In this article, the Bride talks about how she showed off her dress to everyone…Except the expecting hubby. She said it’s the one regret she has. As the wedding became more real, she started to doubt her dress.
She continued, “People are bad liars and no matter how hard they try, if they don’t like your dress, when you show them that photo, it will show on their face, their true feelings will show. “So even if you truly love your dress and feel great in it, those little opinions will subconsciously start to taint your perspective of your own dress.”
As the title suggests, I am not married and am not engaged. Yet, I’ve been told what I can wear, what colour the dress needs to be, I can only wear white (yeah, that’s not going to happen) for the “religious” people. Don’t get me wrong, I’d look nice in a white dress. But a plain white dress?
… Like … I’m not marrying these Religious people … I would be marrying my partner, who also told me I HAD to wear white, because some people in his family are religious.
Like, sorry…My partner is an atheist, and I’m nearly 40 and not a virgin.
Fine, I wont wear a red wedding dress…But neither am I going to wear white … I’m thinking Lavender … Maybe green or yellow
I’ve been told who I can invite, who I cannot invite.
I’ve been told where I can and cannot have it.
I am already considering security.
I‘M NOT EVEN ENGAGED!
My ideas have changed over the years for the type of wedding I’d like. There’s a couple of things I know what I want.
I would like my bouquet to have Australian Native, some type English Rose and Edelweiss…My partner’s ancestry is from Germany.
But that’s it, haha…Like I keep changing my mind with everything else, lol.
Yeah, I think it’s a really good idea when it comes to a Wedding to keep as much as you can a secret. This could apply to other things as well, like … your child’s name. SO many people want to get involved in that one too!
Yeah…White? Keep dreaming! haha