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@@calgarybride2015 @@TinkerSofi more dresses does = more confusion, doesn't it?!? and i know what you mean, what if, what if?  I keep trying my dress on too just to remember and it always works! i would go to the grocery store in that thing if I could, lol

 

HAHA we could start a new website :)

 

I am glad I never really second guessed my dress.  I knew I had 2 top favorites but one wasn't in my budget nor exactly what I was envisioning for a beach wedding!

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@@calgarybride2015 @@TinkerSofi more dresses does = more confusion, doesn't it?!? and i know what you mean, what if, what if?  I keep trying my dress on too just to remember and it always works! i would go to the grocery store in that thing if I could, lol

haha I can't wait to wear mine! but yes, I tend to forget over time how good it looks so it helps to try it on again. Then any doubts are gone. I think the main enemy for me is seeing beautiful dresses online or on pinterest :P. I still think I got the right one, but I always wonder, "what if?"

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@@Lia33 love your dress! It's gorgeous!


I'm too paranoid to post in the rare chance the man cares enough to read some of my posts eeeek

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@@Lia33 love your dress! It's gorgeous!

I'm too paranoid to post in the rare chance the man cares enough to read some of my posts eeeek

haha I was too, which is why i always make sure to sign out when I go in from his computer hahah

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Mines hanging in our bedroom ha! I doubt he's looked but I guess if he wanted it's right there to do.

 

 

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Here's mine, just got it on Thursday. Still have to get alterations done next month but I am in love with it. Funny thing too, I was walking around the store with it on and this mom commented on how her daughter should try it on and the girl comes out and is like "I want to try that on" ended up getting the same dress ha ha. She was getting married in Cuba this January, so she might even be on here lol!

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Here's mine, just got it on Thursday. Still have to get alterations done next month but I am in love with it. Funny thing too, I was walking around the store with it on and this mom commented on how her daughter should try it on and the girl comes out and is like "I want to try that on" ended up getting the same dress ha ha. She was getting married in Cuba this January, so she might even be on here lol!

 

Beautiful! Where are you getting your alterations done?  

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Most likely at Ethos. I am just worried if I try someone new and it doesn't end up being what I like, I'll be hooped. It's so expensive I tell you to get it altered!

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Most likely at Ethos. I am just worried if I try someone new and it doesn't end up being what I like, I'll be hooped. It's so expensive I tell you to get it altered!

 

Yes the bridal stores are.  If you use their alterations department do you get some sort of 'insurance'? Not like they could fix it well if they screwed up the first time, but....

 

I have mine booked at David's Bridal (they start doing them 2 months in advance)... but I know of a private place cheaper so I may go that route!  

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Yes the bridal stores are.  If you use their alterations department do you get some sort of 'insurance'? Not like they could fix it well if they screwed up the first time, but....

 

I have mine booked at David's Bridal (they start doing them 2 months in advance)... but I know of a private place cheaper so I may go that route!  

 

 

I was able to book my alteration with David's Bridal in October - I just had to ask. Then again, all I need is a hem.

 

But they want to charge me $171 for a hem!!! I'm thinking about going to a private place to get a hem, bustle and the crinoline ripped out of the bottom (maybe).  Its pretty hard to screw up a hem and a one point american bustle (although I might look at an Austrian bustle as I have ruching on the back side of my dress already.  Hoping I can get that all done for the same amount!

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