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The Wedding Gown Tailor Home

Congratulations! You just bought the most important dress you’ll ever wear, and now you need a refined and custom fit. Our seamstresses are specialists in the intricacies of fine fabrics and couture details, and we would love to deliver the perfect fit for your unique measurements.

The Wedding Gown Tailor Home About


It's a pleasure to meet you, I'm Genna!

My interest in sewing spans over two decades starting with my grandmother teaching me the art of mending. In college, I accepted an apprenticeship in a bridal alterations workshop where I honed my skills and entered a career as a full-time seamstress. After the birth of my first child in 2019, I left my job in Nashville and decided to focus on my family and a new adventure in entrepreneurship. I can't wait to welcome you into my studio and give you the fit of your dreams.




Wedding Gown Alterations

Finesse the fit and length of your wedding gown and add custom details such as a bustle, sleeves, or modesty coverage.


Hand Pressing

Have your gown and veil professionally hand pressed. This complimentary service for clients of The Wedding Gown Tailor is also available a la carte.


Heirloom Restoration

Bring your vintage and heirloom veils and gowns and have them restored, refitted, or repurposed. This service is available seasonally November to February.

The Wedding Gown Tailor Home Process


Once you request a consultation, you will receive a phone call where we will chat about your goals for your gown and schedule a first fitting for about 8 weeks before your wedding. This is so that your measurements can stay consistent until the wedding day.

At your first fitting, we will work together to turn your vision for your gown into reality. You will learn about the exact cost to alter your dress and we will set the following appointments.


At the final fitting, we celebrate your finished gown with one last try-on. We will teach your attendants how to put the bustle together and give you tips on dressing for your big day. 



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