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Baptism Outfit From Train of Mom’s Wedding Dress

Baptism Outfit From Train of Mom's Wedding DressKristen Marshal asked us to make a baptism outfit for her daughter from the train of her wedding dress and leave as much of the dress as possible for a future Communion gown.

Happily there was plenty of fabric in the train to make baptism gown with. We did swipe a string of bead work from the bodice to put at the gown’s waist, but sent the rest of the gown back with the finished baptism outfit.

 

Wife’s Wedding Gown and Husband’s Wedding Tie Combine to Create Christening Outfit

Wife's Wedding Gown and Husband's Wedding Tie Combine to Create Christening OutfitSometimes we’re asked to convert both the wedding dress and the husband’s wedding tie into a christening outfit. Allison Murray asked us to do just that. We incorporated the tie by creating ribbons down the front and on the collar of the unisex gown. I also added a little of it on the headband and booties. There wasn’t anything left of the tie, but the whole ensemble goes well together.

 

 

Wedding Dress Re-Styled Into Christening Ensemble

Wedding Dress Re-Styled Into Christening EnsembleJenny Darr sent her wedding dress to have a baptism gown and boy’s vest made for her soon-coming grandchild and future grandchildren. The full ensemble included the girl’s gown, boy’s vest, girl’s headband, bowtie pin, booties and a kerchief.

 

Grandma’s Wedding Dress Converted Into Lovely, Lacey Baptism Gown

Grandma's Wedding Dress Converted Into Lovely, Lacey Baptism GownDenise Segerson sent her wedding dress from 1987 to have a gown, romper combo made for her granddaughter and future grandchildren. We took advantage of the pretty lace from the gown. The original dress was not very large so we ended up putting a light ruffle on the gown to make it long enough.

 

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