Travel PolicyCelia Grace wedding dresses are available online and in bridal shops around the country (currently in Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Kansas, Illinois, & Florida). We offer a home try on sample box with one dress for $29 or two dresses for $49. Buy the home try on sample box from our shop page (http://www.celia-grace.com/shop/) and we'll mail you a size 4 or 12 sample dress to try on at home over a weekend. The try on cost is deducted from the cost of your dress when you place your order.
Describe your business in 1-3 short sentences.
We help brides look — and feel — more beautiful than ever before with a wedding dress that is made in a way that helps families around the world.
Each dress is exquisitely handmade with exclusive laces and oh-so-light-and-lovely heirloom silks that are as unique and gorgeous as you are. Celia Grace dressmakers work in safe conditions and earn a fair wage so they can take their kids to the doctor and send their girls to school. And we use environmentally-sustainable fabrics whenever possible and donate a school uniform in Cambodia for each dress sold.
Why do you want to work with APW Couples?
We love helping brides look and feel fabulously radiant on their big day through a wedding dress that looks great AND supports the things you care about most – community, fairness, family, the environment, and love and respect for others – things that APW readers are truly on board with.
Describe your artistic approach to weddings?
Our wedding dresses are simply beautiful and designed to let the bride’s beauty shine through. We believe that your smile is the most important thing you’ll wear on your wedding day — followed by your dress.
What are your non-work-related hobbies?
Outdoor adventures – from a walk to the playground to an epic backpacking trip; travel; listening to NPR while cooking dinner; baking scones & cakes.
What’s your favorite book?
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
If you could have a one minute dance party at your desk, what song would you pick?
Michael Franti’s [Everybody Ought to Hug Somebody] Once a Day