Post # 63
This was taken at my last fitting. I absolutely loved how it looked by itself and love it more with my veils! You can’t quite see the detail on it, but it has lace accents that match my bodice.
And this is how it would be when bustled
Post # 64
I LOVE my train and can’t wait to have it to walk down the aisle! Here is the sample:
Post # 65
@Soon2BeMrsS: Ka-BAM! LOVE the new gown!
Post # 66
I’ve e yet to go for my first fitting so i dont have a bustled pic. I love how with ruffles the bustle can be made to look like that is how the dress is supposed to be and it’s kind of a hidden bustle.
Post # 67
@KimmySumShuga: love the last picture with the ladies ooing and pointing at ur dress and ur just like all smiles!! So cute
Post # 68
This is mine- can’t wait til my dress comes in at the end of April!
Post # 69
I completely agree with the shorter girl = longer train. No idea how I am going to have it bustled yet, but I’m sure that will be a lengthy alterations appointment.
Post # 72
@urbanriceball: lol @ not the choo choo kind. thanks for the chuckle 🙂
this is the dress im wearing but this is the sample at the store. it was one size too small. i’m having a different color ribbon belt and sewing it onto the waist and cutting it!
Post # 73
Here’s mine, sorry not got a shot from the back
Post # 74
@tinkerbish: I try, I try 🙂 Beautiful train…I can imagine it looking so airy and light when you walk…like walking on a cloud!
Post # 75
@urbanriceball: no, the longer part is actually my veil!! But that would be so pretty to have something like it as a part of the dress 🙂
Post # 76
@urbanriceball: Aww thank you that’s so sweet of you! 🙂