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Kelly’s wedding gown

Dec 01, 2008
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Kelly's gown.

My daughter’s wedding was November 1, 2008.  Her friend designed the gown and I sewed it.  I did quite a bit of online research to learn how to sew the corset back.  Before this gown, I didn’t even know what it was called.  I also sewed the bridesmaid’s dresses, my dress and my granddaughter’s dress (flower girl).  It was my full time job for months but worth every minute when I saw everyone ready for the wedding!

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  1. AzVic January 12th

    What a brave lady sewing your daughter's wedding dress!

  2. User avater Lizhonig January 1st

    happygal, I'm sorry this took me so long. I haven't looked at this in awhile, especially with all the holiday madness. Email me at and I'll share what I learned.

  3. happygal_28 December 7th

    I am sewing my own wedding gown. Please share with me any tips that made your corset back successful. I am adapting from a zipper back. I have some thoughts but am still working thru 'glitches'. The corset back is starting to slow me down. Your work is gorgeous! Your daughter must have been thrilled!

  4. alotofstitches December 6th

    I KNOW you were tired when you finished all the sewing, but also very thrilled to have done that. I had sons but did get to sew 2 of the 3 DIL's wedding gowns. A job done with tender loving care!

  5. Josefly December 5th

    Your daughter's wedding was beautiful, in a beautiful place, too. Her dress, and all the others are so lovely. I can't imagine taking on such a huge project, and not going stark raving mad. :>) I'm sure your daughter and granddaughter will be telling stories about your feat for a long time.

  6. motherobride1 December 1st

    I really understand the loving work you put into these dresses! My daughter was married last December and I only altered six bridesmaid dresses and that took nearly three weekes to accomplish! You did beautiful work on these!
    My first daughter's gown back in 2004 took a lot of altering and beading but I was younger then! Whew.....

  7. vicky_north December 1st

    The dresses are beautiful. Great job! Thanks for sharing your work.

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