We are now halfway through Wedding Week and today we continue to wow you with our Day 4 looks!
Sara Jean (Pattern used: Banksia)
Sara Jean used our Banksia pattern and embroidered lace netting for her vision of a delicate flowy dress that would pair well with a whimsical outdoor setting.
Sara Jean added 2 inches to the overlay skirt to highlight the beautiful lace and lined it with lilac cotton batiste. The bodice also features some lace edging which completes this memorable look! All of the fabrics Sara Jean used are available from our amazing sponsor Farmhouse fabrics.
Bree was inspired by Spring and Summer garden weddings with bright and bold flower bouquets when she envisioned this dress. To create the bodice Bree used a mix of Lantana and Posie, which features a cream quilting cotton with hot pink dots (Tula Pink) and vintage white swiss dot.
For this charming floral skirt Bree made a simple mid length style using a printed organza (Fabric, Laces and Trims) for the top layer and 6 yards of white Polytastic tulle from our sponsor Tulletastic for the underskirt.
A crinoline pettiskirt purchased from Amazon was the perfect accompaniment to help puff this sweet skirt up!
Emily Irby (Patterns used: Marigold, Juniper)
Inspired by a daisy dress designed by Teuta Matoshi, Emily went for a captivating, full length flower girl dress featuring daisy tulle from our sponsor Tulletastic.
Emily used our Marigold and Juniper patterns to emulate a whimsical Cottagecore style and lined it using an upcycled bridesmaid's dress.
What girl doesn’t love a dress with pockets?!? Laura was inspired by her love for bridal gowns with pockets to create this pretty Posie ballgown.
The understated elegancy of the aqua Swiss cotton Organdy from and the white Organdy lace overlay and collar, both available from Farmhouse Fabrics, complete this light and airy romantic look.
Worarat Tanpipataree Robertson (Patterns Used: Wisteria)
Worarat wanted to create a dress for her daughter that was reminiscent of her own wedding dress. She used our Wisteria pattern for the bodice but only used one layer of lace and button loops at the back to create a dramatic effect.
This elegant look was created using lace that was purchased from our sponsor Farmhouse Fabrics and then lined with some white satin from Joann.
Thanks so much for joining us for another day of inspirational sewing! If you're using a Peony Pattern to create a wedding look, tag us on social media or share it in our Facebook group - we would love to see your work!
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