Spare me the congratulations.
I'm not getting hitched any time soon, thank god.
But I have a couple friends who are walking down the aisle this summer. And with all the bridal showers and bachelorette parties, it is hard to ignore the wedding fever that seems to be taking everyone over this season.
I actually don't want to get married, but if someone forced me, I think my favorite part of planning the ceremony would be choosing the dress.
This year, it seems like Prince William's bride, Kate, has set the trend. Everyone wants that sleek, simple, and elegant gown she wore during the Royal Wedding.
But while I thought the dress was stunning, it would just look ridiculous on my short, curvy frame. Plus, I have a more...extravagant sense of style.
So, after several hours of browsing the internet (much to the horror of my father and boyfriend) I came across a few dresses I wouldn't mind saying "I do" in.
Here are my choices:
This gown has Jennifer Fabulous written all over it. In fact, it is actually a crime that I am not wearing this gown right now. I should be arrested.
The gold and white two-tone give this gown a majestic feel. This is a wedding gown fit for a queen.
This is the ultimate big poofy princess bridal gown. Plus, all the layers of tulle on the bottom would help my upper body seems so much more thin!
My dream is to find a vintage wedding gown. This one is absolutely perfect.
This is very simple and elegant. It is so not me. But I'm in love with it.
If you're a dedicated reader of my blog, you already know I'm bat-shit nuts. So it shouldn't surprise you that I would TOTALLY wear this fairy dress down the aisle.
Why would I wear this random Indian bridal sari to my wedding? Because I could get away with it. And let's face it, I would look like a total bad ass.
A spring wedding with a garden tea reception? Yes, please.
If I was six feet tall and a size 0, I would purchase this dress in a heartbeat. Even if I wasn't getting married. I would just stand in front of the mirror in it ogling myself every day.
So, what do you think of the dresses I chose? Would you wear any of these? What is your ideal wedding gown?