Non-traditional weddings are a blast! I mean, who doesn’t love to dress up like they did in the Renaissance? We can handle just about any theme you throw at us, we’re just that good at our jobs! Some popular themes in the past include Renaissance of course. We have so many options for both men and women in our rental and sale stock. Or if you’d prefer we can make you a custom dress or outfit. It’s not a problem. Just give us a call and make an appointment with our designer so you can discuss fabric, trim, and style.
Steampunk is another theme that has surfaced in recent years. What is ‘steampunk’ you Steampunk is another theme that has surfaced in recent years. What is ‘steampunk’ you may ask? Well, it could be described by the slogan “What the past would look like if the future had happened sooner.” There are even subgenres within this historical futuristic genre: Victorian inspired looks, American old west, and even medieval ages steampunk. The key to a great steampunk look is mixing unexpected accessories with typical suits or dresses of the time period.
Star Wars, 1920s, Halloween Horror, and anime are other typical weddings we’ve seen. We have both sale and rental costumes to accommodate the wedding parties and guests for these themes and many others! Visit us and speak with one of our associates to discuss your wedding wear options.
Well, we’ve got plenty of costumes here for events such as Dragon*Con – for example, Harry Potter costumes and accessories (like robes, ties, wands, glasses, scarves, and other items – even Dumbledore’s hat, hair, and beard or McGonagall’s hat), or Star Trek costumes and uniforms (original or new), several items in the style of Tolkien’s universe, a full selection of theatrical makeup, stage blood, all sorts of wigs, black or white feather wings, demon horns, pirate outfits (including boots and hats), as well as several other costumes and accessories that are perfect for any upcoming convention. We also have parade costumes and furries!
We hope no one–since we put some up and all. Check out our Photos page if you’d like to see some; so far, we’ve got “La Boheme” as presented by Converse College, as well as “Pirates of Penzance” as presented by Furman University. Both of these schools have fantastic opera programs–if you want more information, be sure to stop by their sites: this is the Furman Department of Music’s page, and here’s Converse Opera Theatre’s site.
Both of the shows were fantastic; we definitely recommend catching any of their shows if you get the chance.
Anyway, we’ll be uploading more photos soon, as we find time to do so.