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@Jolie....yeah that one is very elegant...i think it would look good only ones who don't have a lot of breastessess...how it fits on the model is just perfect..too much cleavage would take away the presence of the dress...

so one up for the itty, bitty , titty club...
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Originally posted by nekamarie83 nekamarie83 wrote:

Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

that'2s on the bridesmaid which is why they cry over ugly dresses they'll never wear again LOL
all the "my special day" attention aside, i've never understood this rationale. 

why would you purposefully want your bridesmaids (your beloved friends/family) in (expensive) unflattering dresses and photographic evidence of such? LOL

I have no earthy idea. Is it their "taste"? Or they get caught up in a style that supposedly works for all shapes but does justice to none? The only dress in their color scheme




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hhhmm backyard?   not shadin you, but the bottom of your dress won't it get dirty?  I would go with the first one cause there isn't a lot of material like the 2nd one has where u would have to pick it up on the sides and hold it...plus the 2nd one's train is a little longer...or find something similar to the first one but the train not to long....oh shoot just ask RICKYROSE..she is the bridal dress consultant on here...congrats and good luck..

Thanks.

The backyard itself is half brick/half grass and our grass isn't too bad. My DH doesn't mow it too low, so it's mostly like walking on pillows. I'm not sure if I'd be entering from the house or the yard itself tbh. Not only that, but I'd have to get starlettos in order to not get caught in the grass. Atm, it's between our backyard or renting a function room in our residential social club which may jack up the cost for this. It's gonna be a small wedding on this side (like 10-20 ish) and when I renew back in the states, it's gonna be like 100+. I wanna keep the costs down so we're avoiding a lot by doing it this way. At least at this size I could handle all the invitations, the decor, the feast - except that cake, my hair & makeup, & favors. The aussies I know tend to go really big on their weddings. I went to a cousin's wedding and my BIL is about to get married later on this yr and the costs for everything are just cringe worthy. 

Lawd with all that I'm planning on doing, I'm just gonna faint before the wedding night begins.

.....Better do a pre-wedding night instead.LOL


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@Kocoa....sounds very good..I take it u r living in Australia? then have the big wedding back here in the states....will u then be wearing a different dress for the wedding here in the states? what ur doing to keep the costs down is great...when is the wedding? I would enter from the house..don;t have to worry about bugs around you while waiting to walk down the aisle...in the house nice and cool and then enter out in the warm weather..plus u want ur makeup to look fresh also...

pre-wedding nightLOL  you will be perfectly fine..small venue, and not a lot to worry about...
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

I have no earthy idea. Is it their "taste"? Or they get caught up in a style that supposedly works for all shapes but does justice to none? The only dress in their color scheme
i got nothin. LOL

i've always envisioned that we'd all stick to a color. the style/cut can reflect the woman wearing it. we'll all "go together", no need to "match". hopefully they'd pick something they could wear again...
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Miss Dior if i were making them it would be another story lol I'm just picking random pics :(

Kocoa Congrats!  If the grass is an issue tea length might work better for you

That way always seem to work best neka but not everyone does it that way

Yes JP there's just something about that dress 




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Tea length is a little less formal but still lovely


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very nice tea length dress...now post some bejeweled shoes to go with these dresses Ricky..
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Originally posted by DiorShowGirl DiorShowGirl wrote:

@Kocoa....sounds very good..I take it u r living in Australia? then have the big wedding back here in the states....will u then be wearing a different dress for the wedding here in the states? what ur doing to keep the costs down is great...when is the wedding? I would enter from the house..don;t have to worry about bugs around you while waiting to walk down the aisle...in the house nice and cool and then enter out in the warm weather..plus u want ur makeup to look fresh also...

pre-wedding nightLOL  you will be perfectly fine..small venue, and not a lot to worry about...
 
Yeah, I'm in Sydney. Well, we're still in the planning stage atm and my ring isn't even here yet. My DH was pretty overwhelmed when it came to the ring picking so we've been shopping together for the last few wks. I'm hoping to get the wedding bands at the same time as well. In truth the shopping's been a bit of pain mostly because the rings are so expensive. I mean, I'd like a diamond ring but not one so huge as to scream "rob me". I was in Tiffany's the week before last and listened to a long lecture over the importance of the 4Cs when getting a diamond ring. I definitely want to get a good one because I'm planning for this ring to get passed down to future generations. 

I'm figuring the wedding will take place probably at least a yr from now, so I'm not really in a rush or anything. There's so much planning to do even with something this small. 

I'm almost sure that I'll have a different dress for when I do it in the states. My mom and aunt had my wedding planned from my first winter dance when I was 10, lmao. It was like my first ball gown and I remember them crying when they took pics talking about how grown up I looked. From then my aunt said that she'd be making my wedding dress, so I at least know who my designer will be. I'm just hoping the materials won't be too much. 
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girrrrrrrrl I have just the pair
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