Very special wedding dress – level 3

Very special wedding dress – level 3

24-06-2016 15:00

Shopping for a wedding dress can be both challenging and time-consuming, and with wedding season upon us, we thought we'd show you a more creative alternative.

Welcome to the 12th annual toilet paper wedding dress contest. Yes, that's dresses made out of, you guessed it, toilet paper. The annual competition offers a more creative twist to bridal attire and the competitors were flushed with excitement as they made it down to the final 10 out of 1,500 hopefuls.

The designers were only allowed to use toilet paper, glue, tape, needles and thread to create their masterpieces. The winning dress dubbed "Winter Last" was inspired by the creator's first snowstorm experience.

"I was what happens when you have a winter wedding? It’s beautiful. What would you wear? So I definitely developed a snow queen kind of attire."

The creation will be on display at one of Ripley's Believe It or Not global locations and with the ten-thousand-dollar prize, this is one you may want to try at home.

Difficult words: annual (happening every year), attire (clothes), hopeful (a person hoping to succeed), dubbed (nicknamed, called).


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