Post # 1
I am on the hunt for a sash! When I bought the dress the consultant took a plain sash and tied it to give me an idea of what a sash would look like..then she attached a small piece of lace. I like that but I just want to keep the options open.. I’ve been looking online but I’m still lost! I don’t want to break the bank on a sash, I’ve seen some for $350, in my opinion that’s crazy!! Any help would be awesome ladies!
This is the dress with the basic ribbon sash and piece of lace
Post # 3
What kind of feel are you going for at your wedding? (examples: casual, formal, glam, rustic, vintage, preppy, colorful, elegant, etc) What are your bridesmaids wearing? Do you want colored or matching? Bling? Flowers? Bow?
Post # 4
@esk716: It’s rustic/vintage. As for colors anything blush or ivory. Keeping with the lace/flower look, not too much bling..very subtle.
This is what the girls are wearing:
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2014 - Lake Lyndsay, Hamilton OH
Check craft stores like Michaels or Hobby Lobby I recently bought a sash from Michaels on sale for $3.99 (originally $29.99). I will be using it as a hairpiece however, if I decide to not use it the price was so good that I can not be upset either way. My wedding is vintage and I also do not want to pay too much money on the simple things.
Post # 6
@blushbambi: If you want something like your pic, you can buy some lovely double sided satin ribbon and attach an applique yourself. These appliques can be purchased from a fabric or millinery (hat making supply) store.
Look on Etsy if you like the look of an organza flower.
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- Wedding: June 2014 - Enoch Turner School House
@blushbambi: I love your dress! May I ask the designer and style number?
Post # 10
@bethannefisher: It’s a David’s Bridal Dress, style #WG3633