Unbelievable Wedding Dresses Made of Toilet Paper

June 16, 2014 by  
Filed under Wedding Planning Tips

The results from the Tenth Annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest are in and every ply is perfect on these runway-ready gowns. Contestants created stunning gowns made from nothing but toilet paper, glue, tape, and a needle and thread!

Cheapchicweddings.com hosted the Charmin sponsored event at the Sanctuary Hotel in NYC, and bridal designer and Project Runway contestant, Kate Pankoke, lent her expertise as a judge. Dresses were judged on creativity, originality, beauty and the use of toilet paper.

Check out the ultra-chic designs:

Susan Brennan, a designer and former cheerleader for the Detroit Pistons, took home the grand prize of $ 10,000.

first place winner Unbelievable Wedding Dresses Made of Toilet Paper

It took her a month and 17 Ultra Soft two-ply rolls of Charmin to create her romantic lace-inspired gown. The dress features an ornate bodice with a princess ball gown skirt, which detaches to reveal an adorable fringed frock. The Michigan native is no stranger to the yearly event, having cleaned up the competition in 2011 and 2012. See her winning designs here and here.

The second place prize of $ 5,000 went to Katrina Chalifoux from Knoxville, Tennessee.

second place gown Unbelievable Wedding Dresses Made of Toilet Paper

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