Wedding Alterations

Wedding Sew in Bra Inserts/Cups ✔️ Toronto

Wedding bra cups are a great option to ensure the dress fits perfectly on your big day. They are designed to fit well underneath the fabric of the wedding gown, creating a flattering and seamless look. With these specialized pieces of apparel, the bride can focus on what really matters, celebrating with family and friends! Wedding bra inserts come in different cup sizes, so you’ll have no problems finding one that suits your needs.

• Round & Leaf Shapes
• White, Beige/Nude & Black Colours
• A, B, C, D, DD, DDD, G, and H sizes
• Polyester-covered foam
• 100% washable & dry cleanable

Free Bridal Consultation

We can sew the bra into your dress and this process involves careful placement, cutting, and hand-stitching to ensure that the bra is securely attached and fits seamlessly within the dress, providing the necessary support without compromising the garment’s original design. To make the process easier, we provide a FREE consultation with our wedding dress tailor.

Wedding Sew in Bra Cups Cost

The cost of sewing cups into a dress can vary depending on several factors including the complexity of the dress’s design and the type of cups being inserted. Generally, our service can range anywhere from $30 to $50. Our FREE consultation will provide you with the most accurate price. Once you try the dress and we know exactly what wedding alterations need to be made, we can recommend to you how we can transform it.

While most brides focus on finding the perfect dress, shoes, and jewelry for their special day, one item that is often overlooked is the wedding bra cup. A wedding bra cup is a small insert that fits into your bra to give you an extra lift or shape to your bustline. This small addition can make a big difference in how your dress looks, so it’s worth considering adding it to your ensemble. Let’s take a look at some of the key benefits of wearing wedding bra cups on your wedding day.

Better Fit and Support
A good fit and enough support are essential when it comes to finding the perfect dress for your big day. Without them, you may feel uncomfortable and self-conscious throughout the entire event. The right wedding bra cup can provide you with better fit and support by lifting you up, giving you more cleavage, and helping to keep everything in place all night long.

Shape and Lift
Good quality bra cups should also offer some shape and lift for those who need them. For those with fuller busts, it can help reduce strain on the neck and back by providing more support for the bust area. For smaller busts, it can add subtle curves to give you more of an hourglass figure when wearing form-fitting dresses or gowns.

Smooth Look
If you want a smooth look on your big day, then investing in a good quality bra cup is important. A well-fitted bra cup should ensure that there are no visible lines or bumps under your dress fabric, giving you a sleek look that won’t distract from the beauty of your dress itself.

Enhanced Bustline
Wedding bra cups can also enhance your bustline by making it look fuller and rounder than usual. This creates a natural hourglass shape that will complement any style of gown seamlessly. Plus, these cups come in different shapes and sizes so you can find one that gives you just the right amount of enhancement for your dream dress.

More Comfort
Comfort should never be overlooked when shopping for bridal attire. With a regular strapless or low-cut dress without straps, you could experience discomfort due to lack of support or slippage throughout the night, but not with a wedding bra cup! These inserts will help keep everything in its place while providing extra comfort as well as support all night long.

If you’re looking for an easy way to improve how your gown fits while still maintaining maximum comfort on your special day, then consider investing in a quality wedding bra cup today! After all, everyone deserves to look their best on their big day!

1. Take measurements of your bust by measuring around the fullest part of the chest.
2. Take the under-bust measurement by measuring just under the bust line.
3. Subtract the full-bust measurement from the under-bust measurement.
4. The difference in inches corresponds to a cup Size as seems below:

1″ = A
2″ = B
3″ = C
4″ = D
5″ = DD
6″ = DDD
7″ = G
8″ = H


A Size: 4 ¼”10.8cm
B Size: 4 ½”11.4cm
C Size: 4 ¾”12cm
D Size: 5 ¾”14.6cm
DD Size: 6″15.2cm
DDD Size: 6 ½”15.9cm
G Size: 6 ½”16.5cm
H Size: 6 ¾”17.1 cm


A Size: 4″x 5 ½”10.1x14cm
B Size: 4 ¼”x 5 ¾”10.8×14.6cm
C Size: 4 ½”x 6″11.4×15.2cm
D Size: 5″x 6 ½”12.7×16.5cm
DD Size: 5 ¼”x 6 ¾”13.3×17.1cm
DDD Size: 5 ¾”x 7″14.6×17.8cm
G Size: 6″x 7 ½”15.2x19cm
H Size: 6 ¼”x 7 ¾”15.9×19.7cm

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