Making a custom order? Please Read

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Jamosa Angels Bridal are happy to assist you in any way we can to give your ideal and perfect look for your special occasion.
We are confident you will be pleased with the workmanship and quality of our dresses.
We are excited and more than happy to assist you in any way we can.

In order to process your order and begin production, we need you to understand, agree, and sign off on the following:
order process

Once the client has decided on the dress style, color, size, and any other necessary dress information, the order can be processed. We provide a size chart and free measurements are done right at our store.
When the bride completes her selection, order is confirmed and submitted for production.
Since all dresses are made to order, 50% payment is required before we can begin production and the remaining 50% must be paid as soon as the delivery confirmation is sent to the bride when the dress arrives.

Most of our collection is made from 100% silk satin/ satin chiffon organza and taffeta .
Therefore, fabrics such as shantung may contain variations and irregularities which are characteristics of fine silk yarn.
These characteristics enhance the natural beauty of the fabrics and in no way should be treated as defects.

Please note that due to variations in dye-lots, fabric colors may vary if ever you choose a colored wedding gown.

If measurements are taken elsewhere, the client is responsible for those measurements and their accuracy.

We recommend choosing the larger size if you fall in between sizes; as dresses can only be taken in, not let out.
If a client chooses to order a size that is not recommended by one of our sales associates, the client must sign off on that size.
We are not responsible for a dress that does not fit after a client has signed off on the size.

Alterations

For any alterations made after you receive the garment, we have a tailor we may refer you to as the first adjustment being our cost.
The bride is responsible for her laundry costs.

Delivery / lead time
The estimated lead-time of your order is between 12–16 weeks, beginning when 50% down payment has been received for the entire bridal garmet.

We recommend you order the dress at least 4-6 month before the wedding date to allow time for transportation and any alterations that may be needed after you receive the dress.

*We recommend you factor in the dress arriving at least 2 month or greater before the wedding to allow for any alterations that may be needed.

We can provide rush orders with lead times under 16 weeks, but this depends entirely on our production schedule. All rush orders must first be approved, prior to ordering. Please check with your sales consultant for rush availability.

Our rush order shipping is expedited (3–5 business days).

Note:
All orders are shipped via FedEx , with an additional charge for expedited shipping. We only ship domestically within the Zambia with additional cost when the gown arrives.

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HAPPY LOVERS DAY: Are you married to your friend?

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At the core of every healthy marriage is a strong friendship. Sometimes, we can get so focused on the other aspects of the marriage relationship that we forget that our spouse should be our “Best Friend” too! Investing in your friendship with your spouse is one of the most important and most practical ways to invest into your marriage. 

Below are the six traits of true friendship. Make it a priority to grow in each of these areas and your marriage will grow stronger. You can also apply these same principles to all of your other friendships and those will grow as well.

1. Friends Forgive.

Friends don’t bring up old dirt and gossip about each other. They forgive and seek forgiveness with transparency and humility. There can be no grudges for a relationship to thrive.

“Love prospers when a fault is forgiven, but dwelling on it separates close friends.” Proverbs 17:9

2. Friends love unconditionally!

They are there for you when you need them most, not just when it’s convenient. A real friend is committed to you regardless of life’s circumstances.

“A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity.” Proverbs 17:17

3. Friends have your back!

Loyalty is vital to friendship. There’s no such thing as a “frenemy”. Someone once said, “A friend will bail you out of jail, but a “real friend” would have been arrested with you!”

“There are “friends” who destroy each other, but a real friend sticks closer than a brother.”Proverbs 18:24

4. Friends tell you the truth.

Even when it’s hard to hear, friends will speak the truth in love. There is nothing more toxic to a relationship than dishonestly.

“An honest answer is a sign of true friendship.“ Proverbs 24:26

5. Friends make each other better! 

A true friend will sharpen you and make you a better person by their positive influence and encouragement in your life.

“As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend.” Proverbs 27:17

6. Friends communicate openly. 

Open, honest and authentic communication will keep a relationship going strong. Make the effort to communicate regularly. Communication in a relationship is like breathing…it must be done consistently to stay alive and healthy.

“I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.”John 14:15

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  • HAPPY LOVERS DAY ! ARE YOU MARRIED TO YOUR FRIEND?

