DIY: Embellished Sash #iDoDIY

There’s nothing like a fancy belt to accessories (and suck in) you waist. Embellishing a simple sash is a simple and chic way to add a little bling to the ultimate #ootd…you’re Wedding dress!

Materials: The Ruche Bridal Sash (Only $22.99! Purchase here), Rhinestone Trim, Fabric Glue

Use scissors to carefully cut the trim. A pair of small, sharp scissors work best. Apply a little clear nail polish to the end of the trim to prevent it from fraying.

Use fabric glue and apply the rhinestone trim directly to the sash.

This is a great accessory for the Bride or even her Bridemaids. This sash is so amazing it even looks great paired with a shirt and denim button down! Now I sound like  a late night infomercial, but seriously I love mixing the feminine rhinestone embellished sash with my rugged denim shirt. So many opportunities to make a fashion statement with this piece.

A special thank you to Found Creative for taking these amazing shots. Follow them on Facebook –> here. And don’t forget to head over  #iDoDIY month partner Ruche Bridal‘s website to check out their entire bridal collection.

7 responses

  1. so cute!!!

    June 13, 2012 at 4:23 am

  2. Your style is impeccable and now I NEED that sash!


    June 13, 2012 at 3:06 pm

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  4. Just pinned to Pinterest! I am SO going to make one. Thanks for sharing- new follower 🙂

    Visit The Pretty Pinhead and enter my giveaway!

    June 18, 2012 at 10:18 pm

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  6. Shan

    I ❤ the sash! Question: How do you keep it around your waist?

    June 28, 2012 at 8:23 am

    • I just tied it in a bow in the back!

      June 28, 2012 at 8:24 am

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