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Dress the Bride Competition – Rebecca Smith’s Entry

June 29th, 2010

Our Design a Wedding Dress competition was so popular that we thought we would show you a few more of our favourites.

Rebecca Smith’s simple yet elegant design for a wedding dress, with those beautiful added touches, really stood out.

“I wanted to design a dress that was plain, but elegant with a beautiful long train.  I chose a deep cream material, which was finished off with small, clear beads, pearls and sequins – not too fussy, but just enough to add that all important sparkle!

I made the skirt first before adding an elegant train.  I then designed and created the bodice to attach to the skirt and the train.  I sewed small clear beads around the neckline of the dress and sequins around the hem.  I also added a tiny cream rose, together with two pearls, to the back of the dress.

The veil is made from a cream voile which I attached to the bride’s hair before adding a tiara, which was made from the same clear beads and pearls on the dress, and threaded onto a fine wire. The finishing touch is the beautiful bouquet of small pink flowers, bound together with a narrow ribbon and tied to the bride’s hand. She is also wearing a small pearl engagement ring.

I think she is now ready to walk up the aisle!

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2 Comments to “Dress the Bride Competition – Rebecca Smith’s Entry”

  1. caitlyn bullock Says:


    wow i absoloutely the dress and the woman is absouletly outstanding and looks brilliant in her wedding dress.

    Great work

    All my love –x–Caitlyn–x–


  2. Aw, how lovely:) good job.

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