At All About the Gown, we understand that finding the perfect dress as a mother of the bride or groom, or wedding guest can feel like a daunting task. Our expert team is here to help you select the perfect silhouette, color, and comfort level for the wedding day. Whether you are purchasing a made-to-order gown or from our off-the-rack selection, our team is here to educate you through the process. We are by appointment only to provide the best experience for you and our consultants, and to ensure that our collection is properly maintained as many mothers & social occasion guests do purchase off the rack. 


Our curated collection ranges between $350 - $1,000 & serves sizes 4 - 26W with sample's sized from 6 to 24W. 

We are by appointment only to provide the best experience for all guests, our consultants, and to preserve our curated collections. 

We recommend purchasing a gown 6-9+ months out from the wedding, but we are able to accommodate shorter timelines with our off-the-rack selection. Our made-to-order pieces are available in other colors & sizes as long as the timeline allows for ordering. 

Every appointment will work one-on-one with our expert stylists to help you sort through your options. We know finding a dress can feel overwhelming, but it is what we are here for. ​Our stylists will educate you on the process, the options, & alterations that may need to be done to achieve the perfect fit. The more time you allow for ordering and alterations, the less-stressed you and the wedding party will be.


Our appointments are 90 minutes long. Our trained stylists will spend the first hour dedicated to understanding your vision & narrowing down styles looking to find you a few favorites. In the last half-hour, you will say YES to the dress, finalize your details and measurements, and place your order or go over your next alterations steps!  

We understand schedules can change so we request you cancel or reschedule your reserved appointment with 24 hours notice so we may offer your time to another guest as our availability is limited.

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