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1. How Many Colors?
Add 50 for each Light Color and 100 for each Dark Color you would like on your dress.
(ex: Red, Orange and Yellow = 250)
2. Fabric Layers?
For one color options you pick a main color. I slightly darken that color along the rim of the dress. I then follow that with a large section of color you choose followed by lighter tints until it's blended out completely.
Three or More Colors follow the same process just with more transitions. Keep in mind for soft ombre fades the colors need to mix well. For example you can't have red and yellow without orange in the middle, unless you dont want the colors to fade together. Bellow are some examples of 3, 4, 5, and 6 color fades.
Types of Trains
SWEEP - Also called the “brush,” this train is less than a foot and a half long, barely dusting the ground.
CHAPEL - The most popular and most traditional choice for brides. They extend between 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 feet from the waist.
CATHEDRAL - Chapel trains taken to the extreme. They extend between 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 feet from the waist.
MONARCH - Extending 12+ feet from the waist.
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3. Length of Dress
Short - 10
Tea Length - 50
Sweep - 200
Chapel - 300
Cathedral - 400
Monarch - Email me for estimate.
Now Time for some Math!
Follow questions 1 - 3 and keep track of the Numbers.
Then add the 3 amounts together to get your total!
See the Gray boxes to the right for helpful info and examples.
EXAMPLE - The Sunset Dress
1. Colors: 2 Light Colors 3 Dark Colors =$400
2. Fabric: Lace 5 Plus Layers = $700
3. Length: Chapel =$300
Color + Fabric + Length = Estimate
$400 + $700 +$300 = $1400
You taking the time to do a little math is extreamly helpful, so I can devote my time to adding the perfect touch of color . So Thank YOU!
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Want Something New?
I have been experimenting with many ideas!
UV Neon Colors, Metalic Colors, Iredsent Colors, Patterning and more! Email me if you would like to discuss further. Pricing will vary from what is shown here.
For two color options you pick 2 main colors that blend well. I use the darkest color along the rim of the dress. I then blend that color into the 2nd color. Lastly blend the 2nd color out completely so your dress is back to its orginal color around mid thigh.