I'd been harassed by my loving, amazingly organized cousin (also known and Maid-of-Honor-zilla) to order the dress ASAP, but I had this sneaking suspicion that I might find something I liked better. So I went alone (gasp!) to the store to try it on again. I wanted to make sure I wasn't making the decision off of someone else's "ooohs or ahhhs". And I feel in love. Again.
The only thing I could have wanted in a dress was a longer train. Luckily an awesome saleslady suggested that I get a cathedral style veil to create the illusion of a long train. I'd always thought those were only for really super fancy weddings, but now I've got all kinds of ideas swirling in my head.
Of course, one choice just leads to another.
I could go with a cathedral veil for the ceremony....
Side Note: I hope you're supposed to just walk down the aisle with these already behind you. I can just see Mr. Man and I tangled up in it and everyone laughing!
.... and a DIY flower for the reception.
And what in the world are you supposed to do with that much tulle if you wear a cathedral veil?
photos from affordableweddingveils.com, jenniferbehr.com, pearlseventsblog.com