(Closed) Wedding Sash

posted 6 years ago in Accessories
Post # 3
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98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I know what you mean about the budget for a sash, there was one that I liked when I got my dress but it was about $300 and I wasn’t going to spend all that in just a sash, so I made mine. It’s fairly simple. I spent about $20 on it and I’m super in love with it.I bought about 2 yards of ribbon (you can choose a shade of purple) and then I found this old wedding gown at a Goodwill, it was about $10 ( you can find maybe some satin, organza or chiffon blouses at Goodwill as well, then use their fabric to make various types of flowers and it will be so much cheaper than if you buy the yards at the store). Also you can buy old earrings or any type of jewelry, and attach this to it in any way you like. If you need help let me know and I’ll send you links of vids that teach how to do it or I’ll send you pics of how I made mine. Here is mine. Look:

Post # 5
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98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

That’s awesome! Yeap, give it a try it’s so much cheaper and there are tons of vids in you tube that teach you how to make flowers, once you have them all grab a piece of tulle or felt (one that sort of matches your flowers and arrange the flowers on it, so you have them in one piece, after that you can sew that onto your ribbon and your done. I finished the ends of my ribbon with some tiny beads, but you can go for whatever you like or just burn them (do this pretty fast though, so they don’t turn black). Good luck!

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