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Mocha,

hahahaha...me too, I keep looking and the idea of ordering more and more dresses is very tempting.  It is an easy style, I would go back to Monica Bridal because beading seems to be their forté

 

 

Halldora,

the link is http://www.dhgate.com/wholesale/store/ff80808124d88a430124e15498a72475_profile.html

You would need an dhgate (like a chinese ebay) account in order to chat with the rep.

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Bonnie, I'm a little worried I will end up with a closet full of dresses! I'm going to try to wait until I pick a BM dress and order them all at once. At least that way I can get a discount on the quantity.  But from the beginning I have wanted a separate ceremony and reception dress. Now I can have both for less than $500. And one for the bridal shower, and the welcome dinner, and the rehearsal dinner, hehe. The list goes on. 

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LOL...yes you could end up with a closet full of dresses...it's way to tempting! I started having anxiety attacks thinking about all the dresses I wanted...I finally had to channel my inner strength to stop looking!  Good luck!
 

Originally Posted by mochamakes3 View Post

Bonnie, I'm a little worried I will end up with a closet full of dresses! I'm going to try to wait until I pick a BM dress and order them all at once. At least that way I can get a discount on the quantity.  But from the beginning I have wanted a separate ceremony and reception dress. Now I can have both for less than $500. And one for the bridal shower, and the welcome dinner, and the rehearsal dinner, hehe. The list goes on. 



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You ladies are hilarious! Just remember that buying 4 or 5 knock off dresses is going to end up costing you the same price as a designer dress that you were trying to avoid! ha ha
 

Originally Posted by Monique View Post


LOL...yes you could end up with a closet full of dresses...it's way to tempting! I started having anxiety attacks thinking about all the dresses I wanted...I finally had to channel my inner strength to stop looking!  Good luck!
 


 


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Originally Posted by mochamakes3 View Post

 

Okay girls, I haven't even received my first dress yet and am already tempted to order a second dress for the reception. Based on the picture any advice on who to order from? I ordered my ceremony dress from Monica Bridal.

short dress.jpg

 

I love, love, LOVE this!!!

 

 

 

 

Originally Posted by prettypigpig View Post

 

Mocha,

hahahaha...me too, I keep looking and the idea of ordering more and more dresses is very tempting.  It is an easy style, I would go back to Monica Bridal because beading seems to be their forté

 

 

Halldora,

the link is http://www.dhgate.com/wholesale/store/ff80808124d88a430124e15498a72475_profile.html

You would need an dhgate (like a chinese ebay) account in order to chat with the rep.

 

I'm so glad someone brought this up because I have been stalking this thread and all I kept thinking was how I could have like 4 outfit changes by ordering a ton of these dresses haha

 

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Originally Posted by TheFutureWagners View Post



I love, love, LOVE this!!!



 


I'm so glad someone brought this up because I have been stalking this thread and all I kept thinking was how I could have like 4 outfit changes by ordering a ton of these dresses haha
 



As soon as I saw, I though it was the perfect reception dress. It's a Pnina Tornai but there's no way I would pay for the original. I'm desperately trying to wait until I order the BM dresses before I order that one. But it's so cute I want it right away... I promised my BMs that I would wait until Dec 1 to order dresses so they could slim down (their request not mine.)

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