This is what I call a wedding dress

Dear readers, this post is dedicated solely to my good friend and a wonderful listener who constantly lightens my day with her chitter chatters, Francesca.  See the picture, Fran? Believe it or not, the pretty wedding dress was made out of toilet paper! With a pretty thing like that, I’ll wear the dress to my own wedding any day- or maybe not, I doubt the dress is comfortable enough to wear, plus, I think it can be torn easily.

Anyway, the next time you have to drag toilet paper in the street, Fran, you don’t have to be embarassed anymore. Just tell people that you’re a wedding dress designer who uses toilet paper as material.

This dress was designed by Katrina Chalifoux of Rockford III, and was the winner of fourth annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress contest sponsored by Charmin and Ripley’s Believe it or Not! The prize was $1,000. Amazing, isn’t it? Salute to the designer. Any designer can design a wedding dress out of regular material like silk, satin and chiffon, but I doubt many can make something extraordinary out of toilet paper.


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2 Responses to This is what I call a wedding dress

  1. fran says:

    that one cannot use la wad if rain? gg liao soggy dress ? LOL.

  2. thesunshinebride says:

    Hey, a wedding dress made out of toilet paper? That’s brilliant! Bad in the rain, yes, but great for mopping up the odd stray joyful tear…

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