Homemade wedding dress in ivory. Ankle-length satin, straight-cut, with sash that ties in the back, tiny pleated detailing on front placket and cluster of satin flowers on left side shoulder. Sleeves are capped with three layers of ruffles. Neck is slightly V, and back is a deeper V with a strip of satin across it. Six rows of satin sections around the bottom of the dress.
Homemade wedding dress in ivory, worn by donor's mother, Kay Smith in 1933.