Summer is the time for weddings and I think crochet goes perfectly with all aspects of the wedding. I’ll be doing a variety of roundups in the coming weeks to show what I mean but I thought I should start with the centerpiece of any wedding: the bride’s wedding dress.
Here are twelve crochet wedding dresses to show you what I mean:
I especially love this crochet wedding dress sold on Etsy by LecrochetArt. And I adore the matching crochet umbrella!
Etsy’s LaCostureraShop is selling this one of a kind crochet wedding gown.
Check out this beautiful crochet wedding dress pattern that uses the crocodile stitch; it’s from BonitaPatterns on Etsy.
The Yolanda is a wedding dress by Claire Pettibone. It is ivory crochet lace over platinum silk charmeuse. I love the back detail.
Pat White took this photo of a beautiful crocheted wedding dress that was on display at her local state fair.
Check out crochetkiva on Flickr to see a whole photo shoot featuring this crochet wedding dress.
Unforgettable Vintage Wedding Gowns found this great 1960’s crochet wedding dress.
Irish Crochet Wedding Dress via Anthropology and Craft. Lace is a hallmark of many wedding dresses and Irish crochet lace is a great idea for creating a charmingly beautiful vintage-inspired romantic wedding dress.
Instead of classic, you could go with a truly unique, fantasy-inspired wedding dress like this one from Etsy’s TranscendentBird which includes layers of freeform crochet and upcycled linen.
Some people really like short crochet wedding dresses and I think that this one from Etsy’s Lopushka would be an excellent choice!
I already showed you this great wedding dress in my roundup of upcycled doily ideas but it’s worth sharing again!
Etsy’s sacreddaisy sells vintage wedding gowns and this one is another great example of a doily wedding dress.
Do you think that a crochet wedding dress is a good idea? Why or why not?