At All Brides Beautiful, we feature several designers whose prom dresses are made and manufactured the following in the USA. With beautiful details and intricate handy work, these gowns are absolutely stunning and therefore are truly unique.
Here are some of the designers we feature, created using American pride!
1) Modern Trousseau
Designed by Callie Tein, these gowns vary from beautiful lace detailing, to intricate sequin beading, to hand-stitched embroidery. Modern Trousseau prides itself on an entirely customizable selection. If you like the top gown, and also the bottom of a completely different gown, they are able to combine both styles together to produce your dream gown. Want it in a different color? No problem! They can make all your wedding gown dreams become a reality. We often give them a call for different customizations our brides request, plus they respond with “Whatever their heart desire!” That line perfectly describes the mentality of the Modern Trousseau team!
2) Jenny Yoo
Designed by Jenny herself, these gowns are made in the gorgeous city of Chicago, Illinois. Jenny Yoo creates beautiful, understated gowns which are simple, flowy, and stunning. These gowns are ideal for the bride who's getting married around the beach, outdoors, or perhaps in an intimate setting. With lovely tulle, silk chiffon, and laces, Jenny Yoo is renowned for making simplistic styles that may be worn by any bride of all ages. Jenny Yoo also creates stunning bridesmaid dress styles, such as the ever-popular, ‘Annabelle dress. Jenny realizes that while there are wedding traditions, rules are created to be broken, and she or he has broken with the bridal industry to create a name for herself and her collection.
3) Nicole Miller
Nicole Miller was created by Nicole herself in New York, she combines her art training with couture styles to produce this beautiful collection. These hip-hugging styles are architecturally created using lines and details which make them fantastic. Many of our beach brides wear Nicole Miller because of the effortless materials for example stretch silk, that offer structure and movement. Nicole Miller gowns have been in an amazing price range and therefore are great for the bride-to-be who is searching for simple elegance with showstopping shapes!
Designed by Carlos Ramirez, Liancarlo gowns are made in Miami, Florida. Carlos paints each gown before he creates it, making the gorgeous artistry go hand-in-hand together with his collections. He likes to combine classic styles with intricate beading and design to ensure they are truly unique. From metallic thread work to blossom-dotted bodices inspired by their own paintings, every piece implies that Carlos is an equal part designer and artist. Liancarlo gowns are made with the finest fabrics from both France and Italy, which makes them completely couture.
5) Couture by Sadie
Couture by Sadie is our personal, in-house designer and seamstress, situated in Hudson, Ohio. Couture by Sadie is made by Sadie Wallack, a graduate of Virginia Marti College, by having expertise in bridal. Sadie provides custom creations for brides that are unique and completely personalized to the individual. Unlike other designers, Sadie works one-on-one along with you from start to finish of your wedding dress process. She combines tradition, with modern influences and it is inspired by fine silks and European laces. Couture by Sadie may be the way to completely make your gown from start to finish. Sadie has personal expertise with this, as she created her own navy cocktail dress for her 2023 wedding, and created our sales associate’s gowns for her wedding this month. Sadie personally creates every gown and can make your wedding dress dreams become a reality!
Stay tuned for photos in our sales associate, Emily’s gown which was custom-made from Couture by Sadie.
Unlike a number of other bridal boutiques, we feel the need for made-in-America products and fashions. This 4th of July, you want to celebrate the gorgeous designers we feature that are made the following in the USA! God Bless America!
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