Tag Archives: diy bride
1920’s wedding gown reconstruction follow-up! Circle skirt is going to be pinned to the bodice with a v-shaped dropped waistline. I find it easier to do it on a dress-form rather than try to draft the exact seam curve on … Continue reading
I was so excited to see the inside of the wedding dress made in 1920’s! Want to have a look? Hook and eye closure in front at neck-line. Neckline and closure placket are finished with voile bias binding, final stitching … Continue reading
How cool is that? Offer your bridesmaids garters with pouch for tiny alcohol drinks!
As promised, here are the pictures of the finished bridal brooch bouquet! Plenty of hand-rolles satin roses, shabby chic chiffon flowers in ivory – champagne color palette… adorned with crystal and pearl brooches and pins. I used a beautiful Victorian … Continue reading
New bridal sashes – new bridal colors! 1. WHITE 2. OFF WHITE 3. BRIDAL WHITE 4 . IVORY 1. IVORY WITH BLUSH SHADE 2. BEIGE 3. TOFFEE 4. SAND 5. CHAMPAGNE 1: NUDE 2. BLUSH 3. TAN 4. PLATINUM Crystal … Continue reading
So, now that I have lots of handmade flowers, I decided to create new wedding sashes. Here are some of the designs that I came up with. Champagne and Caramel!Satin ribbon sash 2 1/2″ wide is decorated with 3 flowers … Continue reading
I am so happy about my last trip to my lace supplier! I found over 40 different laces that I simply fell in love with! Waiting for find some time to create new garters… Here are just some of my … Continue reading
Love making flowers! Here are some flowers that I made today. Ivory bridal satin and ivory organza. Each petal was heat sealed to prevent unraveling. There is a different rhinestone and pearl embellishment in every flower. I’ve sewn a pin … Continue reading
One more new creation, this absolutely lovely pink fabric flower wedding bouquet with plenty of rhinestone embellishments and a vintage crystal brooch. I simply love this!