A wedding always generates noise and fuss, especially when its someone important. No I’m not talking about the Royal Wedding (although I was suitably impressed by the whole thing!) but my best friend’s. She is having her wedding party this Saturday ( having eloped a few weeks ago to get the ceremony out of the way) and I really can’t decide what to wear!
The wedding party is pretty informal – none of the usual wedding traditions like speeches, favours, sit down dinners or confetti, but I think my best friend is still expecting people to make an effort. So I have narrowed it down to two dresses and I would like to you lot to vote for which one you think I should wear:
Dress option one : Frock and Frill crochet dress
Obviously I wont be wearing it with leggings and boots! However, I am thinking of wearing it with the cardigan, necklace and sweater guard. I have these shoes from Accessorize and I have a cute flower headband. Alternatively I have this cardigan.
Dress option two: Beth Ditto velvet dress
Obviously without the tights, but maybe the heart shoes or my white lace brogues (seen here). I also plan to wear this headband by Bijou Bijoux:
So the choice is yours – whatever gets the most votes I will wear! Use the buttons below and decide away! You’ve only got until Friday so hop to it!
Also seeing as this is a wedding themed post, find some pictures from my own wedding (in September 2007!) below:
Me and my bridesmaids – l-r My little sister, my best friend (and the bride on Saturday) and our matchmaker
Shoes – bridesmaid’s own
Pashminas – £10 for 3 from Leather Lane Market in Holborn
Dress – Simply Be (!!)
Shoes – New Look
Flower clips (in my hair) – eBay 12 for £2 – I’m wearing 5, the bridesmaids have the rest
Suit & shoes – Moss Bros of Lewisham (cheapo mens clothing store!)
Shirt – Next
Tie thingy – t’internet
Shoes – Moss Bros of Lewisham
Also behind us you can just about see the tramp we’d over taken on our walk from the park to the pub! Nice!
Our wedding was done on a budget of just under £3,000 – that included both of our outfits, half of the price of the bridesmaids’ dress, reception, flowers, rings, table decorations etc! I was a bargainista bride!