Bay Area bride makes wedding dress from toilet paper
MILPITAS, Calif. (KGO) -- A Bay Area bride has won second place in an unusual contest -- wedding dresses made of toilet paper. Laura Lee of Milpitas made a dress using five rolls of one-ply paper, transparent duct tape, first aid tape and spray adhesive.
The grand prize of $1,000 went to Susan Brennan of Michigan, with a classically styled gown that included flowers, feathers and pleats on the bodice.
Dresses were judged on beauty, creativity, originality and the use of toilet paper.
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