I love wedding preps and I had the honour of making a 'bride-to-be-sash' for a dear friend of mine on her hen's night. I'm not into makeovers or makeup but I like the fun and wacky dress up bit, perhaps influenced by my children. Haha.
I like the whimsical and cheery look to this 'bride-be-sash' from Seeds and Stitches. The materials are simple and easy to get, and felt cloth is very easy to manipulate for the amateur seamstress like me. Those silk sashes will be really difficult to make, perhaps that's why they're so expensive. I printed out the words using the free font Peach Milk, then traced and cut out the alphabets and I stuck them down with glue. The only thing I had difficulty buying was a thick bias, I traveled all over but the thickest ones I could find were still not thick enough so the sash was a little wobbly when I sewed the pieces together.
Look at the bride-to-be, she's having the time of her life! May she have many fun-filled adventures with her husband-to-be! It's going to be a blessed journey for them!
I also made the banner from the same tutorial at Seeds and Stitches for my girl's birthday party, will share about that in the next post!