The bride has a bun-up hairstyle, instead of the original 2 pig-tails.
Unlike myself, this couple has the wedding preparation spanned out in probably 2 years. In a less hasty pace, they enjoy every single moment of preparing for the big day.
This couple is definitely heavenly-made…
This pair of wedding couple is originally named as ‘Dilian and Mayee’.
Our wedding dolls are made with all yarns, and the parts are hand-sewn together. The benefit of having a full yarn wedding doll is that you don’t have to display the pretty dolls in the plastic packaging in the display closet. Hang them up in your car, carry them in your bag etc, if you are worried that the dolls get soiled overtime, just place the dolls in a cloth-bag and seal the opening up with a string, toss into the washer. They dry out pretty quickly.
Side-track a little, for those who are familiar with the MacDonald’s wedding dolls craze, oh well, my mum was one of those who got her friend to queue up for hours for the wedding dolls. Oh yes, she is a manipulator, is she not? The dolls were displayed in our lovely glass display closet in the living room. When you turned on the down-light in the closet, you were supposed to see the warm light cast on the ‘precious’ dolls, instead, you would see reflections of light, because they were in the exact plastic sleeves as they were picked up! My mum was worried that the dolls may get soiled, so she’d rather had them in the plastic sleeves. I had them removed after the plastic sleeves yellowed. I could understand why she insisted on having the plastic packing on, indeed, the dolls which are heavily accessorized with laces and artificial pearls are now spotted with yellow marks. I don’t dare to toss them into the washer, because the lace may just tear away and the coating on the pearls may peel. Now.. I am just waiting for the perfect timing to toss them out in the bin! Can you imagine how terrifying the closet may look in years to come?
Almost all our dolls are washable, but I wouldn’t advise daily wash, or on a regular basis. Yarns, like any fabric, may suffer gradual color fade if you wash it with harsh detergent on a regular basis.
Refer to our tips and care for step-by-step guidelines. We have tried that method out for our dolls, and the dolls still look deliciously good.