Frequently Asked Questions

Buying a dress can be stressful not to mention the cost, will it not be wonderful to have the best of both worlds, a fabulous dress sourcing experience, good quality and for a fraction of the price?? Fit wedding dresses form wholesalers and boutiques form all over SA for the price of only one fitting fee.
Yes, unfortunately you forfeit your fitting and fee. You are welcome to privately sell your booking or give it to a friend. IMPORTANT: if you do so contact us with the name change or have the person taking over your booking report to reception using your name, we will then adjust their details on the day.
Yes. Absolutely. Only brides with a prior appointment for a fitting will be allowed to fit dresses. We want to create a comfortable environment for you, and give you the personal attention you deserve.
You will meet CREDIBLE wedding industry suppliers who will be exhibiting at the sale.
They do not pay a fitting fee or entrance to the Popup – they will however have to pay the EXPO entrance fee at the gate. But please, no more than two guests.
Dresses will be clearly tagged and marked indicating the Original Price as well as the Sale price. Debit and Credit cards will be accepted for dress payments. Be ready to buy – dresses are only on sale for the special sale weekend. No lay buys or late payments. Full dress payment is required on the day.
We have put a lot of effort into selecting quality gowns. 90% of dresses are new and sample designer dresses form upmarket boutiques, there will be a few pre-loved garments, all dresses are clearly marked and indicated the type of dress.
No. All dresses are sold “voetstoots” – based on what you have fitted and can see on the day of the fitting.

Try not to wear MAKE-UP please. 

You will have a specific fitting slot with your own assistant and fitting room, you may come a half  hour before your slot to brows and view dresses.

We suggest that brides have an idea of the style and fit they are looking for in their wedding gown.

Manage your expectations about the level of service you will receive at a sample sale. Don’t confuse this with a bridal appointment in a boutique.

Be very picky about who you bring with you to the sale: We do not recommend bringing more than one guest, as your own opinion matters the most. Bring a friend that is honest and decisive and understands your personality and what you hope to find. After all, purchasing a gown at a sample sale is not a decision that you can sleep on.

No buyer’s remorse.