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Attention girls! This is Sarah hijacking this first thread to update...

 

I'm in the process of going through and deleting all the miscellaneous "chit chat" in this thread. Some of this is really old, and the older members will remember the 30 pages of Kash getting her Scarlet, me agonizing over my second dress, etc. Well, it's time to let go of the past! I'm trying to make this thread have just one pic of our dresses- not the 45 comments that follow telling us how wonderful we look. Hopefully this will make this thread a little more fun to go through!

 

Update 12/18/08 by Carly

Please see this link for help in posting pictures, posting your photos IN the thread is much better then posting a link or attachment...

***Click here for FAQ's and to learn how to work this forum***

 

Also, keep in mind that if you delete the photos from your photobucket account, the links in the threads will no longer work.

 

I am have cleaned up most of the chit-chat on this thread, and will work on adding photos where there are currently links or attachments. If you notice your dress is gone, it is probably b/c the link/photo was no longer valid. Feel free to add it back!

 

Update 12/18/09 by Carly

Hey ladies, I'm cleaing up this thread again. Please be sure to post the actual photos in here and not the link! Some of the newbies can't open links, so it's really helpful to upload the photos!!

 

All comments (posts w/o pictures or links) were deleted up thru November 2009. Start here to delete comments on next clean up - http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...ml#post1087853 (page 13, post 501)

 

Adding pictures to links still needs to be completed.

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This is what I wore. I bought it in a very pale blue but apprently it is not in that color anymore. I got it at David's Bridal for $150.

 

 

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I was worried about posting photos of my gown on the old site because I think my fi is a member, but I highly doubt he made it over here ....

 

here is my gown on another bride

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here is the veil that I am hoping to locate

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the BM dresses, though mine are short, and teal

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Here's my dress. We're still shopping for my MOH's dress, but it's definitely going to be aqua/pastel blue color. Tammy - did you get your BM dresses on Bluefly.com??

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Thanks for the other website Christa! I went shopping last night and could not find any jewelry, so I really appreciate the links!

 

My dress has some gold embroidery in it, so the gold was pretty much chosen for me. I'm actually not a huge fan of gold jewelry, I prefer silver so I think that's why I'm having a hard time choosing something. Everything I've seen in gold does not appeal to me as much as the silver toned jewelry.

 

Here's the dress in the Casablanca website. I'll post once I get pics of me in it this weekend. Funny story, I saw this dress in 3 different shops and every time I would try it on (with different people there) they would all LOVE it, yet I could not get myself to chose it. I kept saying... it's got gold embroidery AND ruffles?!? Yet I kept going back to it. So the 3rd time I tried it on, I fell in love with it.... Go figure!

 

Sorry took me long to post, I usually barely have time to post on the forum when I'm at work. Can you tell I'm totally slacking today??

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