Our wedding date was August 11th. I found and bought my dress in this salon on August 10th! Not that the search and purchase of the dress was delayed until the very last moment. This time I was bitterly deceived by a seamstress who had started working on my dress several months earlier. Although the promise was constantly made that the dress was in order and that it was coming to an end, holding it as if for the last time, I realized that sewing the hem was not the last thing to do. The dress did not lie on the body. Several seams were re-drawn from new because they were too narrow or too wide. Looking at myself in the mirror, I couldn’t see how the dress would look when finished. It had been 2 weeks since the previous holding, but the change in dress readiness was minimal. It was 3 days before the wedding. After this hold, I realized I had to look for a backup plan because I had lost faith in my seamstress. After a restless and sleepless night, I remembered that once I walked down Avotu Street, I liked a shop window where wedding dresses were very different from other salons around. Luck was on my side and the day before the wedding there was a free moment in the salon where I could look and try on dresses. I was greeted by really kind and responsive shop staff. After a leisurely look and holding the dresses my real one was found. Of course, the dress needed a couple adjustments (length, taking a few seams, loosening it, etc.). When I said the answer to the question – what date is my special day, the girls in the store thought I’m kidding. Realizing that the wedding was indeed the next day, the girls mobilized fast as lightning, and the shop tailor was called, and in the afternoon I went to repeated measuring to mark the necessary adjustments. I can’t believe I actually found my dress the day before the wedding. On the morning of the wedding day, I came to the salon with a makeup and hairstyle so that the girls in the salon would put on my dress and go to church. At that moment, I felt like a Hollywood movie about a wedding at the last minute. It should be noted that the dressmaker had done her job with honor, the dress felt very comfortable and free throughout the day and night of the wedding. I would add that the material of the dress was grateful for different weather conditions. Our wedding day was the day it finally rained this summer. Of course, at the end of the day, the bottom of the dress was shabby as most of the day was spent in the meadow and in the woods. Before the first waltz stood in the bathtub, a man with a couple of helpers rinsed the bottom of the dress, dried it with a hairdryer and there was nothing to suggest that it had just been dark gray. Now the dress for the occasion is set in a closet and is waiting for her story to be told to our children and grandchildren. Girls, I heartily recommend the Amelia studio. Not only because this salon saved my wedding, but because of the attitude the salon treats its customers. While solving my dress problems, I saw with care how the salon deals with clients who were sewing their wedding dress there. Salon girls try to make each client feel special and find their right dress. In this salon you can dream of your dress. Thank you very much again for my dress and handling in an unusual situation. Have a beautiful and long life!