Beautiful custom wedding gowns have one thing in common: they are all made from the highest quality materials and fabrics. Choosing the right fabric for your gown is essential to ensuring that you stay cool and comfortable on your big day, and some fabrics are better suited for different types of gowns. When you work with Christopher Paunil, you can rest assured that we will help you choose the right materials for your one-of-a-kind dress. We specialize in creating custom wedding gowns in Toronto, and we would love to help you design the dress of your dreams. Contact us today to learn more about out atelier design experience!
CUSTOM WEDDING GOWN MATERIALS
OrganzaThis is one of the most popular types of wedding dress fabrics, likely because of its versatility. The term “satin” actually describes the finish of the fabric rather than the material itself, and satin may be made from 100 percent silk, 100 percent polyester, or a combination of both. This is a heavy, durable fabric, and it is ideal for structured gowns or brides getting married in the cooler months. Satin made from pure, natural fibers is breathable, but it is also susceptible to wrinkling.
Because chiffon is created from light woven fibers, chiffon is commonly chosen as an overlay for another more sturdy material. Its gauzy appearance also makes it perfect for delicate fabric rosette embellishments on a gown. Chiffon is a lightweight, sheer fabric that is usually made from either silk or nylon. While it is incredibly beautiful, chiffon is very susceptible to snagging, and the edges of the fabric may fray if not finished properly.
Also commonly made from silk, organza is another lightweight, transparent fabric that is a popular choice for brides. Organza provides the same gauzy appearance as chiffon, but it is much more structured, allowing it to serve more purposes than overlays and accents. This fabric is a great choice for brides who are getting married in warmer months, however, like chiffon, this delicate material snags easily.
Tulle is a durable, yet lightweight fabric that is commonly used to create veils, and it can also be incorporated into your dress to provide an airy, delicate aesthetic. Multiple layers of tulle may be used to create a plush, bouncy skirt, or tulle can be gathered in ruches to give a gown more structure. This net-like fabric offers slightly more transparency than chiffon and organza, but it offers a bit more structure.
Custom Wedding Gowns in Toronto
No matter which type of fabric you choose to include in your design, you can count on the team at Christopher Paunil to create a beautiful custom wedding gown that expresses your unique sense of style and complements your figure. We are happy to speak with you one-on-one during an in-person design consultation if you are in the Toronto area. Not local? Don’t worry — our stunning gowns can also be purchased at several fine retail locations around the country. Start designing your custom wedding gown with our team today!