(Closed) Dress / Changing the train and sleeves

posted 8 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee

@Asparagus:

Hi, I wonder why it would be stepping on FSIL’s toes if you asked your Future Mother-In-Law to make your dress.  Anyway, if you are asking your Future Mother-In-Law to “do alterations” for you, would that still be an issue for the FSIL?  Maybe you could ask these questions of FMIL–Gee, I know how fabulous you are at sewing, and I was thinking . . .but I don’t want *FSIL name* to be upset,. . .    I guess what I am saying is, ask Future Mother-In-Law her take on things.   I think it would be wonderful to have her assist with altering a gown for you, 🙂

Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

No offence to your Future Sister-In-Law, but that’s pretty ridiculous.

Anyways, I do actually think you could add straps to a strapless dress!

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

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I agree, Future Sister-In-Law is being ridiculous!!  I would definitely talk with the Future Mother-In-Law and tell her what you are thinking of doing.  (You could also tell her you are afraid of offending Future Sister-In-Law, but Future Mother-In-Law will likely come up with the best way to handle everything-including her daughter!  lol.  🙂  Best Wishes!

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