Alterations are the key to any wedding gown. It is rare that our body is the same size in the bust, waist, and hip. At Destiny's Bride, we take measurements of your body to determine what size to order your gown in. Generally, we use the largest measurement for ordering. It is always easier to take a gown in than to order fabric to make it larger. Our incredible seamstresses, Nettie and Martha, have been hand crafting gowns for as long as they can remember.

In Arizona, alterations range from $700-$2000. That's a lot of money to spend that close to your wedding. We value our brides and want to make life easier for you. For this reason, we guarantee our alterations to never exceed our capped amount. For our alterations pricing, please call us at 480-368-8868.  No one else in Arizona offers capped alterations pricing. In fact, most boutiques do not even offer alterations. We want to be there with you from the moment you say YES to your gown, to walking down the aisle.


Redesign is changing the design of the gown. If you absolutely love a gown but wish it had a lower back, we can do it! If you want full sleeves on your strapless gown, let's create it! Redesign is an additional charge on top of alterations, but you will have a custom gown that no one else in the world has. If you can dream it, we want to create it. Our knowledgeable stylists know what can be done with each gown and will educate you on the process. Our stylists get weekly training from the seamstresses on new techniques to better know our gowns and help you say yes with ease.

Here are some changes that can be done here at Destiny's but the list is endless and begins with your imagination.

lower/raise a back

detachable train

high/lo skirt

add/remove sleeves

add/remove rhinestones

raise/lower neckline

create an over skirt

illusion straps

add/remove buttons

add/remove sewn on belt

custom veils

 add deep V / make a deep V more modest

Click on the pictures below to see descriptions of what changes were made. Lower your volume for the video. It's a tad bit loud :)