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to watch the RW in my wedding dress?

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ChaosTrulyReigns Tue 26-Apr-11 21:04:28

Well I was considering it if I could squeeze into it find it, but my earrings still fit, so I shall be wearing those.


Anyone else planning to wear their wedding frippery?

CommonerTrulyReigns Fri 29-Apr-11 10:11:41

grin at lift-off.

FellatioNels0n Fri 29-Apr-11 08:36:50

I don't know what to do with myself until lift-off now!

SugarPasteFrog Fri 29-Apr-11 08:31:26

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MotherMucca Fri 29-Apr-11 08:30:01

Rollers out, Ellnette sprayed.

Coral lippie applied. WillKat earrings donned.

Half a bottle of cooking sherry downed.

Get a bliddy move on kids! Cheers!

SugarPasteFrog Fri 29-Apr-11 08:30:00

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FellatioNels0n Fri 29-Apr-11 08:23:40

I haven't got mine anymore - what shall I wear instead?

berylmuspratt Thu 28-Apr-11 22:21:23

That is a brilliant idea OP. I can't get into mine and it's a 90s confection of daisies and lace, I might try and pop it on though. DS (5) will freak out when he comes downstairs and sees Miss Havisham sat on the sofa eating toast smile

HappySeven Thu 28-Apr-11 21:52:36

I just read this out and suggested I do the same. DH said "would you still fit in it?". Red rag... bull! Just been in the loft, dragged it out and tried it on. First time in 9 years and tighter than it was but felt great! DH smiling too. Thanks!

Lexilicious Thu 28-Apr-11 20:39:17

I was thinking this exact idea today! I said it out loud at work and people thought I was la-la (I am). Got married Dec 09 so probably still fits. Fifties knee length thingy (prob on profile).

Have got no flags or bunting or anything though. May just look like a crazy lady in an ivory dress. Oh! I have a union jack tea towel! I will drape it over my arm when I pop to Tesco.

CocktailQueen Thu 28-Apr-11 20:35:44

Har har - do! I'm going to wear my wedding tiara grin

pointydog Thu 28-Apr-11 20:28:42

Utterly bonkers

MABS Thu 28-Apr-11 20:09:29

only if i can have lipo and a tummy tuck before 11 tmro sad

Tillyscoutsmum Thu 28-Apr-11 19:57:40

We are having a BBQ with a few friends and will be wearing wedding dresses smile

One of my friends isn't married (yet - 8 year engagement !), so she is borrowing one of mine (I still have one from my previous marriage). We're hiring a bouncy castle - supposedly for the dc's so tomorrow, somewhere in the midlands, there will be 5 women jumping on a bouncy castle, quite possibly in the rain, in wedding dresses grin

MrsGuyOfGisbourne Thu 28-Apr-11 19:52:16

lol - will not be watching the wedding, but did think it might be fun if everyone wore their dresses that day - even those selling flange brackets in b&Q, tho maybe not firefighters. I shall be taking the dc to atheme park -so probably wont but there is a street party in our road we may look in at later to met the neighboursgrin
Min is not the trad type, is very short and lacy - in fact so short that my younger step-daughter's job at out weddign was to carry a whistle in her bouquet and blow it if my knickers were showing - she was very proud of her duty (she was 7)
I took a pic of myself tonight in mine to put as my temp facebook pic-for one day grin

HerRoyalHighnessPrincessCervix Thu 28-Apr-11 19:46:02

I cannot believe that someone else had this idea grin blush

but i'm 6 stone heavier now and don't think i'll fit, and it wasn't a meringue or anything anyway.

i feel i must confess, the charity shop in town had a large lacy bride frock in the window and I actually thought about it for a second or 2.

paisleyII Thu 28-Apr-11 19:43:37

i sold my on loot years ago but great idea! i still have my shoes and bag and tiara! you have given me a good idea cheers wine

greensnail Thu 28-Apr-11 19:43:23

ooh, I'd love to wear mine. I think it should fit now I've lost a bit of weight. It might even be too big. I'm quite excited now but DH will think i've gone crazy grin

Should I find something weddingy for DD1 to wear? I have the bridesmaid dress I wore when I was pg with her, she could maybe use it as a tent to watch the wedding from.

SoupDragon Thu 28-Apr-11 19:31:21

MrsSnow, you do understand that no one here is actually going to the wedding, don't you?

MadameCastafiore Thu 28-Apr-11 19:25:52

I am wearing mine to a wedding themed BBQ. Tried it on last week and is too big for me oh the joy! Am going to be stuffing with loo paper!

MaureenMLove Thu 28-Apr-11 19:24:34

Speaking as the notorious Mo, who wears hers on a scarily regular basis, you are so nbu! It's a fantastic idea and I will be doing the same! In fact I'm wearing it tomorrow AND Saturday at another Royal Wedding party! grin

It cost be a small fortune in 1991, so I need to get my monies worth! grin

madonnawhore Thu 28-Apr-11 19:18:52

Never having been married, my friend and I were tempted to buy second hand ones...

I think I'll just settle for a hat, with a fascinator of course!

CommonerTrulyReigns Thu 28-Apr-11 19:17:59

Just the one can coab? wink

lambet great photo hmm grin

chrisonabike Thu 28-Apr-11 19:15:23

Gutted I can't join in. Getting married next month and sitting in front of the box in the frock with a fried egg sandwich and a can of Strongbow will surely end in tears.

MarianneM Thu 28-Apr-11 19:06:24

Great idea! I'd do it myself if I could fit into my wedding dress!

MrsSnow Thu 28-Apr-11 19:04:19


You wouldn't go to someone else's wedding in your wedding dress would you?? hmm

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