Really pretty. Just a question if I may, but how did you go about covering the bra cups and back strap? I recently gave up on this because I couldn't get the cups covered without the fabric looking saggy on them. It could be because I was trying to use a microsuade, but after wasting so much fabric i finally threw in the towel, lol.
sure, saturn! covering the cups is kind of something you have to get a feel for, and i have done quite a few, so it has gotten pretty easy for me. also, i didn't even cover the back strap, but completely removed the straps and added velvet ones, which are basically just strips of velvet i sewed into a tube. this way i can have it criss-cross in the back. (also, straps are a pain to cover, especially with a woven fabric, although it can be done.)
ANYWAY, back to the cups; what i do is take the edge of a larger piece of fabric (I cut it after i have it pinned to the bra because i can never tell how much i'll need), and start pinning the edge of the fabric (with seam allowance, of course) to the top edge of the bra. i smooth it out and pit it to the front/middle, and side, but leave the bottom loose. and, since you have a convex bra with a flat piece of fabric over it, it will have a large section of stuff just flappin' around. so then, i gather that into a dart and pin the dart down. after sewing around the bra, i usually sew up the edge of the dart too with a ladder stitch.
i know there are tutorials out there that are probably quite a bit more helpful than this, but unfortunately i don't know about any off hand. i'm sure if you searched the web you could find some that actually have pictures.
(maybe i should do a tutorial on here?)