Every girl wants to get married and enjoys becoming a bride. Ask any bride to be what is most important part of her dream wedding, she would say wedding gown, for sure. The would-be bride gets a chance to select the best dress, shoes, jewelries, veil and other accessories. All accessories must go well with your dress. However, the worst fear for any bride is getting trapped into a wrong bridal gown. There are various designers who have designed some of the most beautiful wedding gown in the world, while there are people who have designed some of the weirdest one. Well, today we are giving you a glance of some of the most weird wedding dresses ever made.
1. Edible wedding dresses
In the recent Colombiatex fashion show held in Medellin, a young talented chef from Colombia Juan Manuel Barrientos showcased his edible wedding gowns. The two wedding gowns were beautifully crafted using edible materials. The original wedding dresses were made from 2000 sugar glazed rose petals as well as champagne clothe. Even the bouquet was made of edible flowers. He has also added edible accessories like bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings that were made of candy.
2. Cream puff dress
Mostly women are fond of cream puffs, but have you ever thought of having a croquembouche at their wedding. A pastry chef from Ukarine Valentyn Shtefano had designed wedding dress exclusively for his wife using cream puffs as well as caramelized sugar. Don’t worry as the dress just appears to be heavy, but weighs only 20 pounds. The dress was ready in 2 months and had 1,500 cream puffs.
3. Condom wedding gown
This condom wedding gown was designed to spread awareness on the 19th World AIDS Day. The gown has 12,500 colored condoms that are stitched-together condoms.
4. Rubber wedding gowns
Susie MacMurray, a British artist has designed a bridal gown from 1400 inverted rubber gloves. This wedding gown was also showcased in Museum of Art and Design in New York. This gown has shown how discarded and recycled items can be artistically used.
5. Peacock feather wedding dress
A flawless wedding dress makes the wedding day more memorable to the bride. However, there are times when she has to compromise with her outfit, thanks to the high price of the dress or the designer’s misinterpretation. Almost eight handicraftsmen have worked for two months to design this dress. Recently, a designer has showcased his model wearing a wedding dress adorned with peacock feathers.
6. Wedding dresses made from balloons
Thelma Levett has been spending most of her life blowing up balloons. Taking inspiration from the wedding gown of Duchess of Cambridge, Thelma has designed a replica of the wedding dress for her daughter. Almost 5000 balloons are used to create this dress. The replica dress also has a lace sleeves that Kate Middleton wowed the public with on her big day.
7. Octopus wedding dress
I accept this wedding dress is weird, but it is a practical dress option. The octopus dress will help you to dance easily. You would look, just like the model – thrilled. The dress might be heavy, but the limbs would help you to carry yourself with grace and elegance.
8. Body painted wedding gown
Body Paintings are fast gaining popularity across the globe and especially in United Kingdom. We all expect a perfect wedding. Recently, three couples from United Kingdom took part in GMTV. It was organized by a reality show. The competitors were asked to stand naked in the downtown area and artists were called to paint their body. They were allowed to wear only a small amount of clothing that too for ornamental purposes.
9. Goth wedding gown
This black wedding is a joyous occasion. The newlywed couple has literally taken the quote better or worse actually to a whole new level. The bride arrived at the wedding in a black lined coffin. The wedding was attended by almost 100 guests and then wedding coffin was placed in their lounge room coffee table.
10. Toilet paper wedding dresses
Normally, a big portion of the wedding budget is reserved for the bridal wedding gown. These days various competitions are held to showcase a beautiful wedding dress designed from the simplest and cheapest materials. One of such wedding dress was designed from toilet paper. The bridal wedding gown was designed using 1000 toilet papers, glue, sewing threads and duct tapes.