Post # 1
So, I purchased a very simple wedding gown and am now thinking I would love a full skirt for the reception. Does anyone know how I could go about making my own full skirt to put over my simple sheath dress for the reception and then remove for the ceremony? Thank you!
Post # 3
I’m actually thinking of doing the same thing with my trumpet style gown…right now my thoughts are to buy a ball gown petticoat and have my amazing seamstress add layers of fabric over it to make it an actual skirt and wear that for the cermony and then take it off for the reception if I want…. I’ll let you know how it goes, or if I find something else to use. Good luck!
Post # 4
I’m actually going to have my dress custom tailored with this idea in mind. Glad I’m not the only Bee that thinks this way. Nothing beats a 2 in 1 dress
If you’re an awesome sewer (or know someone who is), I’d say go find a skirt pattern you like and sew it yourself..dunno if it’ll be difficult to match the fabrics depending on what your sheath dress material is. Or if you can afford it go to a tailor to make the “wrap” for you. Hope this helps.
Post # 5
oh my gosh !!!!!! i am so glad im not the only one !!!!!
i keep saying that i want a traditional ball gown, covered up for the church.. and be able to remove the ball gown skirt+the sleeves and have a mermaid style strappless fitted dress…
my wedding is 2 years away, so please let me know what you gals decide or if you find anything like this !!! =)
Post # 6
Bump…has anyone actually done this???
Post # 7
There is a Bee somewhere around here who had a WEAR IT 3 OR 4 WAY DRESS.
It had a HUGE ballgown for the ceremony, a skin-tight skirt for leaving, and a tea-length poofy skirt for dancing!
It was INCREDIBLE!
Post # 8
@Bazingau: Try searching for SpecialSundae. She may be the bee BrandNewBride wrote about. It’s pretty crazy how much a different skirt can change the mood of a dress! Hers looked very dramatically different with each skirt. All pretty, of course 🙂
Post # 9
Just make a circle skirt that’s big enough to zip up over the dress and add a belt to camoflauge the band.