Wedding Dress Makeover | I Altered Her Mom’s 1990 Bridal Gown

A friend of mine reached out to me to see if I could help her niece(the bride) update her mom’s wedding dress from 1990. Challenge Accepted 🙂 Thank you Kaycee for sharing pictures of your wedding day with all of us!

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  1. คุณป่าน Channel says:

    Hello.👋 my name is khunphan.from Thailand. I am Thai designer. Nice to meet you.😊😁😘 I like your vdo.and support you channel.🎉

  2. Faith Thong says:

    omg April that is so genius and pretty

  3. miss bellina says:

    what a beautiful bride !! absolutely stunning! I bet her mother was soo touched

  4. RyuukiCho says:

    Video idea:
    Make an outfit with a bunch of thrifted neck ties~
    There’s always so many of them , and it would be cool to see it be made into a wearable and chic outfit, not just as an accessory.

  5. Brie E. says:

    How much do you charge for transformations like this? 🙂

  6. cynthia jo says:

    Hi april, I want to thank you for your videos, they really inspired me to create a lot of things for me and my family. And it turns out, sewing could help me relieved my stress. Recently my brother and I have an idea of creating a kaonashi (a character from “spirited away” film) costume, would you be up to the challenge? Hehe, anyways thanks again.

  7. Luckey says:

    This is one of the most heartwarming thing. You job is really important and useful 😉

  8. Linda Carruthers says:

    That was beautiful . You really saved that dress , and it is still the same dress . It is not just a reuse of the old fabric in a different dress, as I have seen . You kept all the emotions intact in the return of Mums lovely dress . Sensitively done indeed . By the way I just loved that heavenly bridal bouquet. No clutch of tightly bound flower stems with the flowers jammed into a clump , but a graceful cascade of gorgeous colours flowing from her hands down that dress . wow !!.

  9. GOLSATHI SEWING says:

    That is so beautiful. With your good skill, it look easy.

  10. RosieNDeem Saneo says:

    Aw would have loved to been able to wear my mom’s wedding gown lol except for the extra puffy sleeves. Guess that was a 90’s thing 🤷🏻‍♀️

  11. jws1948ja says:

    Do it again, please.

  12. uttarakhand wala ladka says:

    After watching the video, I have subscribed to your channel. Thank you. Thank you.

  13. Alyssa Pizzi says:

    This looks exactly like my mom’s wedding dress 🙂

  14. Bonny Wren says:

    I am going to be updating my mother-in-laws dress for my wedding reception dress. Currently, it doesn’t fit, so I am going to have to add in extra fabric in two back panels. In order to match colours, should I get the dress dry cleaned before heading to the fabric shop? The dress is highly discoloured from it’s original colour.

  15. Sarah Lauren says:

    This is practically my moms wedding dress!! She’s allowing me to have it and basically do this, but without the sleeves. Not a fan of them. I’ll keep al the beading and incorporate it in somehow. Thank you for this!

  16. evgenevich100 says:

    No, the new version of making such a cool dress is much worse, ugh! The original is 1000% better even without further ado !!! Return everything back !!!

  17. Erinn Teeter says:

    Great job. She looked amazing in that dress. small alterations made such a big difference. 👍

  18. JJ P says:

    The dress was beautiful.

  19. Tonya Jones says:

    Beautiful job

  20. Danella Sison says:

    You’re amazing! Can you do a tutorial on transforming old bridesmaid dresses?

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