Is it worth using a wedding dress pattern for casual wedding dresses? There are many advantages to using a pattern and even more advantages to wearing a casual dress at the wedding. A pattern can make the exact color, fabric, cost, length, cut and style of dress a bride wishes. The casual wedding dress has the advantage of being comfortable, inexpensive and stylish. Using wedding dress patterns to make a casual wedding dress will save money, time and give the bride the exact dress she wishes.
A pattern is a blueprint used to create a piece of clothing. One of the benefits of using a pattern is it costs very little. Another benefit is the ability to use any fabric for the outfit. Because patterns are so cheap, it's easy to mix and match skirt styles with bodice and sleeve styles. The ability to choose fabrics, sleeves, bodice and skirt makes patterns a great investment.
Wedding dresses cost thousands of dollars and aren't always everything the bride wishes. While some dresses may strike a chord in a woman's heart, there is always something they wish would be different. It's a little easier to find a dress when the choice is a casual style; however, there is a very limited resource when it comes to dresses which are perfect for the wedding day. Even when a couple has a casual wedding a bride will want to have a perfect dress. The perfect dress is a lot easier to build than it is to find at department stores.
Wedding Dress CostWhen dissecting the anatomy of a dress, you'll find the fabric, color, bodice, skirt and sleeves. If a bride wishes to have a certain style of each, to flatter her curves, she would have to search long and hard to find the exact style she wants. If, however, she buys two or three different patterns, she can have the exact dress made to order. As a bonus, she can also choose the fabric and color for the dress. A really great bonus if it's a beach wedding. A pale blue wedding dress made of silk with a corset bodice, flare skirt and capped sleeves might be very difficult to find. But a pattern with a corset dress, another pattern with a flare skirt, and yet another with capped sleeves can be formed into the perfect dress. Each pattern cost is about ten dollars, and a seamstress might charge around fifty dollars to make the dress. While this cost is low, the perfect dress is priceless.