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I had gone dress shopping with my MOH and tried on about 6 dresses that day.  I found one I liked but I just wasn't convinced it was the dress.  I wasn't able to show the dress to my mom for about a month and all I could think about in that time was that dress that I liked.  When I was finally able to take my mom dress shopping I tried on a few more dresses and didn't tell her which one was the one I really liked.  The instant I came out in it she started crying and I knew it was my dress.  I never really had that feeling though that I just knew it was the one. I can't wait for it to come in to try it on again!!

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I had picked out the dress (Maggie Sottero RD1044) online and thought it would be perfect. I was a bit nervous about trying it on since I read on these boards that a few b2b had tried it on and it wasn't what they expected. I tried on about 6 dresses including one that was similar to the RD1044 but it looked awful. I didn't want to give up on my dream dress yet so I finally found a place that held the sample. When I finally tried it on it was all I imagined and more. My mother was with me and agreed so I definitely knew it was the one :)

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I'm a nature girl at heart, so of course my wedding is going to be circled around that.. Sometimes, especially for destination weddings, the setting has a lot to do with finding the perfect dress. I actually found a REALLY cool article on hindsight bride for destination weddings! So instead of you finding the perfect dress for your destination, the perfect dress finds you depending on where you are. Good read! And I found my dress from her site! It's so me, and perfectly fits our wedding

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http://hindsightbride.com/2011/03/15/patron-supported-priscilla-boston-gowns-mountain-brides

 

 

 

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