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# 1  2/17/12 11:36 PM

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would you love to wear when if you marry  or if married what did you wear?

# 2  2/17/12 11:39 PM

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what is this sudden wedding fever? Are you planning another wedding?



I certainly wouldn't ever do it again once was more than enough.

and no I didn't bother with the traditional white wedding complete with bridesmaids in multicoloured meringue dresses

# 3  2/17/12 11:40 PM

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ambrosia69 wrote:

what is this sudden wedding fever? Are you planning another wedding?



I certainly wouldn't ever do it again once was more than enough.

and no I didn't bother with the traditional white wedding complete with bridesmaids in multicoloured meringue dresses

not me!!! im never divorcing!!!  i like the untraditional   wheres the romance today  and why have the men all run? lol  would any of you do the full works in a church  with the cost of a mortgage!

# 4  2/17/12 11:44 PM

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My dress was lovely ... it's in the loft now just sitting and waiting and going yellow probably ....

# 5  2/17/12 11:45 PM

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lily1000 wrote:

My dress was lovely ... it's in the loft now just sitting and waiting and going yellow probably ....

thats another point would you buy or hire     real or fake flowers   my biggest indulgence was flowers

# 6  2/17/12 11:46 PM

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I loved my wedding dress, it's upstairs in the spare room...sometimes late at night I put it on and dance wildly around the living room to a dub mix version of 'The Wedding March'

# 7  2/17/12 11:47 PM

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If you believe in marriage and what it stands for then of course you'd go for a church ceremony .... stupid question really ..... if it's just a piece of paper then why are you doing it in the first place ???  Would I do it again .... I say no and I mean it - now .... will I still say no tomorrow ??  Who knows ..... until I was 30 I said I was NEVER going to marry and yet I did .... moral of the story ... never say never !!!

# 8  2/17/12 11:48 PM

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My dress was a typical  late 70's Indian pattern. Very trendy at the time. Hubbs wore a mid blue suit

sounds rather odd now.

And no it wasn't a church wedding as he had been married before so you couldn't in those days

# 9  2/17/12 11:49 PM

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lily1000 wrote:

If you believe in marriage and what it stands for then of course you'd go for a church ceremony .... stupid question really ..... if it's just a piece of paper then why are you doing it in the first place ???  Would I do it again .... I say no and I mean it - now .... will I still say no tomorrow ??  Who knows ..... until I was 30 I said I was NEVER going to marry and yet I did .... moral of the story ... never say never !!!

not really  its the expense of it

# 10  2/17/12 11:54 PM

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I thought I answered this, maybe it was another thread. My first was in a registry office, no white dress, no romance, no reception, no engagement, no nothing except a life of slavery. My next one will be in white with the man I love, in a beautiful garden with all my friends

# 11  2/17/12 11:56 PM

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TalentedAngel wrote:

I thought I answered this, maybe it was another thread. My first was in a registry office, no white dress, no romance, no reception, no engagement, no nothing except a life of slavery. My next one will be in white with the man I love, in a beautiful garden with all my friends

you did answer but i want you to desribe the dress you want     sparkly  long short   big small   do tell

# 12  2/18/12 12:02 AM

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ruby126228 wrote:

TalentedAngel wrote:

I thought I answered this, maybe it was another thread. My first was in a registry office, no white dress, no romance, no reception, no engagement, no nothing except a life of slavery. My next one will be in white with the man I love, in a beautiful garden with all my friends

you did answer but i want you to desribe the dress you want     sparkly  long short   big small   do tell

Long, very white, lacy, sparkles around bodice, low neckline, he loves that, not sure why, lol underneath totally ****, well we can't waste time can we??????

Edit: No church though unless Busty is there to stop the roof falling in

# 13  2/18/12 12:03 AM

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ruby126228 wrote:

lily1000 wrote:

If you believe in marriage and what it stands for then of course you'd go for a church ceremony .... stupid question really ..... if it's just a piece of paper then why are you doing it in the first place ???  Would I do it again .... I say no and I mean it - now .... will I still say no tomorrow ??  Who knows ..... until I was 30 I said I was NEVER going to marry and yet I did .... moral of the story ... never say never !!!

not really  its the expense of it

No ... if you believe in the sanctity of marriage getting married in a church is a given !!  And the part that costs mega bucks is the fecking party that follows it ... and NO-ONE needs a sodding party to show or prove they are married and / or love each other .... get a grip woman

