Post # 1
Here are some pictures of what the second seamstress has done to my dress. I’m not a fan of the dangly roses on the side and front of the dress. The ones in the back I think I nice. I also think the train needs to be wider. What do you ladies think?
Post # 3
I hope you’re working out your leg muscles to be able to drag that around!
Post # 4
I think it looks beautiful as is!
Post # 5
I don’t mind the flowers, but I do agree that the train looks a bit narrow.
Post # 6
Leafgum: Do you say that to all brides that have trains on their wedding dresses?
Post # 7
@amandajohill: I think it looks great! I also don’t think leafgum was trying to insult you at all:)
Post # 8
No… just those with trains that I deem big enough to need extra muscular strength!
Post # 9
@penguinsaremyfriends: yes, you could be right 🙂 I’m just all sensitive about my dress.
Post # 10
I didn’t see “Wedding Saga Parts 1 and 2,” (and don’t know how to find them) but, Oh. My. Word. Someone is MAKING this gown for you?!?!? It is SPECTACULAR, drop-dead GORGEOUS!!! WOWWWWW!!!
I think you need to keep the roses on the sides to provide balance along with those on the back of the dress (although if I saw a front view, I may possibly change my thoughts on this.) I consider the two side “tufts” at the bottom as part of the train — almost in the shape of a three-leaf clover. I do not think the center, longest, section needs to be any wider. However, if you had it widened, I think that would still look beautiful. Absolutely STUNNING, show-stopping gown!!!
Post # 11
That is a spectacular dress! Congrats!