Toilet Paper Wedding Gowns

Designers create wedding gowns made of toilet paper.

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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: Romanian priests on a visit to the Holy Land pause during their stroll along the beachfront to take photos of a model dressed in a toilet paper bridal gown as she poses with a male model dressed as her bridegroom during a photo-opportunity on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Seven dresses made either completely or partially of toilet paper were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: Models pose in bridal gowns made mainly of toilet paper during a photo-opportunity on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The dresses were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: Models wearing bridal gowns made mainly of toilet paper are prepared for a photo-opportunity on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The dresses were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: A male model dressed as a groom waits for female models dressed in bridal gowns made either completely or partially of toilet paper to join him for a photo-opportunity on the beachfront on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The dresses were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: A model wearing a toilet paper bridal gown is prepared for a photo-opportunity on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Seven dresses made mostly of toilet paper were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: A male model dressed as a groom poses with a female model dressed in a bridal gown made mainly of toilet paper, as another model waits to take her place, during a photo-opportunity on the beachfront on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The dresses were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: Models pose in bridal gowns made mainly of toilet paper during a photo-opportunity on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The dresses were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - SEPTEMBER 08: A male model dressed as a groom walks with models dressed in bridal gowns made mainly of toilet paper, during a photo-opportunity on the beachfront on September 8, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The dresses were commisioned by "Lily" toilet paper, the leading brand of the Israeli company Hogla-Kimberly Ltd., which is partly owned by the multinational firm Kimberly-Clark, to herald the upcoming date of September 9, 2009. Twice as many couples than normal are expected to get married tomorrow, on 09/09/09, which is considered by many to be a lucky day to tie the knot. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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