Most brides start their gown hunt months in advance, but there is always a chance of some things not working out 😎 Maybe you need an alteration, or the dress salons have unexpectedly shut down 😎 Perhaps you’re deciding to elope, and marry in less than a week 👍 You’re excited but now also stressed out. Well, you can relax, because as it turns out, it is possible to find a dress at the last minute as long as you’re willing to be a little flexible with your choices. You should also do some research. We’re here to simplify things for you. Here’s our advice on where you can find something last-minute and stunning. 
If there’s one thing that can plunge a bride into sheer panic is finding out they do not have enough time to order ‘The Dress’ and with the average dress taking 6 months to order many brides have been disappointed, but have no fear! London Bride and Mori Lee having teamed up to ensure that every bride can get her favorite gown in perfect condition and on time. The lovely Mori Lee are now offering an Express Bridal Service with 8 week and 4 week delivery options on their most beautiful and sought after designer gowns, isn’t that nice? Take a look at these designs for last-minute brides and let your stress melt away. You can find out more about ordering your wedding dress and the best time to place it. Wedding dress without any stress take a look at our FAQ’s. 
Mechelle Finch at sheereverafter.com, explains how since bridal gown salons have the broadest range of dresses on offer, it’s a great place to start looking to see what’s within easy reach. Even if they don’t currently have a off-the-rack gown to sell, a bridal salon may be able to at least point you in the right direction. Ask around to see which salons have the fastest dress production times. It can take up to eight months to receive a custom-made gown (equal to the normal buying method), but there may be an option for an additional rush fee in certain cases if you have more money. Heather Flores of Jining Shandong in China, March 11, 2021. 
One of the most enjoyable parts about shopping at a bridal boutique, is measuring for a custom made dress. Pre-ordered dresses weddings and elopements don’t offer that step of the process, but each dress should have a size chart that shows the measurements for bust, waist, and hip. If you’re unsure which size you fit into, the best option is to order a soft cloth measuring tape and double check loose measurements at those three points. If you are able to tailor, it is worth ordering one size larger. Vanda C. Was the one who brought this to our attention.