# 14  2/18/12 12:05 AM

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lily1000 wrote:

ruby126228 wrote:

lily1000 wrote:

If you believe in marriage and what it stands for then of course you'd go for a church ceremony .... stupid question really ..... if it's just a piece of paper then why are you doing it in the first place ???  Would I do it again .... I say no and I mean it - now .... will I still say no tomorrow ??  Who knows ..... until I was 30 I said I was NEVER going to marry and yet I did .... moral of the story ... never say never !!!

not really  its the expense of it

No ... if you believe in the sanctity of marriage getting married in a church is a given !!  And the part that costs mega bucks is the fecking party that follows it ... and NO-ONE needs a sodding party to show or prove they are married and / or love each other .... get a grip woman

I do, I love a party

# 15  2/18/12 12:05 AM

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lily1000 wrote:

ruby126228 wrote:

lily1000 wrote:

If you believe in marriage and what it stands for then of course you'd go for a church ceremony .... stupid question really ..... if it's just a piece of paper then why are you doing it in the first place ???  Would I do it again .... I say no and I mean it - now .... will I still say no tomorrow ??  Who knows ..... until I was 30 I said I was NEVER going to marry and yet I did .... moral of the story ... never say never !!!

not really  its the expense of it

No ... if you believe in the sanctity of marriage getting married in a church is a given !!  And the part that costs mega bucks is the fecking party that follows it ... and NO-ONE needs a sodding party to show or prove they are married and / or love each other .... get a grip woman

to me if you go the full hog that means a party too  imo

# 16  2/18/12 12:05 AM

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What does 'married' mean ?? 

Having an expensive dress ??  Lots of bridesmaids ??  Flowers ??  Big party ??  Spending a ton of money you haven't got ??

**** off !!!!!

Someone has got their priorities all wrong here ....... *hangs head in disbelief*

# 17  2/18/12 12:07 AM

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lily1000 wrote:

What does 'married' mean ?? 

Having an expensive dress ??  Lots of bridesmaids ??  Flowers ??  Big party ??  Spending a ton of money you haven't got ??

**** off !!!!!

Someone has got their priorities all wrong here ....... *hangs head in disbelief*

em this thread was started for TA to tell me what dress she would like  thats why its titled what dress!!!!! its not about me or my opinions

# 18  2/18/12 12:08 AM

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lily1000 wrote:

ruby126228 wrote:

lily1000 wrote:

If you believe in marriage and what it stands for then of course you'd go for a church ceremony .... stupid question really ..... if it's just a piece of paper then why are you doing it in the first place ???  Would I do it again .... I say no and I mean it - now .... will I still say no tomorrow ??  Who knows ..... until I was 30 I said I was NEVER going to marry and yet I did .... moral of the story ... never say never !!!

not really  its the expense of it

No ... if you believe in the sanctity of marriage getting married in a church is a given !!  And the part that costs mega bucks is the fecking party that follows it ... and NO-ONE needs a sodding party to show or prove they are married and / or love each other .... get a grip woman

Many do believe in the whole marriage thing and good luck to them..
As you Say Lily it can be done on a budget even for a church wedding. Once the church has been paid for anything more are extras


but for most "the dress" is of paramount importance as they want to look stunning on the day

# 19  2/18/12 12:08 AM

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lily1000 wrote:

What does 'married' mean ?? 

Having an expensive dress ??  Lots of bridesmaids ??  Flowers ??  Big party ??  Spending a ton of money you haven't got ??

**** off !!!!!

Someone has got their priorities all wrong here ....... *hangs head in disbelief*

No, no, no no. I would love all that and so does he. You cant take money to your grave so enjoy it while you can, life is too short

# 20  2/18/12 12:09 AM

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ambrosia69 wrote:

lily1000 wrote:

ruby126228 wrote:

not really  its the expense of it

No ... if you believe in the sanctity of marriage getting married in a church is a given !!  And the part that costs mega bucks is the fecking party that follows it ... and NO-ONE needs a sodding party to show or prove they are married and / or love each other .... get a grip woman

Many do believe in the whole marriage thing and good luck to them..
As you Say Lily it can be done on a budget even for a church wedding. Once the church has been paid for anything more are extras

He's rich

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