Post # 1
1) Can a petticoat be sewn INTO the dress if my dress is 10 layers of tulle?
2) Bouquet A or Bouquet B?
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Post # 3
B–I love that kind of flower. A seems sort of dated.
Post # 5
@Willow1991: Hey there, not sure on the petticoat sewn into the dress itself. Can you talk with your alterations person at the shop? I think as long as there is a sturdy seam for them to sew into at the waist it should be possible but not sure how heavy it’ll be.
As for the bouquet, I like the colors of A which seem befitting of your scheduled fall wedding. Are you asking for color help or shape or what? What is your venue and time of your ceremony? Day or night? That might help you narrow down what you envision in a bouquet.
Post # 6
1) Probably, but you would have to see your seamstress for a better answer. It would depend on the lining of the dress.
2) I like the second one also, there is something fresh about it.
Post # 7
@Cornflakegirl: I am going to ask my seamstress…. I just ask so many questions I feel stupid lol.
I am asking about the bouquets overall. My colors are purple and navy with gold accent. I have a midsummer night’s dream/enchanted forest theme. My ceremony is in a big catholic church at 4 pm.
Post # 8
I like the style of the second one with the colors of the first. Sorry but to me a cascade bouquet seems very dated (like 1995 or earlier)
Post # 9
Yes, she should be able to sew it in. Mine was sewn in, but I don’t have 10 layers of tulle.
Post # 10
@acebride: Really? I agree that some of those remind me of the 80’s even, but not that particular one.
Post # 11
@Willow1991: true, i guess i should have clarified. 🙂 cascade bouquets remind me of the 80s-90s, but those flowers give it a modern edge. personally, for callas and tulips (especially gorgeous textured ones like the pic) i think they look better in a more modern hand-tied bouquet