(Closed) Two-Dress Bride?

posted 9 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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303 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

If you really adore your dress, I say wear it and get the alterations done if you can afford it.

I wasn’t originally going to be a two-dress bride, but the idea of a bustle seems silly to me because the back of the dresses I like are some of the prettiest parts! I don’t want to ruin that! Plus, I’m really pretty casual at heart and don’t want to mingle with my guests while I’m trapped in a dress that I’m constantly worried about someone stepping on or spilling something on…namely me…eek! 🙂 So I’m going to get a simpler, more casual (and cheaper) dress for the reception.

I’m not sure whether you’re asking this question because you want a new dress altogether, want another dress in addition to the dress you might have to pay a lot to get altered, or what. Could you clear that up?

Post # 5
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303 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

Do you have a particular dress you have your eye on? How much more will it cost? I love browsing through dress sites online…it’s become a hobby in recent months. 🙂 So I understand the desire to want the "perfect" dress. Keep shopping, keep your eyes open, and if all else fails you still have your dress which you have the option of getting altered. You’re in a really situation, actually! Best of luck, and don’t forget to post pictures when you decide on a dress!!

Post # 6
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289 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

i have my wedding dress and then a dress formy recpetion. It does not have a train though, but i am glad. the recpetion dress it lighter also.

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