Post # 31
- Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa
I am definitely the type to have two dresses (I’m very into fashion- how can I choose just one??), but in the end I decided to do just one. I spent ages (I’d say well over 100 hours) hand-sewing lace and customizing my dress to be unique, and my very own, since I didn’t have the budget for couture. I ended up spending about $600 (About $300 on a pretty basic dress from the internet, and another $300 in antique lace), but I think my dress looks more like $2,000 (or so I hope). I would post a photo, but the only picture of me in it after it’s done is on my mom’s camera, and the dress has been packed into a space bag for the journey to Italy.
I wasn’t 100% satisfied with it until the very last day- my friend (who hasn’t seen the dress) suggested a ribbon around my waist. I tried it, and now I’m totally in love. What a smart cookie!
Post # 32
I’m planning to get two dresses for my big day i like two mermaid dresses but the question here Should i wear two different styles ? I mean to get one ball gown and the other mermaid or i can wear two similar dresses i’m so confused about this point because i’m dying for two mermaid dresses my Fiance wants me to wear different style such as ball gown. and both styles fits me.
Post # 33
I am! Here’s my ceremony dress and my reception dress (bad lighting). I paid $500 for both of them combined!
Post # 34
I went with two different silhouettes because I love the ball gown look, but I did want to have something fitted as well.
If you go with the 2 mermaid dresses, I would suggest having them look completely different. Like one all lace and the other all satin with bling or possibly a different color. Otherwise I don’t think people would notice the change.
Post # 35
your dresses are amazing! I love the different looks. And $500! What a steal!