I have no idea how to make these things, but just wanted to comment to say, i was on holiday in a small town in spain last week and walked into a Desigual shop having never heard of it before, and me and my friend were both like 'WOW' at EVERYthing.. such lush fabrics, kinda patchwork but looking designer, not hippy. i was so inspired i started chopping up stuff and sewing bits on my bag, and embroidering it that very night in the youth hostel till my travel-sized-emergency-sewing-kit ran out of thread! sad i know!
this is definitly the best version of this dress ive seen yet, it really suits you too. i think bold jewellery, possibly black, and agree with the person who said a necklass isnt necessary, tho i think some big earings could look good nice work.
Wow, dyeng is certainly a great way to completely change the look of a wedding dress! very glamorous/smart/evening now. of course you could do loads of variations of flower size and arrangement and colours, but what youve got looks really good, your haircut looks pretty neat with it too i think!