prices below, or you can simply choose the service you require and find the complete wedding alteration price list.

Cost Of Wedding Alterations in Etobicoke
💲 Bridal ConsultationFREE
💲 Bodice Bust$20- $150
💲 Bodice Darts$40- $80
💲 Bodice Sides$65- $150
💲 Bodice Zipper$80- $150
💲 Bustle Dress$30- $130
💲 Shoulders Alterations$25- $125
💲 Hem & Shortening$150- $450
💲 Skirts Seams$65- $150
💲 Sleeves Alterations$25- $180

Please note: The final price will depend on how much work needs to be done and the complexity of the bridal gown. Wedding Gowns have special fabrics or adornments such as beads, lace, tulle or crystals and may require more extensive tailoring. To provide you with an accurate price, we offer a FREE consultation.

Factors That Affect Wedding Dress Alteration Pricing

When it comes to wedding dress alterations, there are several factors that can influence the pricing. It’s important to understand these factors so you can make an informed decision and budget accordingly. Let’s take a closer look at the different factors that affect wedding dress alteration pricing.

Type of Alteration

The type of alteration needed for your wedding dress is one of the key factors that determine the pricing. Different alterations require different levels of skill, time, and resources. Some common types of alterations include hemming, taking in or letting out, bustling, resizing shoulders, adjusting sleeves, and adding or removing embellishments. Each of these alterations comes with its pricing structure.

The Complexity of the Task

The complexity of the alteration task also plays a significant role in determining the pricing. Alterations can range from simple adjustments to more intricate changes. For example, simple hemming may be less expensive compared to complex alterations like resizing shoulders or adding intricate lacework. The more intricate and time-consuming the alteration, the higher the pricing may be.

Fabric and Embellishments

The fabric of your wedding dress and its embellishments also affect the alteration pricing. Delicate fabrics such as silk or satin require extra care and precision during the alteration process. Lacework, beading, and other embellishments can also add to the complexity and time required for alterations. Altering these types of fabrics and working with delicate embellishments may incur additional costs.

Number of Fittings Required 

The number of fittings required for your wedding dress can impact the final pricing. Most alterations require multiple fittings to ensure the perfect fit and desired outcome. An initial consultation is usually followed by the first fitting, and subsequent fittings may be necessary to make any necessary adjustments. Keep in mind that each fitting session adds to the overall cost of the alterations.


The Complexity of the Task and Its Impact on Pricing

Now, let’s explore the different levels of complexity in wedding dress alterations and how they can affect pricing.

Simple Alterations

Simple alterations usually involve relatively straightforward adjustments, such as shortening the length, taking in or letting out the dress at specific areas, or making minor tweaks. These alterations are generally less time-consuming and require less expertise, making them more affordable compared to more complex alterations.

Mid-Level Alterations

Mid-level alterations are slightly more involved and may require more time and skill. These alterations can include resizing shoulders, adjusting sleeves, or making moderate adjustments to the silhouette of the dress. The pricing for mid-level alterations will be higher than simple alterations due to the increased complexity and time required.

Complex Alterations & Remodeling

Complex alterations involve significant changes to the original design of the dress, such as adding or removing sections, reworking the structure, or incorporating intricate details. These alterations demand a high level of expertise, precision, and time. Due to their complexity, these alterations often come with a higher price tag.


Special Considerations for Fabric and Embellishments

Certain fabrics and embellishments require special attention during the alteration process, which can impact the pricing.

Delicate Fabrics

If your wedding dress is made from delicate fabrics such as silk, satin, or chiffon, the alteration specialist will need to handle them with extra care. Delicate fabrics can be more challenging to work with and may require additional time and expertise, potentially influencing the pricing of the alterations.

Lace and Beading

Wedding dresses with intricate lacework or beading require meticulous handling during alterations. Any adjustments made to the dress must take into account the specific patterns and designs of the lace or beading. Working with lace or beading adds complexity to the alteration process, potentially increasing the overall cost.

