Because your wedding dress is way too beautiful to wear just once
Sherry dyed her dress using an at-home kit.
Karyn replaced the ivory sash on her gown with a hot pink bow and beadwork.
Christina D. paired the tulle skirt of her gown with a casual chambray shirt for her wedding anniversary photo shoot.
Starla splatter-painted her dress for a trash-the-dress shoot and then cut out the front for a modern silhouette.
Artemis turned a flowy boho-chic gown into a versatile daytime dress simply by making it knee-length.
Ellen turned her mermaid frock into a fabulous cocktail dress with some help from her friend Erin.
Erin cropped her gown and hand-painted flowers to make a totally new cocktail dress.
Tash enlisted the help of her mother to rework the gorgeous blue silk from her gown into a new dress, belt, and clutch.
Jo the Dress Doctor refreshed a mother’s vintage wedding gown for her daughter’s wedding.
Jillian refashioned a vintage gown into a flirty fuchsia number with some scissors and a dye job.
Christina T. hired a seamstress to cut her dress and separate the lining from the lace. Once that was done, she dyed the lace and lining individually and the seamstress sewed them back together.