Post # 1
of what he liked, and WOW is all I can say. I actually handed him the David’s Bridal Catalog, asked him to take a look and dogear the pages of the dresses he liked, and if there was more than one dress on a page to mark the ones he liked.
His likes are…
9PK3218– I actually tried this one on a few weeks ago with my MOH
9V3194– his 2nd favorite
9T9218– his favorite
Now to go back and try these on at David’s and see which I prefer, and what size I really need. Then to see if I can get a knock off made. At least I know our tastes are the same for what I like, and what he would like to see me in.
Post # 3
My FI commented that a dress was “cool” when he saw it in a bridal magazine. I was surprised that he liked it, so I was curious as to what he thought about other dresses. Poor guy, I made him sit there with me as I flipped through the rest of the magazine, picking out dresses I wanted his opinion on.. He really liked the dropped waist & mermaid/trumpet style ones, which came as a surprise to me, but they are form fitting so I guess it makes sense, haha, guys like to see your curves!
He’s so funny though, all he knows about my dress is that it has a sweetheart neckline so whenever he sees a dress with one, he goes “hey! there’s a sweetheart neckline dress!” & he’s proud of himself for listening & remembering what the term is 🙂 He’s learning! haha. I’m a speech pathologist & FI has picked up “speechie” terms from when I was in grad school (we were living together) & uses them all the time (for any SLP bees reading this.. when his drink “goes down the wrong pipe” he’ll always say “I’m aspirating!!” in between coughs :))
Post # 4
FH doesn’t know about the necklines and such, I don’t want to get too detailed with him. His comment was just tell me where to go and what to wear, and I will be there. The colors, theme, food and everything else is up to me. In the meantime I am getting his opinions without him realizing it. I really think it is cool that he liked one off the dresses that I liked at first, and really like most of the ones he chose.
Heck, my first wedding, in 1987, I opened the JC Penney’s catalog, picked the cheapest dress and ordered it. Done.