Special Trims and Appliques

If your dress features special trims or appliques, alterations may involve working around these details. The alteration specialist will need to ensure that any adjustments made to the dress do not compromise or disturb the trims or appliques. This level of attention and precision can impact the pricing of the alterations.



Additional Costs and Service Charges

In addition to the core alteration pricing, there may be additional costs and service charges to consider.

Emergency or Rush Fees

If you require last-minute alterations or need your dress to be ready in a shorter timeframe, there may be emergency or rush fees. These fees compensate for the extra effort and resources required to accommodate your request within a limited time frame.

Every bride wants to look beautiful on her wedding day, and the first step is to find the right dress. But what happens when you fall in love with your dream gown but it’s doesn’t fit well? In that case, you should consider having it altered to ensure you look absolutely stunning.

It’s no secret that bridal designs are not created with everyone’s body type in mind, but it is definitely possible to make some changes to your gown so you look flawless. A few simple alterations will ensure you have the perfect fit and smooth out any problem areas on your dress.

To avoid stressing out about your fittings, brides would be wise to order their dresses early. This will give enough time for not only one but two or three fittings so we can make all the necessary adjustments until everything is just right. Some of the most common alterations include taking in the bodice and hemming the length of the gown. Additionally, many brides choose to remodel, restyle or change up some aspect of their wedding dress, such as the neckline or sleeve. Before you decide to replace any part of the design, we will first take the time to discuss all the details with our bridal tailor and see what will work the best based on our experience and expertise. Of course, you need to keep in mind that there are certain changes that might not work well for some bridal designs.

Finally, if your wedding is quickly approaching and you don’t have time for many fittings, depending on the gown and the alterations that need to be done, we offer rush wedding dress alteration services and will try to have your wedding dress done with just one fitting.

The answer to that very question is going to be different for all brides. Typically the bridal dress will be ready for pick up around 4 to 6 weeks. It will depend on how busy we are and the type of dress you’re having. Some alterations can take a couple of days while most may take a few months. An estimate can be given at your initial fitting appointment.

We strongly recommend that you try to schedule your fittings as close to the dates we provide as possible, or even before!

You should have at least 2-3 bridal dress fittings. During the first fitting, we will have the chance to see the dress, discuss your needs and find all the alterations that need to be done. The second bridal dress fitting should be held a few weeks before your wedding date to see if the dress fits perfectly or if we will need to make some minor adjustments to make sure everything looks perfect for the wedding ceremony.

Bridal dress fittings can take up to an hour or more depending on your gown and preference. This includes time for trying on the dress, discussing your needs and pinning the parts that need to be altered. This step will also give us a rough idea of how many fittings we will need, the time frame and the final cost.

Initial Consultation

The initial consultation is where you discuss your alteration needs with the specialist. During this stage, the specialist will assess your dress and provide an estimate or quote for the alterations. The initial consultation is usually free of charge, but it’s crucial to confirm this beforehand.

First Fitting

The first fitting allows the alteration specialist to make the initial adjustments to your wedding dress. This is an essential stage to ensure the alterations are on the right track and to make any necessary tweaks. The pricing for the first fitting is typically included in the overall cost of the alterations.

Subsequent Fittings

Depending on the complexity of the alterations, additional fittings may be required to achieve the perfect fit. Subsequent fittings allow the specialist to make any final adjustments or fine-tune the alterations. Each fitting session may incur additional charges, so it’s essential to discuss the pricing structure with your alteration specialist from the beginning.


Tips for a Successful Bridal Alterations Experience

Bring the Right Undergarments
When attending your alteration appointments, it’s important to wear the appropriate undergarments that you plan to wear on your wedding day. This will ensure the dress fits correctly and provides the desired silhouette. Bring a strapless bra, shapewear, or any other undergarments that will enhance the fit of the dress.

