Saturday, November 26, 2011

Wedding Gown - Part One



This is my beautiful lace from Britex in San Francisco. It is Alencon lace from France--a bit of a splurge! I almost put it down, but my Mom said I should go ahead and get it since it was definitely my favorite, and I'm only making myself one wedding gown! We figured the quantity carefully, just enough to go around the neckline and waist, and a few motifs extra. It started as a double sided strip that I carefully cut apart.


Here is my final bodice muslin (about the forth or fifth!)


Playing with the lace on the neckline of my muslin.


My starting sketch. The final dress looks much like this, with a change of trim around the waist.

3 comments:

madeline blair said...

Yay!! I'm so excited to see more posts on your blog, Angela! It will be so much fun to see pictures of what you guys are up to when we don't have time to catch up in person... :D

Liz said...

Yay!! ;) I am excited as well to read your up-coming posts on your wedding gown and whatever else you chose to blog about! The lace was truly exquisite, good decision :) And your bread looks super delish in your last post! Mmm, I've been wanting to try making sourdough.

Sarah said...

So lovely! I'm so glad you went ahead and splurged on the lace. It suited you so well and added to the classy elegance you exude! You were a beautiful bride!