Short wedding dress and church ceremony?

(8 Posts)
GemmaB78 Fri 29-Apr-16 16:53:15

Are they compatible?

When I say short, I mean tea length full skirted 1950s style.

Will it be frowned upon?

MeMySonAndl Fri 29-Apr-16 16:56:53

Woman, wear what you want and makes you happy, it doesn't matter what you choose, short, long, traditional, modern, expensive or cheap, someone will ask a stupid question about it or frown.

Honestly, It is part of the show, do as you please. The dress is totally your decision.

Congratssmile

Hufflepuffin Fri 29-Apr-16 16:57:22

I wore a knee length dress for our church bit

georgiatraher Fri 29-Apr-16 16:58:19

I LOVE TEA DRESSES SO MUCH. I'm sure God will too. Flash some ankle and enjoy it.

GemmaB78 Fri 29-Apr-16 17:00:34

Lovely - thank you! That's what I needed to hear. The dress was an utter bargain (£35 in a charity shop, unworn, just needed a minor alteration) and is lovely too, just had a minor wobble about "appropriateness"!

HirplesWithHaggis Fri 29-Apr-16 17:01:18

My aunt got married in church wearing a blue minidress (shotgun wedding, white not appropriate) around 1970, the church (and my aunt) is still standing.

Your tea dress sounds lovely. smile

Worriedthought2016 Mon 02-May-16 22:46:04

I wore a vintage 1960s mini dress to get married in church this year.

My legs looked fantastic if I do say so myself - wear what you like!!

annandale Mon 02-May-16 22:50:13

Well, in our church it would be longer than the skirts the vicar normally wears.

1950s wedding dresses also longer than my granny wore in 1924.

Have a wonderful day flowers

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