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We’ve updated this wedding and wedding guest sewing pattern collection from the March 2011 issue of BurdaStyle, to include new descriptions and instructions just in time for wedding season!

Wedding Dress 102

This high neck wedding dress features cute cap sleeves and a tea length skirt, perfect for a modest spring bride!


Jacket 123A

Delicate wild silk makes this single-breasted short coat also fine for festive occasions. Striking are the attached pockets.


Skirt 122

Narrow cut skirt from jacquard. The slit at the back is elegant and provides freedom of movement.


Jacket 115

Festive two-breasted short jacket from Bouclé with crotch sleeves. The hem is decorated with a delicate lace.


Wedding Dress 109

Floor-length bridal gown made of a delicate embroidery fabric with a deep back cut, puffy undercoat and a loop bound in the waist.


Skirt 117

This straight skirt is made of lamé poplin with elastic lace as waist closure.


104

Magical dress made of delicate chiffon with lush floral border at skirt hem. Wide sleeves and a small stand-up collar underline the elegant look.


Dress 108

Balloon dress with deepened waist and under-crotched ribbon.


Pants 119A

Narrow, festive high waisted trousers feature the same stitches in the front and the back while featuring a side zip closure.


Wedding Dress 113A

Over the undergarment of chiffon is worn a second of delicate tulle, the exposed skirt and twisted straps on the top give the wedding dress a romantic twist.


Tunic 118

Tunic for ceremonial occasions from delicate lace. The top has small sleeves and slits at the sides.


Jacket 120

Festive jacquard jacket with lapel and rounded peplum. The waisted cut emphasizes the figure.


Wedding Dress 106

High neck halter wedding dress is a simple and nice style.


Dress 110

Please note that the PDF for this pattern is the same as for Ruched Front Wedding Dress with Train #111 and includes lines and markings for this style as well. To make the Evening Dress version (shorter and with no train), follow the lines and details for style 110 and not 111.


Wedding Dress 103

Floor length bridal gown in the look of the ’50s with slightly overlaid shoulders and bodice for a great silhouette. For the classic bride!


Pants 116A

Elegant trousers with wide cut, folds and side pockets. Works in white especially for a noble look.


101A

This pattern only contains pieces for the bodice of the dress. The bottom portion is self-drafted, with instructions given in the <a href=“http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/32011-strapless-tea-length-wedding-dress/instructions/1&#8221;


Wedding Dress 101B

This Strapless Wedding Gown includes the sewing pattern for the bodice as well as instructions to draft your own skirt tiers.


Wedding Dress 107

Floor length wedding gown made of taffeta and organza. It has a high neckline, v-back detail and bow.


Wedding Dress 111_615

Please note that the PDF for this pattern is the same as for Ruched Front Evening Dress #110 and includes lines and markings for this style as well. To make the Wedding Dress, follow the lines and details for style 111 and not 110. Bridal gown made entirely of elastic silk satin and chiffon with gathering on the front and train in the back.

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    Mar 30, 2017, 06.02 PMby millies28

    Hello Burda Style, When you say that you have updated the descriptions and instructions, is the updated info available to those who have previously purchased that pattern? Will the updated patterns be flagged in our inbox of purchases?

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    Mar 26, 2017, 10.27 AMby nrobson

    This collection wow pretty good so professional and chic!

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    Mar 25, 2017, 10.28 PMby Esquecer Amor

    Thanks for the patterns. Every pro has their own unique tip. It’s great to see them all combined into one simple post!

    http://esquecerumgrandeamor.com/

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    Mar 24, 2017, 03.38 PMby lsainte

    Burdastyle, I love your patterns and all but you guys need some diversity. There are so many people of colour that buy these patterns and these images are not representative of this diversity at all.

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      Mar 24, 2017, 04.46 PMby LakeWylieMom

      Yes I agree. Marfy has the same problem

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    Mar 24, 2017, 02.18 AMby Kasiorist

    I love the good oldies!

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      Mar 26, 2017, 08.52 AMby jesyvolk

      good

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