Post # 17
I think only get another one if you can afford it. If no one pressured you to buy it, then its probably the right one for you and you should not get another dress. I think reception dresses are great, especially if you have a huge ball gown. Those types of dresses can be pretty affordable.
Post # 18
try google search engine, there is a lot online stores offer wedding dresses at low price
Post # 19
I hope you don’t mean “wear one to the Church and one to the reception?”
Post # 20
I personally wouldn’t – I love my dress #1 too much, but if it works for your wedding and you are not just being spoiled then I say go for it!!
Post # 21
If someone else paid for your dress, then you should probably find a way to make it work out, however, if you paid for the dress and you have the money for another one I would say go for it, but only if for some reason you feel uncomfortable with the dress you have. You want to feel beautiful and confident on your day. This only happens one time in your life.
I had gone dress shopping a little too quickly and purchased a dress on my second time out dress shopping. I thought it was the one at the time, but looking back it just didn’t fit the formal Military wedding I will be having. I ended up going out and looking again and found a second dress, ended up purchasing it a month later and i am absolutely in LOVE with it.
After I had found THE dress, I didnt realize it but I had stopped looking at dresses altogether.
Post # 22
Before finding weddingbee the prospect of buying a dress, changing your mind, and then buying a second (and third, fourth…) dress never would have occurred to me. The best wedding planning advice I ever received was to make a decision and don’t look back.
But I loved my one and only dress, so I guess that’s easy for me to say. If you don’t love yours and you can afford another, go for it.