Post # 1
Okay the main dress is done and back and all she needs a few tweaks and she will be a 100%. Overall I am happy with her. I feel beautiful in her.
Well since our wedding is on an EXTERMELY hot day of the year. I opted to dress a lil lighter for dancing and the reception. Since I am a crochet knitter at heart I decided to look around for ideas, What I found is this beauty sported by a Tawainese Bride. It looks to be made of cotton and then she had a light pink under pinning to it.
I need to know what accessories should I wear with the dress. I am shooting for timeless, ethnic and classic.
The second dress will be made my me and have a silk or charmeuse underpinning. I am trying to decide if I want to go bold or stay subtel and demure.
Without further ado heree is the second dress that made the #1 Wedding pick.the next picture is of the Bride wear the dress. I don’t olan on my dress being that long to pool onto the floor. I want it to gently graze the floor and give a peek of my Rhinestone shoes.
Post # 3
That’s so cool!! Did I read it right that you’re planning on making it yourself? That would be so amazing. It looks beautiful. Can’t wait to see you in yours.
Post # 4
Probably no necklace. I would go for pearl or sparkly earrings. What are your accesories for your other dress? Belt/veil/tiara/headband etc?
BTW its a gorgeous dress!
Post # 5
@foreverli14: Seriously, you can make that? I love cotton crochet!
Post # 6
@FauxPas2012: yes, it looks more complicated than it really is. It is a series of interconnected motifs that are crocheted together. Anyone could do it. 🙂
@HonoraryNerd: Yes Ma’am you heard me right. I making this beauty.
@Jacofblues: Thank you my other dress is paired with this
Post # 7
@foreverli14: Thanks for the reply and sorry about replying so late! So your accessories for your other dress are gorgeous! Honestly with the crochet, I don’t think you need the necklace. The earrings would probably still match. The headpiece I think would be too much, you need something simpler, maybe like a lace headpiece. I know in australia Anna Campbell makes them, but probably check out Etsy.com, I am sure there are heaps of sellers that sell lace headpieces. You might even be able to get one that is similar to the crochet pattern!
Post # 8
@Jacofblues: Thank you so much for the input. I agree withyou the head piece woudl be too much for the crochet dress. I had not thought of having a lace head piece for this dress. mm options
Post # 9
@FauxPas2012: Yes lol, I ‘ve been crocheting since I was 16 and knitting since 28.