How Do I Enter?
Once the contest start is announced, gather your materials, make a wedding gown and headpiece then submit well-lit, clear photos of the front, side and back and a complete Official Entry Form and Signed Releases to email@example.com by the deadline.
What can I use to make my entry?
You may only use Toilet Paper, Tape, Glue and you may also sew the dress and headpiece. You can use needle and sewing thread or a sewing machine.
What type of tape and glue and thread may I use?
You can use ANY type of tape, ANY type of glue and ANY type of sewing thread on your entry.
Can I use fabric anywhere on the dress?
You cannot use fabric in your entry but may use a slip, crinoline, bra or any undergarments for display. No fabric or undergarments can be attached to the entry at all.
What size does the dress have to be?
Your entry must be able to be worn on a person. So use dress sizes as your guide, for example 0 to plus size.
Models in the finale runway fashion show will wear the top ten entries, so your entry must be able to go on and off of a person.
May I use zippers, buttons or Velcro to close my dress entry?
You cannot use any enclosures that are not made of toilet paper, tape, glue or thread. You must make your own using only the materials allowed (TP, Tape, Glue, Needle & Thread).
How old do you have to be to enter?
You must be at least 18 years of age at the time of entry.
On what criteria are the entries judged?
All entries are judged on Beauty, Creativity, Originality, the use of Toilet Paper and Workmanship equally.
Can I enter more than once?
You may enter only once per contest year. You may enter each year.
Can I bring my model with me to Florida if I make the Top 10?
If you make it to the Top 10 Finalists, we fly you to Florida and put you up in a hotel for the event. You are welcome to bring your model but we don't pay for their air travel or expenses. Your model is welcome to share your hotel room if you like.
Be sure to read all of the Official Rules before considering entering the contest.
Note that rules and requirements are subject to change from year to year.