Wedding Dresses Made From Anything But Fabric

These creative gowns are sure to make a lasting impression.

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Wedding Dresses Made from Surprising Materials

Most brides choose between wedding gowns made of satin, chiffon, lace, tulle and more, but others are searching for a material that will make a statement. Designers and wedding dress connoisseurs alike will marvel at these unique styles—and the interesting items they’re made out of. From edible fit-and-flares to toilet paper stunners, these wedding dresses will leave guests speechless.

Legos

You may think Legos are a kids' toy, but artist Rie Hosokai reimagined the little plastic blocks to create this magnificent dress with raised shoulders and a fitted waist. The gown was featured in Tokyo’s “Piece of Peace” charity exhibit at the Parco Museum for all to adore.

Cake

Wedding cakes can be expensive, so why not kill two birds with one stone by having your wedding gown serve as your dessert? This edible dress was made by visual artist Lukka Sigurdardottir and is guaranteed to delight all foodies in attendance.

Condoms

Australia's Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Area Health District joined forces with related programs to create this condom wedding dress in order to raise awareness about STDs. The gown was displayed in Shoalhaven City Council's Entertainment Centre for all to enjoy.

White Chocolate

Who doesn’t love chocolate? The team at London-based Rococo Chocolates carved this decadent white chocolate dress and matching hat for the UK's Chocolate Week. Mouths are bound to water during the ceremony, but couples should keep vows quick so the gown doesn’t melt.

Newspapers

Extra, extra, read all about it! Couples who want a wedding that’ll make the papers will be charmed by this gown that is made entirely of old newspapers. The inspiring piece was created by Sanyukta Shrestha for an exhibit in Bath's Fashion Museum.

Toilet Paper

Designer Ronaldo Cruz made this all-white dress with floral cutout designs and a sweeping train entirely out of toilet paper.

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