Post # 31
sweating4thewedding: cubiebee: Thank you so much for the surprise love this morning! It definitely brightened my day 🙂 🙂
kreeneth: Thank you so much! I looked back at your dress and it is gorgeous, you will look amazing in it on your big day 🙂
matorres: Finding it was a total fluke – a friend’s sister works in a bridal shop and had a client that ordered it too small but wasn’t able to return it. The client was just going to eat the cost because she didn’t like the thought of selling something on Craigslist or online, so my sister’s friend bought it for me and I paid her back. Good luck!!
Post # 32
I know I’m probably in the minority here, but I prefer the dress without the belt. I think the lace with the belt is a little busy. I voted to wear the overlay for the ceremony and take it off for the reception.
Post # 33
I love both looks! My only thought is that the more fitted look without the overlay would look GREAT in the wedding ceremony pics, esp the first kiss pic! My ceremony pics are some of my favs and my dress was fitted similar to yours, just my thoughts!
Beautiful, beuatiful dress though- both ways!!
Post # 34
The tulle is dreamy, perfect for your ceremony time, everyone will be in awe!
Post # 35
I loooooooooove this dress, you look absolutely gorgeous in both versions, but I love the optionality and additional wow factor the tulle overlay gives you!
Post # 36
Hi, I was wondering if you could post any or more of your actual wedding/getting ready pics showing what the tulle overlay looked like over your dress??
Post # 37
I personally like your dress best in your 3rd picture. No overlay, with the belt. I think the overlay is very pretty, but I feel that is takes away from the lace in the bottom of your dress. I am a huge sparkle belt fan-just like the one in your picture, so I will always vote for a belt. Either way you look gorgeous!