Wear Your Wedding Shoes
If possible, bring or wear your wedding shoes to the alteration appointments. This will allow the specialist to make any necessary adjustments to the hem length based on the height of the shoes. Wearing the shoes during fittings will give you an accurate idea of how the dress will look on your wedding day.

Communicate Your Vision
Communicate your vision and expectations to the tailor from the beginning. Bring reference photos or inspiration images to help convey your desired style. Be open to their suggestions and expertise, but also make sure your preferences are heard to achieve the desired outcome.

Trust the Expert
Remember that the tailor is a trained professional with expertise in wedding dress alterations. Trust their knowledge and experience, as they are equipped to provide guidance and advice based on what will flatter your body shape and suit the style of dress you have chosen. Trusting their expertise will help ensure a successful alterations experience.

Leave Enough Time
Allow yourself ample time for the entire alterations process. Starting early and scheduling fittings well in advance will prevent any unnecessary stress or rushed alterations. It’s better to have more time than you think you need, as unexpected circumstances may arise that require additional alterations or adjustments.

Factors Affecting the Number of Fittings

When it comes to wedding dress alterations, several factors can influence the number of fittings you will need. It’s important to consider these factors when planning for your fittings to ensure the perfect fit on your big day.

Body Type and Dress Style
Your body type and the style of your wedding dress are key factors in determining the number of fittings required. Different body types may require more extensive alterations to achieve the desired fit. For example, if you have a petite frame and are wearing a dress with a full skirt, you may need additional fittings to ensure the length is just right and the proportions are balanced. On the other hand, if you have an hourglass figure, alterations may be needed to enhance your curves and create a more flattering silhouette.

The extent of Alterations Needed
The extent of alterations needed also plays a significant role in determining the number of fittings required. If your wedding dress only requires minor adjustments, such as taking in the waist or hemming the length, you may only need one or two fittings. However, if major alterations are needed, such as altering the neckline, adjusting the sleeves, or changing the shape of the bodice, you can expect to have more fittings to ensure every detail is perfect.

The Complexity of the Dress
The complexity of the dress itself can affect the number of fittings necessary. Dresses with intricate details, such as beading, lace, or embroidery, often require more time and fittings to ensure that the alterations preserve the design and craftsmanship of the original dress. Additionally, dresses with unique features like corsets, illusion backs, or detachable elements may require extra fittings to ensure proper fit and functionality.

Nearly all types of wedding dresses can be altered. Some alterations are more drastic than others, but at the end of the day it comes down to your vision and taste. Some of the dresses we had the chance to work with are:
  • Ball gown wedding dress
  • Mermaid dress
  • Trumpet dress
  • Sheath dress
  • A-line dress
  • Tea-length dress
  • Fit-and-flare dress
  • Column dress
  • Boho dress
  • Vintage dress

We have altered wedding gowns from a wide variety of designers and bridal brands. Find some of the most popular designer gowns we have worked with.

Our clients from Etobicoke and surrounding areas, including Alderwood, East Mall, Eatonville, Humber Bay, Humber Valley, Islington, Kingsway, Lakeshore, Long Branch, Markland Wood, Mimico, Princess-Rosethorn, Queensway, Richview, Royal York, Kipling, Sherway Gardens, Sunnylea, Thompson Orchard, West Mall, that require high-quality bridal tailoring prefer our shop for our:
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While both bridal alterations and regular alterations involve modifying garments, there are significant differences between the two. Bridal alterations often require more intricate work, as wedding dresses are typically made with delicate fabrics such as lace, satin, or tulle. Due to the complexity of bridal alterations, there is a need to preserve the dress’s intricate design elements, such as beading, embroidery, or appliques, which often requires extra care.

On the other hand, regular alterations involve modifications to everyday clothing like pants, skirts, shirts or dresses. These alterations may include taking in or letting out the waist, shortening the hem, or adjusting the sleeves. While regular alterations can also require skilled craftsmanship, they are generally less complex compared to bridal alterations.

