There's something old, something new, something borrowed and something flimsy at this toilet paper wedding dress contest held in New York.
Take a look!
Dainty yet pretty...a wedding bouquet made of toilet paper.
All photographs: Carlo Allegri/Reuters
Hard to believe, but this form-fitting pantsuit and intricate lace train were designed with toilet paper.
There were thousands and thousands of toilet paper roles used to create these gowns.
And the results were a pleasant surprise for all!
The rule were clear: The gowns had to be made of toilet paper and tape, glue and thread were to be used only if needed.
This designer is careful not to rip the dress apart.
While this one struggles to hold the gown in place.
How about a hat made of toilet paper?
Wonder how much toilet paper went into this creation?
A contestant is all smiles as she walks the runway in a wedding dress, cape and hat made of toilet paper.