Post # 1
Ugh I feel like I’m on the dress boards way too much but my wedding is in one week (!!!!) so I’ll be outta here soon enough lol!
Anyway, which sash do you like better? Ignore my weird arm poses. My dress wasnt laced up correctly.
Post # 2
I like the one with bling!
Post # 3
I second the bling sash. But wear it a bit deeper, where the bodice and skirt come together…
Post # 4
With that placement, I vote for the wide sash.
If you do what zimtstern said and wear the thin one lower, I vote for it!
Post # 5
because it’s so thin and because my dress is so structured it doesn’t sit right. It looks awkward on my hips if I wear it lower 😕
Post # 6
Wide sash. It looks way better…
Post # 7
I vote for bedazzling the wide sash with something similar to the applique on the narrow sash. Should be a fairly easy DIY with premade appliques, or you can look for a ready-made sash like that.
Post # 8
wide sash, for sure. However if you could find it wider with bling, I think it’s be great!
Post # 9
I actually have two appliqués from another project. Don’t know if I love them.
Post # 11
Pink satin sashes make me think of Peter Pan, how in the end of the book, it says that Wendy wore one to her wedding and was waiting for Peter Pan to show up… My friend, a huge Peter Pan fan, did this with her wedding dress and I was one of the only ones who got it.
In any case, I like the wide one. I did a wider grey dupioni silk sash and I loved the effect. Very simple and elegant.
Post # 12
The pink colour of the wider sash is swoonworthy
Post # 13
me too. The other one is too small on the sash.
that’s so sweet. I love that!
thank you! It is beautiful but I think it may be too dark of a pink. I need more of a blush color, or i was considering a navy ribbon instead.
Post # 14
I like the wider- I think it hits you better than the thin one. I absolutely love the color of it! If you want sparkles- is there a wider one with sparkles available or can you add to that one?
Post # 15
Ooh I love the wide one, the colour is so lush. Would be interesting to compare it plain against the same sash with appliqué bling.