Every woman possesses a unique beauty, and the premier goal of Heirlooms by Laurie Olson Williams is to assist her in creating the gown that most perfectly compliments her unique beauty.
Laurie offers Consultations by
Appointment only, please.
Laurie uses her passion for historical styles, her skill for custom fitting, and her unique sense of design to create one-of-a-kind wedding gowns that both flatter the wearer and embody her personal style. Eager to incorporate luxurious fabrics, lavish amounts of hand worked details, and splashes of color, Laurie creates gowns not only particularly suited to their wearers, but worthy of being handed down for generations.
Heirlooms by Laurie offers:
Five reasons to consider
a custom made gown:
A custom made gown fits like it was made just for you because it was. Custom clothiers take into consideration not only your dress size but your proportions when they create a gown for you, and will work with you to make you look the best you can.
Have a passion for silk? A love of lush, opulent fabrics? A soft spot for lace? The desire to have a little color spice up your gown? A custom made gown can incorporate all of your favorite details. Whether you want a sleek, modern gown or a lavish, historically inspired one, a custom clothier can accommodate your wishes, even when you change your mind.
No one else in the world has your taste, your style, your figure. So why should they be wearing your gown? Why should you be wearing theirs? But that is exactly what happens when you go to a boutique – you end up with someone else's dream.
Are you aware that when you buy a gown off of the rack, several people have had a hand in making it? There are cutters, and stitchers, and the people who do the beadwork, and the ones who do the finishing work. Much of the work on wedding gowns is done overseas, in a small factory setting. When your gown is custom made, you know exactly where it was made and by whom.
Most commercially made gowns need to have some alterations done, even though that gown wasn't put into production until you ordered it.