Most of this information is applicable to the Peter Trends flagship store in Sydney. Peter Trends Bridal stockists around Australia may provide different replies, please contact your stockist or our head office for more details.
Do I need an appointment to view the Peter Trends Bridal Collections?
Yes, if you would like to visit the Peter Trends flagship store in Sydney. We are located at 98 Pacific Hwy Roseville NSW 2069. Our hours are:
- Monday – Friday: 9am to 5pm
- Thursday: 9am to 7.30pm
- Saturday: 9am to 3.30pm
There is customer parking at the rear of the shops, accessible from Maclaurin Pde. We are directly opposite Roseville train station.
If you would like to visit a Peter Trends Bridal stockist around Australia, please contact us directly and we will introduce you to your nearest stockist. Or alternatively, please see our stockist page for stockist details.
Do I need to make an appointment to look at accessories?
So we can best attend to your needs, we do ask that you make an appointment.
How long is my appointment?
Bridal gown appointments last for approximately 60 minutes. If you are travelling from interstate, we usually allow 2 hours.
How far in advance do I need to order my gown?
It’s best to allow 6 – 9 months before your wedding to order a gown. We also have purchase order options if you need a rush order, please contact us for details.
How do I pay for my gown?
If you are ordering a Made to Order gown, we require a 30% deposit at the time you order your gown. The gown is put into production when 50% is paid. Peter Trends Bridal offers a payment plan of up to 6 months to make your bridal gown purchase as easy as possible.
You can pay by cash, we take all credit cards, or direct deposit. When the gown arrives, we’ll contact you to let you know, and schedule a fitting.
Can I complete my entire look in one appointment?
Absolutely! Not only do many brides find their dress on their first visit to Peter Trends Bridal, but they also select all their accessories (veils, headpieces, shoes, jewellery etc) to compliment their gown and create the whole bridal ensemble.
Are alterations complimentary?
Due to the highly specialised nature of bridal gowns, there is a charge for alterations. Most of the collections at Peter Trends Bridal are made to stock sizes, therefore alterations are required to get the final perfect fit.
Can I arrange for my own alterations?
If you have a trusted alterations provider, you can have your dress altered by them when you have finalised payment of your gown. Any alterations and fittings organised with your own alterations provider will have to be carried out at their own premises.
We cannot be held liable for any alterations that are not carried out by our recommended bridal alterations specialist.
How many fittings will I need?
Most brides require 2-3 fittings to ensure the perfect fit.
What happens if I loose or gain weight?
The measurements we take on your first fitting will be those that will be used for the production of your gown. We cannot be liable if your measurements change substantially from the time we order your dress, to the time it is delivered.
Can I take photos of gowns when I try them?
We do not allow cameras or phones in the fitting rooms while you are viewing our collections. Once you have purchased a dress, you may take as many pictures as you’d like.
Does Peter Trends make to measure or create bespoke designs?
Within our collections, there are a selection of styles that can be modified as requested. Brides can choose from design features within our ranges and have their gown created from there.
What is the price range of your gowns?
The starting point is our in-house Peter Trends collections, which range from $1,200 – $3,000. We have two stunning European designed labels, both based in Barcelona; Fara Sposa and Rosa Clara, with prices ranging from $2,200 – $6,000.
Our luxury couture labels, Yaki Ravid and Julie Vino range from $7,000 – $12,000.
Do you sell bridesmaid dresses or mother of the bride dresses?
No, Peter Trends Bridal specializes in bridal gowns and accessories only.
What should I bring to my appointment?
You are welcome to bring images of gowns you have seen on our web site, social media, in magazines, or on line.
What size gowns are available for me to try on?
Many of our samples are the traditional sample size, which is 10-12. However we also offer a large selection of gowns in sizes 16-26.
When should I expect to receive my gown?
Your bridal gown consultant will notify when your wedding gown has arrived. The dress is delivered to us directly from the production company and we perform a thorough quality control check on each gown. When we are happy that the gown is perfect, you shall be called to schedule your first fitting.
Who does the alterations?
We have engaged the services of a bridal alterations specialist to do your wedding gown alterations. The alterations are carried out at a separate location which operates with flexible hours for your convenience.
When should I schedule my first alterations fitting?
The details of our alterations specialist will be given to you at the time you order your gown. When we have notified you that your gown has arrived, you can book in your alterations.
Once you have your first fitting in store, you can take your gown with you to have your alterations completed with the alterations specialist.
What should I bring to my first fitting?
You should bring the shoes and the lingerie you will wear on your wedding day to your first fitting in store, then you will need to bring them to the alterations specialist.