(Closed) Are you a bride only on your wedding day?

posted 10 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
88 posts
Worker bee

i would wear it at home, at the gym (baseball hat) and a bachelorette party. if i wore something like that to work, i would never hear the end of it.  

Post # 4
375 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

I have a "Bride" tank and a "Bride" hoodie, both gifts. I plan to wear the tank to the bachelorette party and less formal showers, and the hoodie on the day of. I also think there could be several times it could be fun to wear them-rehearsal, wedding weekend, etc. Check out http://www.wifeville.com for some after-wedding wife wear. They have the cutest items!

Post # 5
1061 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

well i cooked dinner in my veil last night (my Fiance is out of town!), so i think you’re safe around the house!

Post # 7
133 posts
Blushing bee

I think technically, you are a bride at your wedding and reception and a bride-to-be anytime before that. But most people drop the -to-be part.

Post # 8
55 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2008

I think you could wear them at any of your wedding functions–bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, bachelorette party, day-of the wedding… You could also wear them while on your honeymoon, too!

Post # 9
129 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

The bride of one of the couples that we take dance lessons with has a cute little white zip up short sleeve sweater that has Bride bejeweled on the back that she wears to all her classes with a big white skirt. You can tell she’s totally psyched! But her fiance doesn’t wear any groom attire. I think if you’re doing something at least vaguely wedding related, you can wear your gear and not expect to be teased too much. Work might not be the right place except right before you take your leave for the wedding.

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