Brides-to-be: are you lost in the sea of wedding dresses? With so many different styles to choose from, and so many bridal boutiques around, it’s difficult to know where to start. Whether you’re looking for a wedding gown rental, getting a dress made by a dressmaker or buying one off the shelf, we’ve slimmed down the search to these bridal shops in Singapore.
Best bridal shop for couture wedding gowns
Bridal boutique L’Atelier Carte Blanche was born out of a desire to make wedding couture more accessible to brides in Singapore. It’s full of exceptional designer gowns, combining the latest trends and timeless looks in couture, so you can look fresh off the runway on your big day!
Inspired by the modern female spirit, the boutique offers fashion-forward gowns that are rare finds in Singapore. It’s also the exclusive partner of Eva Lendel and WONA Concept, which have been featured in fashion runways worldwide and dressed the likes of Brazilian model Adriana Lima.
1 Marne Road, #01-21 (by appointment only)
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Dressmaker for wedding dresses
Hong Kong-born founder Christie Choi grew up in a dressmaker family, where she first learnt dressmaking under her mother’s tutelage. After completing her further studies in the UK, she returned home to help run the family business, but eventually moved here, where she started this bridal shop in Singapore, CCM Wedding.
Each 90-minute appointment ensures that every bride (or mother) is given undivided attention through a detailed consultation. Apart from bespoke gowns, this bridal boutique showcases ready-to-wear collections to buy and wedding gown rental. CCM Wedding also specialises in evening gowns, cheongsams and qun kuas (traditional Chinese wedding dress).
Bridal shop for alternative brides
Frieda Brides’ story began when founder Natalia was struggling to find the perfect dress for her beachfront wedding. Seeing how hard it was for brides-to-be to find boho and simpler wedding dresses in Singapore, as well as good quality designer wedding gowns, without breaking the bank, she went on to start Frieda Brides and the rest is history!
Tucked in the second floor of a shophouse along Kampong Bahru, the cosy boutique is blessed with plenty of natural light, which makes for great photos. Natalia handpicks brands from across the globe, including popular Anna Campbell from Melbourne, and New York-based label Tatyana Merenyuk. You’ll find a fab assortment at accessible prices, from flowy bohemian styles perfect for destination weddings, to more formal designs suitable for the altar. We’ve fallen head over heels with Aussie brand Made with Love – think elegant, lace-focused designs in flattering cuts. Wedding gown rentals available too.
Wedding gowns from around the world
Founded by sisters Linda and Michelle, the modern Parisian-inspired bridal shop brings in dresses from emerging designers around the world. If you’re into the fine art bridal aesthetic – luxurious fabrics, intricate beading, unique lace – you’ll definitely find something here. Out to splurge? Check out Alon Livne White for his opulent creations, favoured by celebs including Beyoncé. (If Queen B likes it, high chance it’ll be good enough for you!) New styles of wedding dresses arrive every month.
For wallet-friendly wedding gowns
This bridal boutique houses a wide selection of on-trend wedding dresses in Singapore at affordable prices. New in-house designs are brought in every three months. Looking for a fuss-free experience? Head to their website, where you can customise your bridal package to what you need.
For bigger-budget wedding gowns
This multi-label boutique offers wedding dresses exclusively for purchase by international designers like Berta (from $14,000), Zuhair Murad (from $12,000), Romona Keveza (from $9,000). Apart from the wide array of bridal dresses – from grand ballgowns to flattering mermaid styles – brides can also shop a niche range of evening gowns if they’re hosting a wedding dinner.
Tip: Other boutiques that carry international designer labels include The Prelude Bridal (with lines such as Christos and Badgley Mishka).
Bespoke bridal shop
Jade and Letitia’s passion for design led them to start their own dressmaking shop. They believe women are complex creatures with multifaceted styles and seek to use their experience to create pieces that flatter each individual’s body and show off their personality.
Tip: Another boutique which offers bespoke designs is Caramel & Co.