While Will and I were visiting my family in Ottawa last weekend, I finally visited my sister'-in-law’s bridal boutique (new and consignment), and that got me thinking about weddings. Will and I haven’t set a date for a wedding yet (since we’ve spent all the money we may have spent on a wedding on our condo), but it’s somewhere in my future.
I will probably have to get a dress through my sister-in-law, but that hasn’t stopped me from browsing the BHLDN website. I’m an Anthro fan, how could I not?
If I were to go with a BHLDN dress, it would be a toss up between the Pinwheel Tea Dress (at $1400) and the Fondant Tea Dress (at $600). Apparently I have a thing for tea. Truth is I just want an unconventional dress.
I think I’ve decided on a short dress; I’m not a fussy person, and a big traditional ballgown is just not me. I don’t want to look like a giant meringue. But after reading the reviews, I don’t think I’m comfortable ordering something sight unseen.
Too bad, because both dresses really do look fabulous on the models:
I’ll just take one of these, shall I?
I also really like the bridesmaids dresses because they’re not the stereotypical bad dresses. They’re gorgeous!
If I wanted to be really unconventional, I’d wear one of those to get married in.
With this necklace, please.
Undulate Necklace, $520 (I could have sworn that something like this was at Anthro last year, and I loved it then too)
I’m envisioning a simple wedding, but then I saw these pictures and thought, maybe not? Oh well, a girl can dream.