Add Embellishments to your Wedding Dress

August 08 [Wed], 2012, 11:52


If you are a crafty type, you may want to make your wedding dress stand out from all the other wedding gowns, but committing to sewing your own V-Neck Wedding Dresses
from scratch is very time consuming. There is an alternative! We have a wide selection of cheap wedding dresses, so you should be able to find a fairly simple dress which you can then customise with whatever embellishments you want.


You can start with a bit of applique. Lace applique is a simple, effective way of adding some lace to your wedding dress without breaking the bank. Simply find some lace, and cut out some of the details on (flower motifs would be stunning). Pin these on to the dress until you are happy with the design, then sew them in place. If lace isn;t your thing, why not make some fabric flowers to sew on. Different 2012 Bridesmaid Dresses will create different styles of flowers, and even with the same fabric, there are many different types of flower you can create.

Next you can get creative with some beads, crystals, diamante or sequins, even pearls. Anything you can sew on can be used to embellish your wedding dress and give some extra sparkle. A line of sequinned fringing around the neckline would draw attention to your decolletage, and you wouldn;t even need a necklace!

Finally, buttons. A long line of buttons sewn along the centre back of the bodice (even though there may be a hidden zip at the side!) gives a very chic look. To make the fake buttons look even more realistic, you can sew fabric button loops next to them, and then do them up as if they were real!

Sewing Elastic Buttonloops to the Bridal Gown

A line of buttons on the back adds elegance to and can be done without undoing the seamstress–if you use elastic button looping.
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