Post # 1
I bought my dress over a year ago. I never had that “moment” when I tried on a dress. I had my mom and bridesmaids with me when I bought the dress, and sort of felt pressured into buying it. HOWEVER, my wedding is in June so I don’t really have the time (or money) for a new dress. Tell me your honest opinion! It needs altered, so it doesn’t fit perfect in the pictures. Thanks!
Also, do you think I should wear a veil with this dress?
Post # 3
its soo pretty.. I really like it and you look great!! I swept back elegant hair do with a broach headband? maybe… if your not keen on the veil.. depends how formal your wedding is!
Anyway you look fantastic!
Post # 4
I think it’s beautiful…I think I’ve seen this dress b4 on another bride. Maybe you’ll love it more once it’s been altered and I would do a veil but I would do a shorter, fuller one.
Post # 5
That dress is beautiful & you look good in it. On the issue with the veil, I wasn’t going to wear one until I found “the veil”. I think you should wear one if you want to, not just because you are told to or because that is what tradition states. I will say, a veil with that dress looks good though, but that is just my opinion.
Post # 6
Oh that is gorgeous!! Well I had the ah moment for you:) Yes I think a veil would like nice maybe one that’s a little shorter though..
Post # 7
- Wedding: December 2010 - Al Cielo / La Laguna
I thinks its soooo pretty! But this is about you. If you don’t like it take a couple weeks right now any maybe hit like the Davids Bridal $99 sales? At least you will know if you did find something you wanted more.
Post # 8
I really think it’s beautiful and flattering, and once the alterations are done you will love it more 🙂 As for a veil, I think it would look good or without! :o)
Post # 9
Your dress is gorgeous, and you look FANTASTIC in it! I think a veil looks great with your dress, but definitely don’t wear one if you don’t want to. I’d go with a fingertip or waltz length veil – IMO a chapel or cathedral length might cover up too much of the detail on your lovely train. And don’t worry about not having the “moment.” I didn’t either, and I absolutely loved my dress on my wedding day. Some of us just aren’t “moment” girls 😉