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Custom Couture

If you are interested in having the Head Designer behind Sweet Pea Souls handcraft a custom gown for your child, request a virtual or in-person private consultation below. 


The Sweet Pea Souls designer will create gowns for baby girls and boys, flower girl's dresses, or first communion gowns.  Made to fit your child's shape, a custom Sweet Pea Souls garment is as unique to your child's body as their fingerprint.

We have a large selection of exquisite bridal lace that our custom clients may choose from.  We also offer lining options such as 100% mulberry silk or stunning silk dupion.  Sweet Pea Souls has access to thousands of high-quality textiles in a large variety of patterns, weaves, and colours.

Bookings are essential for custom designs.  Current turnaround is three months, but is subject to change based on availability.  Sweet Pea Souls welcomes interstate and international clients.  Further questions?  Contact Sweet Pea Souls by email.


The Sweet Pea Souls atelier is located in the eastern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia.

Exact address provided upon confirmed booking.


Tuesdays & Fridays



Prices for custom gowns vary depending on the complexity of the garment and the textiles selected.


Customs start at $1,500 AUD. 

Request a Private Consultation

To request a private consultation with the Sweet Pea Souls designer, fill out and submit the form below.  The designer will respond to your request within 48-hours.

Cosultation Type:

By ticking the box below, I understand and agree to the following:

  • The turnaround time for a custom garmet is up to eight weeks.

  • I agree to Sweet Pea Souls Terms & Conditions

  • A $50 consultation fee may apply if a purchase is not made during the consultation.

Ethical & Sustainable Fashion

Sweet Pea Souls is 100% committed to never using real fur in our designs.  Any fur used on our garments is 'faux' fur.

Our Head Designer can source 'peace silk' when requested.  Peace silk is as luxurious as conventional silk, yet the method used to harvest the silk fibres does not result in the death of the silk worm.

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