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    At the core of every healthy marriage is a strong friendship. Sometimes, we can get so focused on the other aspects of the marriage relationship that we forget that our spouse should be our “Best Friend” too! Investing in your friendship with your spouse is one of the most important and most practical ways to invest into your marriage. 

    Below are the six traits of true friendship. Make it a priority to grow in each of these areas and your marriage will grow stronger. You can also apply these same principles to all of your other friendships and those will grow as well.

    Photo courtesy of ShutterStock.com 

    1. Friends Forgive.

    Friends don’t bring up old dirt and gossip about each other. They forgive and seek forgiveness with transparency and humility. There can be no grudges for a relationship to thrive.

    “Love prospers when a fault is forgiven, but dwelling on it separates close friends.” Proverbs 17:9

    2. Friends love unconditionally!

    They are there for you when you need them most, not just when it’s convenient. A real friend is committed to you regardless of life’s circumstances.

    “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity.” Proverbs 17:17

    3. Friends have your back!

    Loyalty is vital to friendship. There’s no such thing as a “frenemy”. Someone once said, “A friend will bail you out of jail, but a “real friend” would have been arrested with you!”

    “There are “friends” who destroy each other, but a real friend sticks closer than a brother.”Proverbs 18:24

    4. Friends tell you the truth.

    Even when it’s hard to hear, friends will speak the truth in love. There is nothing more toxic to a relationship than dishonestly.

    “An honest answer is a sign of true friendship.“ Proverbs 24:26

    5. Friends make each other better! 

    A true friend will sharpen you and make you a better person by their positive influence and encouragement in your life.

    “As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend.” Proverbs 27:17

    6. Friends communicate openly. 

    Open, honest and authentic communication will keep a relationship going strong. Make the effort to communicate regularly. Communication in a relationship is like breathing…it must be done consistently to stay alive and healthy.

    “I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.”John 14:15

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    HAPPY LOVERS DAY ! ARE YOU MARRIED TO YOUR FRIEND?

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    t the core of every healthy marriage is a strong friendship. Sometimes, we can get so focused on the other aspects of the marriage relationship that we forget that our spouse should be our “Best Friend” too! Investing in your friendship with your spouse is one of the most important and most practical ways to invest into your marriage. 

    Below are the six traits of true friendship. Make it a priority to grow in each of these areas and your marriage will grow stronger. You can also apply these same principles to all of your other friendships and those will grow as well.

    Photo courtesy of ShutterStock.com 

    1. Friends Forgive.

    Friends don’t bring up old dirt and gossip about each other. They forgive and seek forgiveness with transparency and humility. There can be no grudges for a relationship to thrive.

    “Love prospers when a fault is forgiven, but dwelling on it separates close friends.” Proverbs 17:9

    2. Friends love unconditionally!

    They are there for you when you need them most, not just when it’s convenient. A real friend is committed to you regardless of life’s circumstances.

    “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity.” Proverbs 17:17

    3. Friends have your back!

    Loyalty is vital to friendship. There’s no such thing as a “frenemy”. Someone once said, “A friend will bail you out of jail, but a “real friend” would have been arrested with you!”

    “There are “friends” who destroy each other, but a real friend sticks closer than a brother.”Proverbs 18:24

    4. Friends tell you the truth.

    Even when it’s hard to hear, friends will speak the truth in love. There is nothing more toxic to a relationship than dishonestly.

    “An honest answer is a sign of true friendship.“ Proverbs 24:26

    5. Friends make each other better! 

    A true friend will sharpen you and make you a better person by their positive influence and encouragement in your life.

    “As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend.” Proverbs 27:17

    6. Friends communicate openly. 

    Open, honest and authentic communication will keep a relationship going strong. Make the effort to communicate regularly. Communication in a relationship is like breathing…it must be done consistently to stay alive and healthy.

    “I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.”John 14:15

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    GODLY HUSBAND : “A blessed groom to be shared this with us…”

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    “Woman of God, blessed are you who marries a godly Man.”

    Christian men look to Jesus and the Bible as our moral backdrop.
    Calling ourselves Christians and truly believing what we say we believe compels to study the Bible and follow Jesus.

    The Husband “Code”

    Perhaps the most famous scripture about the husband to wife relationship is Ephesians 5:25,
    “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her…“.