Additionally, bridal alterations usually require more fittings than regular alterations. This is because adjustments to wedding dresses are more precise, and a perfect fit is essential to ensure the bride feels comfortable and looks her best on her special day. On the other hand, regular alterations may require only one or two fittings, depending on the extent of the modifications.

Another difference between bridal alterations and regular alterations is the timeline. Bridal alterations often take longer since multiple fittings and adjustments may be needed to achieve the perfect fit. Brides should schedule their alterations well in advance of their big day to avoid any last-minute stress. On the other hand, regular alterations can usually be completed within a few days or even the same day.

Regular alterations are generally more affordable compared to bridal alterations. Since they involve basic modifications and adjustments, they require less time, effort, and expertise from the seamstress or tailor. The cost of regular alterations will vary depending on the complexity of the modifications needed, but they are generally more budget-friendly.

On the other hand, bridal alterations can be more expensive due to the level of expertise and attention to detail required. Wedding gowns are often made with delicate fabrics, intricate beadwork, and complex designs that demand careful handling. Additionally, the customization involved in bridal alterations, such as major changes to the gown’s silhouette or the addition/removal of embellishments, can contribute to the higher cost.

Regular alterations typically have a more flexible timeline compared to bridal alterations. Since they are done on everyday clothing, they can be done at any time before or after purchasing the garment. Regular alterations can be completed within a few days or weeks, depending on the workload of the seamstress or tailor.

Bridal alterations, however, require timely planning. It is recommended to start the alteration process at least a few months before the wedding date to allow for multiple fittings and adjustments. This ensures that any necessary modifications are completed on time and that the bride has ample time for final fittings and any minor touch-ups needed before the big day. Starting early also helps accommodate any unforeseen delays or changes.

Skill Level
Regular alterations can be accomplished with basic sewing skills. Seamstresses or tailors who specialize in regular alterations are well-versed in common modifications and adjustments. However, it is essential to find a skilled professional who understands garment construction and can provide quality workmanship.

Bridal alterations, on the other hand, require a higher level of expertise due to the intricate nature of wedding gowns. The seamstress or tailor should have experience working with delicate fabrics, intricate beadwork, and complex designs. They must possess an understanding of the unique construction methods used in bridal wear to ensure that alterations are done with precision and care, preserving the beauty and integrity of the gown.


Do: Communicate Clearly with the Seamstress

Effective communication with your tailor is key to achieving your desired alterations. Clearly express your preferences, concerns, and any specific changes you want to make. The more information you provide, the better your tailor can understand your vision and create the perfect dress for you.

Do: Attend All Scheduled Fittings

Attending all scheduled fittings is crucial to ensuring a perfect fit. Fittings allow your tailor to make adjustments based on your changing body shape and preferences. Be punctual and make the necessary time commitment to ensure that the alterations process runs smoothly.

Do: Consider Comfort and Mobility

While altering your dress to fit your body shape is important, it’s equally important to consider your comfort and mobility. Ensure that you can move, sit, dance, and breathe comfortably in your dress. Communicate any concerns about potential restrictions to your tailor, and they can make the necessary adjustments to ensure your dress is both stunning and easy to move in.

Do: Plan Ahead for Alterations

Plan ahead and give yourself ample time for alterations. Starting the process early allows for flexibility, multiple fittings, and adjustments. It also reduces unnecessary stress and ensures that your dress is ready well in advance of your wedding day.

Don’t: Make Drastic Weight Loss Assumptions

While it’s understandable to have health and fitness goals leading up to your wedding, it’s important not to assume drastic weight loss. Avoid ordering a size smaller than your current measurements with the expectation of losing weight. It’s easier to take in a dress than let it out, and unrealistic weight loss assumptions can lead to unnecessary stress and last-minute alterations.

