This is not the first wedding dress I’ve made for Jessica. I ran across a picture of the first one—she was 4 or 5 years old and I’m trying to think of a way to incorporate this picture into the wedding. Any ideas will be appreciated!
I am finally going to start my daughter’s wedding dress! She has made a decision on the style and the fabric and I’m ready to begin! Measurements have been taken, fabric has been purchased, and the “test” dress will be completed over the upcoming holiday.
I was thrilled when Jessica asked me to make her wedding dress! I love to sew garments and my favorite thing of all to make is bridal gowns. Our first step: decide exactly what she wanted. This was a task in itself! Jessica sometimes has a hard time making up her mind, which makes me a little nervous.
Summer is just around the corner and the clock is ticking to find that perfect look. Well, ladies, the search ends here. This stylish number will be a hit on hot days and sizzling nights. The adaptable pattern can easily be fashioned into a skirt, top or dress simply by changing the length.
Custom-fit and cute as can be, this awesome a-line dress looks terrific on just about everyone. What’s more, the super feminine, bare-n-square neckline sets the stage perfectly for a statement necklace or a pair of those chunky, chandelier earnings we’re seeing everywhere this season.
Two scarves? Check. Some thread and a sewing machine? Double check. The desire to look hotter-than-hot as you strut your stuff down the street. Okay, now we’re onto something. You can create this amazingly lightweight, flowing summer dress in no time.