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A Wedding Dress Made of TP

Don’t ask Vicky Heir if she can spare a square.

The blushing bride from Christchurch, New Zealand needs every last sheet of toilet paper to hold up her wedding dress. Heir beat out seven other designers in a contest to design the best toilet paper wedding dress. She showed off her creation this week on a red carpet that was set up on Christchurch’s trendy Victoria Street.

While Heir may have taken bridal bargains to another level, she also did something that a lot of brides loose sight of; she brought individuality to her wedding dress. In the wedding planning process, remember that even if you’re having something custom made by a big name designer, you can still add your own touches like fabric you picked up at a street market or your favorite flowers in your veil. [Stuff.co.nz]

Posted: 5/8/08