Don’t: Procrastinate on Alteration Appointments

Procrastinating on alteration appointments can result in unnecessary stress and compromise the quality of the final result. By scheduling and attending appointments in a timely manner, you allow your tailor the opportunity to make necessary adjustments gradually, ensuring a seamless and stress-free experience.

Don’t: Underestimate the Importance of Undergarments

The right undergarments can make all the difference in how your dress fits and flatters your body shape. Consult with your tailor regarding the appropriate undergarments to wear during fittings and on your wedding day. The right foundation garments provide support, enhance your shape, and ensure a seamless look.

Don’t: Ignore Feedback and Recommendations

Your tailor is a professional with experience and expertise in bridal alterations. Listen to their feedback and recommendations, as they can guide you in making the best decisions for your dress. Their insights and suggestions can help you achieve the most flattering and comfortable fit.

Don’t: Overlook the Final Details

When it comes to wedding dress alterations, it’s essential not to overlook the final details. Pay close attention to the finishing touches, such as the stitching, buttons, zippers, and any additional embellishments. Small details can significantly impact the overall presentation of your dress, so ensure that every aspect is double-checked and perfect.

Don’t: Stress Over Perfection

While it’s natural to desire a flawless dress, it’s important not to stress over perfection. Remember that alterations can enhance your dress and make it uniquely yours, but absolute perfection may not always be attainable. Trust in the expertise of your tailor, relax, and embrace the beauty of your dress and your body shape.

Hourglass Figure: Emphasizing and Enhancing Curves

If you have an hourglass figure with a well-defined waistline, you’re already blessed with a naturally balanced and curvaceous body shape. To enhance your figure further, alterations can focus on accentuating your curves.

Consider alterations such as taking in the waist to create a more fitted look, or adding boning to the bodice to provide additional support and emphasize your hourglass shape. A mermaid or trumpet-style dress can be an excellent choice for showcasing your curves, and alterations can be made to ensure a snug fit that flatters your silhouette.

Pear Shape: Balancing and Flattering Proportions

Pear-shaped bodies typically have narrower shoulders and a smaller bust compared to wider hips and thighs. The aim with alterations for a pear shape is to balance the upper and lower body proportions while highlighting your waistline.

Consider alterations such as adjusting the neckline to draw attention to your upper body, or adding volume to the shoulders through select padding or alterations to create a more balanced look. Incorporating a ball gown or A-line silhouette can help even out your proportions and make you feel like a princess on your special day.

Apple Shape: Creating Definition and Structure

Apple-shaped bodies tend to have a fuller midsection with less-defined waists and slender legs. The goal with alterations for an apple shape is to create definition and structure, while diverting attention from the midsection.

Consider alterations such as adding a corset or illusion panel to create the illusion of a defined waistline. Opt for strategic seams or ruching to create a slimming effect, or choose a dress with an empire waistline to draw attention away from the midsection. These alterations can help create a more balanced silhouette and enhance your natural curves.

Rectangle Shape: Adding Curves and Enhancing Proportions

Rectangular-shaped bodies tend to have a straight silhouette, with minimal curve definition. The objective with alterations for a rectangle shape is to add curves and enhance proportions to create a more feminine look.

Consider alterations such as adding padding or boning to the bodice to create the illusion of fuller curves. Opt for a dress with ruffles, tiers, or draping to add dimension and enhance your proportions. Alterations can also include cinching the waistline to create a more defined hourglass shape. These alterations can help create a more feminine and shapely silhouette.

Your Premium Wedding Alterations Experts!

We provide premium wedding dress alterations services under the expert guidance of Nadia Lef who has over three decades of experience in bridal alterations.

We are dedicated to providing you with the best quality wedding gown alterations services and the high level of customer service that we are known for. Our highly experienced bridal tailors and seamstresses will be happy to help you make all your dreams come true. Stop by our store in Etobicoke or contact us today to schedule an appointment, our alteration services are sure to make your gown look magnificent on your big day!


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