Your bridal dress should be kept 4 many possible reasons suchas; Some people use it 4 christening their baby(ies). Also used as an article 4 remembrance 2 futher generations. It can be used 4 much more things than d little i listed above, so pls make it an habit of keeping things. Thanks.
Since I was pregnant when I first married, I did not want to fit into that dress again so it went away and since there were five kids in the picture when I wed for the right reasons, I rented a dress I could not normaly afford and looked great for a fraction of the cost and none of the hassle! I found little reason to use space on a dress that is just going to sit there doing nothing for years and most likely never get worn again, by me or my girls.
I completely agree, many ladies keep their wedding dress to pass it on the next generation. But I doubt these dresses will be worn later, unless it was a family heirloom passed down for generations. There's also a lot of task involved in storing the dress. It's not as simple as just hanging it in the warddrobe. Saving some money by renting the dress is a great move. You can also use more spare cash on the honeymoon.
My dress was absolutely beautiful in its time (1979) but there's no way in heck my daughter (just engaged and planning a 2012 weddiing) would EVER want my dress. I know I wouldn't have want a "used" dress (heirloom or otherwise )
I went to my friend's wedding the other day and I honestly was flabbergasted for the entire event. She had on one of the ugliest dresses I have ever seen. I couldnt believe that her relatives and friends allowed her to...
Hi, I got married a few weeks ago and have just heard that my dress is ready to be collected from the dry cleaners. It's a beautiful dress that I loved wearing but I am now daunted by the prospect of having to store it....
I've been shopping for a dress myself lately. Since you posted this is Men's Fashion and Clothing Styles, I might suggest one like this:You may, however, want to go with sleeves if you have tattoos like him.