The first-place leader of a competition will win $10,000 and a second- and third-place winners will accept $5,000 and $2,000, respectively. The leader of a fan voting competition will also take home $1,000.
“We are in consistent astonishment of these artfully crafted dresses year after year and wish to continue to enthuse brides both past and benefaction with these couture creations,” Susan Bain, a co-founder of Cheap Chic Weddings, pronounced in a release.
Some of a contestants this year are first-time entrants, while others have entered mixed times in a past. Aug Manzanares has entered 3 times, and has also reached a tip 10 3 times.
“I am a engineer who loves to work with radical materials like toilet paper,” a New York City-based engineer pronounced in a statement. “I wanted to emanate and plea myself in creation a apparition of a edging fabric and creation it some-more stretchable to be some-more gentle for a chairman to wear.”
Julie Haas of Stockton, Illinois, suspicion outward a box when she designed this blue and pinkish gown. This is her fourth year in a tip 10.
And engineer Frank Cazares outdid himself with this intricately woven dress and headpiece.
Finally, Mimoza Haska done this unimaginable robe desirous by spring.
“It’s a corset tip and three-layered, princess-style bottom,” Haska explained in a statement. “The tip covering is like lace.”
The grand esteem leader won’t be announced until Jun 20, though it’s protected to contend all these designers are … on a roll!