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TLC’s ‘Toilet Paper wedding gown Challenge host, Paige Davis, participant, as Lindsay hinz calls to talk to the TP: ‘Bizarre’

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The Host, Paige Davis, and for the participant, Lindsay hinz calls to discuss the unique and gobsmacking special.

Here comes the bride, all dressed in white … toilet paper?

TLC, the home of the wedding shows like “Say Yes to the Dress” and “I Want to have a Marriage,” has meant that the boundaries of wedding fashion and couture, with the latest addition, the “Toilet Paper wedding dress Challenge.” The channel is broadcast from the famous 15-year-old event, with a special premiere onMonday.

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The Host, Paige Davis, and for the participant, Lindsay hinz calls down with Fox News to describe the consequences of hacks, and a celebration of the creation of such a unique garment and colored toilet paper, you most likely will not go back to the store anytime soon.

Hinz calls the world-wide competition, which was founded by the sisters, Susan Bain, Laura Gawne, in 2003, after learning about it on a Facebook group. As a dress designer for Broadway shows and with trade, hinz calls it was the most demanding challenge, but it also teaches them that there are parts of it that threw her for a loop (or a role).

Hinz calls it, a self-proclaimed “movie buff,” on the basis of its 2019 draft for Katniss Everdeen’s wedding dress from ‘the Hunger Games’ movie in the series, for the achievement of the volume of the needlewoman wanted, they had to be inventive.
(Lindsay hinz calls / TLC)

“How am I going to dress in a tie?” Hinz calls me. “One of the most difficult parts is, how do you put on the dress, as you will not be able to use press studs or a zipper.”

“Well, I had to take the wool and weave it with each other in order to create a bond side of it,” she added. “That was one of my [projects].”

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Hinz calls it, a self-proclaimed “movie buff,” on the basis of its 2019 draft for Katniss Everdeen’s wedding dress from ‘the Hunger Games’ movie in the series, for the achievement of the volume of the needlewoman wanted, they had to be inventive.

“I made a hoop skirt out of toilet paper, tape and glue,” she said. “It was definitely the most difficult part of the dress, which you can’t even see the end of it. However, it has created the shape that I wanted to do.”
(Lindsay hinz calls / TLC)

“If I go, I’m going to make it myself,” hinz calls said, noting that they felt that the use of a pre-made hoop skirt, it would be “cheating”, in spite of the competition, so you will be able to do so.

“I made a hoop skirt out of toilet paper, tape and glue,” she said. “It was definitely the most difficult part of the dress, which you can’t even see the end of it. However, it has created the shape that I wanted to do.”

Hinz calls, which was one of the 12 finalists chosen out of thousands of entries in each of the two years, she has signed up to play the game, and found that she loves a challenge, and an appreciation for the community of people she has met.

“They are a true family-run business,” Davis shared.

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“What a strange club to be in,” she added, trying to be funny.

“We have to keep in touch with each other. It was a lot of fun,” hinz calls will be confirmed. “We’re not out of each other. We’re all rooting for each other.”

Thousands of hopefuls in the race every year, but only 12 finalists will be selected to participate in the final runway and compete for a chance to win the grand prize of $10,000.
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Even though it is an involved process — Davis and hinz calls, said it can take up to a year to design and create the dress — and the women explained to me that the close-knit community shares projects.

“You have to really think outside the box in terms of what the tape and glue,” hinz calls me. (The rules state that participants can only make use of wire, tape, glue and toilet paper to create the look.)

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“One year there was a member who used to plaster the wall-strap, and it is true, and that is what they are used for the making of a political one,” said hinz calls. Davis added that another participant has used the glitter tape to give a shiny appearance to the gown.

A hack that Davis, who described the experience as “inspiring” and “gobsmacking,” in particular, enjoyed it, and was a member of the innovative use of color.

A hack that Davis, who described the experience as “inspiring” and “gobsmacking,” in particular, enjoyed it, and was a member of the innovative use of color.
(TLC)

“One of my favorite projects, it was of the colour of the dress, and I said to the member, or to Frank,” How did you get that colour?’ Because, first of all, you will not be allowed to be introduced onto the surface [the toilet paper], but you don’t have to paint it, it would disintegrate.”

What is the creative designer to make the style? With the use of Ebay, Davis shared.

“That was the vintage of toilet paper,” the participant told Davis.

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However, don’t expect Davis to be stocking up on colored toilet paper, if it ever makes a return to the stage.

“I don’t know, though, that dye is on your hoo-ha, really freaks me out,” Davis said, laughing. “But maybe it’s just the competition.”

Catch all of the impressive designs on TLC’s premiere of the special on Monday at 10 am EST.

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