Walk the aisle in style

I Do! Bridals provides fashionable, high-quality wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and bridal accessories.

24 September 2018 | Business

Kaatri Brumfitt, owner; "...we will work tirelessly to get you that dream dress at an affordable price.”

Leandrea Louw

We’re all familiar with the show Say yes to the dress on the TLC channel.

Imagine that, right here in Swakopmund.

I Do! Bridals situated in the heart of Swakopmund provides fashionable, high-quality wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and bridal accessories.

Kaatri Brumfitt, owner of I Do! Bridals, says that she never thought she had a passion for the bridal industry, until she got engaged and started searching for her dream dress.

“I fell in love with the whole process of finding that perfect dress, plus the satisfaction and excitement I got when I finally found the dress of my dreams. After this, I wanted to help others experience the same joy and satisfaction I felt. It started as a home based business in 2013, and in 2017 we moved into our own shop. I Do! Bridals is not just a business but a passion. The excitement of seeing the bride in her dress for the first time and sharing in the joy that this brings. As a result, we will work tirelessly to get you that dream dress at an affordable price.”

I Do! Bridals offers custom and ready-made wedding, bridesmaids, and flower girl dresses for sale or rent.

They also offer accessories which include shoes, jewellery, hair clips, garters, veils, gloves, necklaces and tiaras.

“We do have shop stock of various dresses, but our business is mainly based on orders. We also specialise in custom-made wedding and bridesmaids dresses tailor made to your needs.”

Other services include steaming of dresses as well as wedding dress alternations, done by the in-house designer, Sharon Iiyambo, who is a qualified fashion designer.

“A bride along with her bridal party can make an appointment to fit our wedding dresses in store. There are two fitting packages from which the bride can choose.”

The standard fitting package is a one hour session charged at N$50 fee per wedding dress fitted, and optional sparkling wine charged at N$100.

The Premium fitting package costs N$950 and it includes the following:

·3 hours fitting session with 100% privacy (after hours)

·Unlimited number of wedding dresses to fit

·Sparkling wine and snacks

“Every woman dreams of their wedding day, and at I Do! Bridals we understand the importance of this special occasion. Our mission is to help you turn that dream into a reality.”

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