How to Design the Perfect Dress for an Invitation to an Outgoing Wedding

How to design the perfect dress for an invitation to an outgoing wedding.

It’s a simple but powerful strategy to create the perfect evening outfit for a special occasion. 

But what do you do with your wedding dress once it’s in your closet?

I recently learned how to create an embroideried wedding dress that will make your wedding day even more special. 

To make it, I started with the basics of embroidering a dress. 

I decided to go with a traditional-looking dress for a wedding, because that’s what most people will wear for the occasion.

I also opted for a black gown because it was easy to work with and had a classic look.

I also chose a dress with a skirt that would be easy to cut and wear with a blouse and shoes.

And I chose to go for a simple, simple design, with the simple, plain pattern of a dress and skirt.

The key to this embroiderying technique is the use of the basic three-dimensional fabric: silk, polyester, and cotton. 

The silk fabric is an economical choice because it’s lightweight and durable.

In contrast, the polyester fabric, which is used for many other fabrics, is a stiff fabric that requires constant care.

It can be prone to tears, which can cause damage to the delicate fabric.

It’s important to consider the fabric that you’re using, too. 

A polyester dress, for example, can be worn with a sleeveless shirt and jeans, while a silk dress can be tailored to be worn on its own or with a dress shirt, skirt, and blouse. 

For the silk dress, I opted for an elegant, rustic, silk embroideric pattern.

It also needed to be relatively simple to sew, so it was simple to work on. 

As a result, I had a few options to choose from: a silk skirt with a bow or a plain white shirt; a plain black shirt and black pants; or a silk blouse with a plain skirt.

Once I had the basics down, I began working on the rest of the dress.

I made sure that I was careful with the fabrics that I used for the embroideries.

The silk fabric needs to be very soft, and a cotton dress fabric is not as stretchy as silk.

Also, it’s important that the silk fabric be cleanly sewn together. 

Because silk and polyester are both lightweight, you don’t have to worry about the fabric ripping or tearing while sewing.

For the skirt, I used a simple-looking silk pattern.

For the blouse, I made a simple white shirt and a plain-colored skirt. 

After the silk pattern was finished, I cut the silk and cotton pieces to create a simple dress.

To finish the skirt and blouses, I folded the cotton into a ball and sewed it onto the silk. 

Finally, I added a simple gold chain on the top and bottom.

The chain was sewn into place and secured with silver buttons.

I then added an extra button, so that the chain can be easily removed once the dress is finished. 

This simple pattern has been a great success for me.

I am very proud of the way it has turned out and can’t wait to create more designs in the future.

Have you ever tried to create your own embroiderial dress? 

Let me know in the comments below! 

This post was written by Natalie S. @natalie_s_sullivan  and first published on NashvilleStyle.com.