19.12.13

Damask wedding- Flower girl dresses

Hello everyone, I hope all is well. How are things coming along this Christmas season? Today I'm just going to show you some pictures of the dresses I made for the little loves for the December wedding. 



I made the dresses using crepe back satin, sheet lining, organza and damask print cotton sateen. The skirt has 4 layers of circle skirts with the organza layers hemmed with the nylon fishing line to give it a wavy edge. The design was a copy cat of a little girl's dress the bride came across on the internet. 











I made so many hand made flowers for the dresses and hair that my fingers got punctured a few times :( I need to make use of a thimble for sure next time. The flowers are not difficult to make and I definitely recommend giving it a try (tutorial anyone?). 

The two girls looked absolutely delightful just as their personalities are. 

I hope you enjoyed the post, God bless!


8 comments:

  1. Beautiful dresses and the models! You did a great work in it, congratulations!

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  2. Blessings, season greetings and happy new year.

    wonderful creations, you are blessedly talented.
    peace.
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  3. Hi
    great post. I love all of her dresses, very unique! My bridesmaids and I are actually going to look at wedding dresses in Burlington this weekend in hopes of finding that perfect dress

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    1. Would you believe I'm now seeing this message? Thanks very much! I hope you got the perfect dress!

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  4. hi there
    i love this dress
    how much will it cost to make a dress like this

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    1. Hi Isha, I'm actually a sewist in Trinidad. To make one of these dresses cost about US$ 100 for the fabric and the details.

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