- 8 years ago
- Wedding: July 2010
Sorry the photo is sideways, don’t know how to fix it
I don’t have any photos of me in the dress where I’m not holding my son in the giant christening dress in front of it. The dress is all white except for the blue side panels and the top part that’s pink.
At 3 months postpartum, there isn’t much in my closet that I feel confident in right now, and I spent a lot on this dress and would love to wear it again if it’s appropriate.
The bride is a friend and former roommate. I don’t have any special part in her wedding or anything.
While the dress is not all white like I expected and I would be totally fine with someone wearing that to my wedding, it might be better safe than sorry to wear a dress that isn’t mostly white. or is it a wedding where you know the bride well enough to ask her if it’s ok?
well, the wedding is tonight so I don’t want to bother her today with questions about what I should wear. I should have tried that a while ago
If someone wore this to my wedding i would not care. But im pretty laid back.
Its fine. It’s black, pink and white so it’s cool.
I wiuldn’t blink an eye. Your dress in no way looks bridal. But some people are really touchy on this subject.
Will you be in formal photographs with the bride? I’m one of the girls who’s way weird about people wearing white. It’s not about guests being confused, because your dress looks no way bridal, but it’s about contrast and focal points in the pictures.
I will probably be in one formal shot of alumni of our college with her and several others
I wouldn’t worry about it. Since it’s tonight I don’t imagine you have time to go shopping anyway.
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