    How can I possibly love how Jesus loved? A husband asked.
    This is a examination some key aspects of Jesus’ life through a husband’s eyes,.

    Jesus as our model of a good husband

    1. Know God: Jesus was very close to God (Luke 6:12, Matt 14:23, Mark 1:35, many others)

    Emphasis on very. Jesus spent time alone, in solitude, with God. His prayers were personal and intimate. As husbands, we need to lead by making God a priority in our lives – spending time studying his word and praying(with our wives and for our wives), and listening for direction. Really, all other aspects of a good husband flow from this single point, but let’s explore further:

    2. Obey God: Jesus obeyed his Father (Matt 26:36-42)

    Even when he absolutely did not want to obey, Jesus did. This is the mark of a true man – obedience against all will. How many opportunities do we have to do this as husbands when we know what we should do but feel like doing the opposite? Arguments, “being right”, sinning, lust, you name it. Our greatest opportunity for obedience is when it’s the last thing we want to do!

    3. Be Selfless: Jesus loved us sacrificially and selflessly (2 Cor 5:21)

    His death on the cross was the ultimate example of this. Against his will, he submitted himself to humility, pain, and death on the cross – taking on our sin – so we may become His righteousness. I can show my wife this type of love whenever I place her ahead of myself.

    The way Jesus loved us sacrificially was a purpose, not just an action. Loving sacrificially and selflessly should be a purpose in our lives as husbands, not an isolated set of behaviors where we hope to prove selflessness. This is a huge paradigm shift: your purpose as a husband is to love her selflessly. Married life takes on an entirely different light in this context!

    4. Have Friends: Jesus was not an island (Luke 6:13)

    Jesus had disciples, and he loved them dearly. As men, we cannot be islands unto ourselves. We need real accountability, real brotherly love, and real sharpening. Surround yourself with 2-3 trusted friends who love God (that’s crucial). Good friends and accountability help us become the husbands our wives need.

    5. Heal: Jesus was a healer (Luke 5:19, Luke 7:11, Mark 2:1-12)

    He healed lepers, the blind, the mute, the dead, the broken, and many others. He also healed hurting hearts. In our marriages, we are called to be healers. This translates into “making wrong things right” and bringing calm conclusions to brokenness. We can “heal” by bringing peace, speaking kindly, and doing whatever you can to make sure your wife and family are looked after when sick. The key point here is to be a catalyst to making sick things well – using words, prayer, and actions to repair damaged situations.

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    Budget range with Jamosa Angels Bridak gowns

    ​Article :  Budget Review at Jamosa Angels bridal

    Dear Bride to be..

    Regardless of a financial plan, sometimes you’ll see the love of the dress outweigh a promise to stick to price limitations. 

    Dream dresses may trump strict budgets, and parents, or even fiancés, plunk down a little more cash to get the bride exactly what she wants. Still, there are other couples who stick to their budgets, no matter what.
    With the slew of designer gowns, designer discount gowns, and custom and thrifted dresses, wedding gowns can run the gamut on prices, and while there are certainly extremes on both the higher and lower ends of the spectrum, what is a realistic wedding dress budget? As for Jamosa Angels , we are quite in the middle range despite having high quality European designer weddings gowns .
    For most future brides, it’s all about the dress. But, what a bride-to-be wants and what they can afford are two very different things. Budgets come into play, especially as the planning for a wedding unfolds. For some, the dress can hold a higher place on the list of spending priorities, and setting a realistic budget for the wedding gown depends on several budgeting factors, like who’s paying for what, for instance.
    According to Cost of Wedding gowns we supply  currently, price in “ZM’ on the average ; is $600 (K6000.00)

    The wedding gowns range from $450–$1,520 which is between K4500- K16,000 , depending on what state a person is buying their dress in. On top of that, average costs for dress accessories range from $19–$100.

    Your budget must accommodate accessories too.
    If the dress is a top priority for you, then it’s a good idea to budget the rest of the event accordingly by cutting back costs on other aspects.

    We are happy to assist brides of all walks ,but do remember that when YOU budget, check that its within the current range to avoid frustration…
    With warm regards, 
    Executive Directors and Partners,

    Jamosa Angels Bridal