Handbag for the bride with their own hands

A hand­bag for a bride, of course, is not the most nec­es­sary, but a very use­ful acces­so­ry, because every woman always has some­thing to put in it — from a pow­der box and lip­stick to a mobile phone. In addi­tion, well-cho­sen, it will become not only a func­tion­al acces­so­ry, but also an orna­ment that will com­ple­ment the image. You can buy a hand­bag for the bride in the salon, or you can make it your­self, which will give the future new­ly­wed the oppor­tu­ni­ty to show cre­ativ­i­ty and get a tru­ly exclu­sive thing. We bring to your atten­tion a detailed MK how to sew a hand­bag for the bride. This mod­el is suit­able for a clas­sic fluffy dress. Dec­o­ra­tions can be var­ied accord­ing to the decor of the dress.

Handbag for the bride — master class

To sew a hand­bag we need:

  • scis­sors;
  • ruler;
  • fab­ric (in this case, satin and guipure with sil­ver embroi­dery);
  • thin satin rib­bon;
  • dec­o­ra­tions.
DIY handbag for the bride1


  1. From the fab­ric, cut out 4 parts in accor­dance with the pat­tern of the hand­bag for the bride. Two each of satin and guipure.
  2. DIY handbag for the bride2
  3. Next, you should sweep the details and sew the seams on a sewing machine. The top of the work­piece is fold­ed inward twice, and two seams are made in the mid­dle on a bag han­dle machine.
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  5. The edges of the upper part, in this case guipure, are bent by 3 mm and stitched around the perime­ter, thus hid­ing slop­py edges.
  6. We process the side edges with an over­lock and get a nice hand­bag blank.
  7. DIY handbag for the bride5
  8. We fold the tape in half and sew it on a type­writer. We pass the tape through the pre­pared seam for the han­dles, and we tie its edges at the junc­tion with knots or also sew it.
  9. Handbag for the bride with their own hands6
  10. The hand­bag is ready, now you should dec­o­rate it, but the main thing here is mod­er­a­tion, oth­er­wise the detail over­loaded with decor will dis­tract atten­tion from the out­fit. A cou­ple of arti­fi­cial flow­ers and but­ter­fly brooches are enough.
  11. Flow­ers can be made inde­pen­dent­ly, or you can buy ready-made flow­ers in the store. Before fix­ing the com­po­si­tion on the prod­uct, it is bet­ter to try sev­er­al options for its place­ment.
  12. Handbag for the bride with their own hands10
  13. The bridal bag is ready.
  14. Handbag for the bride with their own hands11
See also
Wedding decorations for the bride

When mak­ing an ele­gant acces­so­ry, you should fol­low a few style rec­om­men­da­tions:

  • It is bet­ter to choose the fab­ric for the hand­bag in the col­or of the dress. If there are col­ored details on the dress — embroi­dery, a belt, then you can make a hand­bag to match;
  • a hand­bag in the form of a pouch with ties will fit a fluffy crino­line dress. For a dress in the Empire style, it is bet­ter to make an enve­lope hand­bag, and a clutch bag will be appro­pri­ate for a retro-style out­fit;
  • fresh flow­ers that repeat the com­po­nents of the bou­quet will look spec­tac­u­lar as a hand­bag dec­o­ra­tion.

It is also easy to make oth­er wed­ding tri­fles with your own hands: a pil­low for rings, dec­o­rate wed­ding glass­es, pre­pare bon­bon­nieres for guests and a wed­ding chest for gifts.