Post # 16
xkrsa: Thanks for posting this! You look gorgeous! My wedding is a year away and I’ve been searching everywhere for real brides in this dress too! My dress arrived a few weeks ago but I haven’t had it altered yet so I will be needing some ideas on what to alter in a few months time.
Post # 17
Love your dress congratulations
Post # 18
my seamstress had to shorten the length and so she actually pulled it up at the waist instead of messing with the bottom as she was worried it would ruin the dress. it was a lot of work, but she said it was worth it to keep the integrity of the hem. I also shortened the straps because I have a short torso area. The sheer illusion neckline fabric is delicated and hard to altar according to my seamstress. <br /><br />Chaedra:
thanks you! 🙂
Post # 19
Stunning dress and stunning bride!!!!
Post # 21
thank you for sharing these pictures, i’m just making something similar for my daughter, i have seen her in it, but last May. <br /><br />Can you tell me how full the tule skirt is, and how wide the tule panels are at the hem line, i think there is a full skirt of tule, with 2 layers of 8 panels in tule, but i’m just not sure of the overall fullness. The pictures look very full, but it would be very helpful to have a more detailed guide – thanks
Post # 22
Hi all! I have this gorgeous Watters – Jacinda dress and am wondering if anyone has any tips on how to bustle it? It’s not a long train but I’d love it to be lifted a little for our first dance especially. The layers of tulle are quite tricky to work with. If anyone has had this done and has any photos in particular, I’d be super grateful! Many thanks, Rachel
Post # 23
Gorgeous dress!!! Love your flowers, Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses, and Groomsmen tuxes as well! Looking to do gray suits with brown shoes and cascading flowers as well. Thanks for posting 🙂