Welcome back for Day 3 of Wedding Week here at Peony Patterns!
Our week continues with more beautiful creations that will inspire you to create something extra special for your next important event.
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Ashley Burum Culbertson (Patterns used: Dahlia, Myrtle, Marigold)
What is a wedding without something blue?
Ashley was inspired by The Sound of Music for these two beautiful dresses - "Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes". For her first dress, she used our Dahlia dress pattern paired with Myrtle sleeves and a two tiered skirt to achieve this elegant look.
For her second dress, Ashley created a timeless flower girl dress by using Dahlia bodice with a Marigold shaped insert for the sweetheart neckline.
Both of these stunning looks were created using blue cotton sateen and a beautifully embroidered, scalloped edge bobbinet, available from our sponsor Farmhouse Fabrics.
Candice Schoffstall (Pattern used: Juniper)
Candice used Juniper to create this exquisite flower girl dress, which we think is perfect for a seaside ceremony! The floral appliqué was purchased from Amazon and hand sewn to the bodice to add an extra special touch.
The skirt has been adapted to have a high low hem in this breezy iridescent tulle from our sponsor Tulletastic.
We adore these free spirited, junior bridesmaid dresses created by Bec Smith from Twice Loved Creations.
Bec envisioned a modern two piece outfit for her first, featuring a top using a Nettle jersey knit bodice overlayed with lace and modified Wattle short sleeves. The skirt consists of an Appleberry waistband with satin ribbon combined with layered tulle. To achieve this longer style, Bec measured the extra length after the waistband was made. The georgette lining with netted soft tulle overlay gives this skirt an ethereal silhouette.
Staying in this whimsical theme, Bec also created a dreamy peach Juniper dress featuring a gathered soft tulle overlay on the bodice and a matching sash.
For this playful flower girl dress, Laura went for a sophisticated silhouette reminiscent of the classic 1950's style of Audrey Hepburn.
She used the Calliandra Bodice minus the flounce, poppy skirt, and a self-drafted accent bow for a sweet touch.
This luxurious peach bridal satin was purchased from KiKiTextile on Etsy.
Sarah used this tulle, satin and embroidered netting from Joanne’s to channel her inner Bridgerton for this showstopper dress. A Juniper skirt and elastic casing was added to this Marigold Bodice to create a romantic silhouette worthy of any high society function!
Join us tomorrow for another day of exciting special occasion sewing! If we have inspired you to use a Peony Pattern to create your own wedding look, please tag us on social media or share it in our Facebook group - we would love to see your work!