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DIY Disaster Dress

November 11, 2009

Tablecloth or wedding gown?

Because the name of Mojuba’s game is Disaster Aversion, we like to make sure we know how to solve any potential wedding catastrophe.  So, while doing some intense disaster research in the scientific reference book The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook:  Weddings, I happened upon a useful piece on how to make your own dress — in case your luggage gets lost on the trip to Destination Wedding: Hawaii.

How To Survive If The Bride’s Gown Is Lost:

Make a dress from a tablecloth!

  1. Remove a white tablecloth from the table and cut a hole in the middle.
  2. Drop it over your head
  3. Cut two more holes for your arms
  4. Cut around the entire hem of the tablecloth to produce a sash.  Tie this around your waist.


Lucky for you, our wedding day survival kit for the ladies, Bride Mojuba, includes handy scissors for your to cut your own dress with, and even pre-threaded needles with five different thread colors (in case you want to do some last-minute embroidery on your new gown).

Disaster averted!

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