Chiffon LDS Temple Wedding Dress
LDS Temple Wedding Dress made from washable wedding satin with a beautiful chiffon overlay.
A beautiful, but modest wedding dress which fits the required LDS temple guidelines. The dress has long sleeves, a high boat neck with a drop waist that sets off the liquid flow of the skirt and short train.
It has a gathered chiffon drape encircling the hips with a rippling sash on the left hip drawn up with a bit of bling using a rhinestone brooch.
The veil continues the beautiful flow of the chiffon dress by being made out of the same chiffon and has the same drapes as the sash.
The Veil has an embroidered decoration 1" above the hem. The same treatment is on the neck, sash, sleeves and dress hem.
The most difficult part was that the Bride wanted a fitted top with the chiffon instead of using another material that was more appropriate to that design.
Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Shauna Bennett
Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 in design, fabric, reader's closet, Fluid Fabric Challenge
Fluid Fabric Challenge
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