Post # 16
Thanks!! When I went to try it on after it came in the lady said it has been and can be bustled but when she showed me it wasn’t like the one about… Not bustled at the waistline but bustled in the middle of the back so it was kinda a poof on top and then another one down to the floor. It looked nice but I like the Pinterest one about. She said with the loops and pulleys it’s sometimes hard to do without damaging the tulle… I don’t know what I will do! My mom suggested getting a ballgown hem and cutting the train off because my wedding is outside as well but…. When else will I be able to wear a train than my wedding day?
Post # 17
- Wedding: June 2015 - Mackinac Island, Michigan
You’re welcome! I think if you were to do a bustle, the one in the photo would probably be the way to go. I am not sure how it was done, but you can see that it is in some way bustled up by the waist and its really not that noticeable, which is nice. Is there any way to show the seamstress this picture? Or posiibly going to another seamstress for the bustle if you really want one? Honestly, I wouldn’t cut your train. You are absolutely right! When else will you really be able to wear a dress with one?! My dress doesn’t come in until the middle of April, so I am not sure what I will do either. I don’t know if I will even bother bustling it. If I do, I plan on doing it similar to this photo because I am really not a big fan of bustles. I may not even bother with the bustle and just rock the train all night! It may get dirty, but we only wear it once, right? 😉