(Closed) How does the total price of your accessories relate to the price of your dress?

posted 8 years ago in Accessories
Post # 3
14186 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

My dress was only $400 so it was hard to avoid spending a lot on accessories. My veil was $35, the hairpiece was around $50, my bracelet was $95, and my shoes were $90. But that’s all i bought. The rest I borrowed from mom.So yeah, i spent a chunk on accessories.

Post # 4
5921 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

My dress was $1,300.

So far I have spent – $115 on shoes, $30 on a wrap, $24 on brooches for shoes, $60 on jewelry, $70 on headpiece.

Post # 5
5670 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

I splurged on everything. When I saw the price of my veil I literally felt sick my mother thought something had happened. But my grandmother came with us to pick out my veil and accessories so she fell in love and helped out. I started with a budget of $3-5k (hoping to stay on the low end) for everything and ended up spending 5k on my dress and $1,700 on my veil, headpiece, and jewlery.

Post # 6
380 posts
Helper bee

Hmm, I got a good deal on my dress so I felt a bit better about spending money for accessories, I suppose, but I don’t think it made me decide to spend more.

I think I’ve spent about $50 on materials for my headpiece, $150 for a necklace, $130 on shoes.  Still not sure what’s happening with earrings, bracelet, and clutch.

Post # 7
988 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I spent about $700 for my dress $150 for shoes $40for a veil (that I hate!) I still don’t know about my jewelry but most likely it will be something simple and inexpensive!

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