Just like many other brides I wanted hot pink crinoline to go under my dress. Unfortunately, I had trouble finding a cost effective crinoline petticoat that was dyeable and I was worried about dyeing it to the right BRIGHT shade of hot pink.
When I was in Fabric Land buying the tulle for my veil I saw that they had Hot Pink heavy crinoline called craft netting. Done and done... I will make my own crinoline.
Here is the final product:
Here are the details of how I did it:
What you need:
Part 1: Getting Ready
Part 2: "First Look" (without the first look)
Part 2B: First Look (the real one)
Part 3: The Ceremony
Part 4: Wedding party pictures
Part 5: It's Time to Party
wow great job!
That is beautiful. I really wanted pink in my dress, unfortunatly they were not in my budget. I was thinking of adding to my dress, but this is awesome. When are you getting married. perhaps when you are done, you can let me wear it for my wedding as my "something borrowed." Or if you no longer have a need for it, I could buy it from you. Seriously, it's awesome! Congrats!
love the crinoline! -thinking of doing the same thing, except my dress is tealength. your dress is absolutely stunning however - wherever did you find it?/who makes it?
My dress is Sottero and Midgeley 1308. i am sure you can do the same thing for a tea length dress!
SO cute!!! Great job
I am wanting to do this, but I am worried that the red of my will show through my dress, :(
Jealous! I love that color!!
that is amazing! i bought my crinoline from craigslist and took a gamble dying it.
MsBrooklynA - your crinoline looks great!
Are you going to sell this?? It is amazing!
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