Post # 1
I was at a bridal shop last weekend that had a sash very similar to the one posted below, I called the shop today and the girl refused to tell me who the dress designer was but said she would call them and find out if its sold separately. If anyone knows which line its from, please let me know! Thanks!
Post # 3
I’m not much help, but if you love it, it doesn’t look too hard so you could probably make something really simillar on your own.
It looks like it’s just sew on rhinestones and a rhinestone trim. You could just use a white ribbon and some interfacing to try to make it strong enough to stay flat and hold the rhinestones that are outside the ribbon.
Post # 4
It’s from Etsy, not a line. You can do a reverse image search for these types of things :).
Post # 5
I love this sash! I have been eyeing it for awhile, but my tummy isn’t flat enough to pull this off. It’s soooo pretty though!
Post # 6
@thursdayschild: Yes I know it’s from Etsy, if you read the post I say the one in the bridal store is very similar to the one from Etsy. I’m looking for the one from the bridal store that comes with a dress, or more specifially which dress its off.
@CoCo: I was thinking that myself, I don’t love that you can see the holes in the jewels but I can’t find the right stuff to make it around here. I haven’t given up hope of finding one I don’t have to make but if it comes to it, I’ll be ordering a bunch of stuff online I guess. Thanks for the links!
Post # 7
If you decide to make it on your own you could use hot fx rhinestones or crystals and they you can just iron them on and there wouldn’t be any holes to see. I’ve never used them, but they seem to be popular. Thinking about it, I’m not sure how the ribbon would take ironing.