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Pictures sweeping Imgur show how brides have donned gowns made out of cakes, bedding and tissue paper in a series of eye-imgur dating dresses that had parts of the female anatomy on the front. Are these the worst wedding dresses EVER? Read this: Are these the worst wedding dresses EVER? Most brides spend months agonising over that all-important dress to ensure they look their best on their big day.

And whether they opt for a satin, ivory or lace number, they’ll no doubt want to go for an elegant classic that stands the test of time. From head-to-toe crochet to customised t-shirts, there’s no doubt these frocks will be permanently etched in the memories of their guests. One resourceful bride proved she had no need for a wedding cake – turning her entire gown into a cake stand. The five-tiered creation was adorned with what appear to be actual cupcakes, begging the question whether she could actually move – and accessorised with a top hat, parasol and sleeveless gloves. Other women determined to flash the flesh on their big day included one who stepped out of a limousine with a barely-there corset which only just protected her modesty. She did however make up for it with a flowing gown, gloves and a statement necklace.

While one wedding photographer must have had the fright of his life when his subject appeared to be spilling out of her top. One brunette beauty ensured all eyes were on her in a gown with a sweeping train adorned with bright orange flames – a pattern that wouldn’t have looked out of place on a motorcycle helmet. And taking the ‘meringue’ theme to dizzying new heights, one bride paired a frothy skirt with a billowing train, lacy garter and patent platform shoes – with her hair styled into tight ringlets. A patriotic bride gave her dress the full American treatment, donning head-to-toe stars and stripes. It seemed her entire wedding was to be a less-than-traditional affair, with her bridesmaids decked out in black. One eccentric bride went for a regal look, with an impressive collar and diadem that wouldn’t have looked out of place on a seventeenth-century monarch.