Uncle Sam’s niece is getting married; we all know this is the dress she’s about to wear. The only question we have here is why she didn’t put effort into her hair, makeup, and background. It’s obvious that most of the attention is going to be drawn to the stars and stripes, but did this bride take into account that she will actually have to talk to some people during the big day?
Did she ever consider dressing up as the Statue of Liberty (including the headpiece) for her big day? She might not have drawn so much attention.
Choc-loads of Fun!
This wedding is definitely going to be full of love, sweetness, and… chocolate. Sorry, we were just describing the chocolate and had nothing whatsoever to do with the bride. Speaking of, she is looking rather delectable in her white chocolate gown! Yes... some chocolatiers labored for hours on end to create hundreds, if not thousands, of chocolate curls to adorn the wedding dress.
Not to mention the fine chocolate work on the bodice of the dress – intricate corset detail truly makes this a work of art! Seems the wedding dessert is sorted – but we still think there’s magic involved for this dress to last for 12+ hours. Plus, I'm pretty sure you can’t sit down. Practicality fails, but it is worth it, right?
Looks like some people just love NY a little too much. Or she literally wanted the entire city skyline in her wedding photo. Talk about multi-use – she has her wedding souvenirs, she's promoting the city she loves, and we guess it's only a matter of time before the photo is used for some movie.
New York! Where all dreams come true, and all grooms.....listen to their wives and take photos wherever they decide. Could you imagine the groom being the one insisting on the scene for the wedding photo? Things have surely changed over the years. This would have been unheard of in or days.
A Homage to Culture
This woman from Korea clearly did not have a bar of all-white Western attire for her wedding and went down the cultural path. We must say that we appreciate tradition, we honor those who preserve it, and even though there is nothing white about this dress (a traditional Hanbok, if you're into specifics), there is something magical going on here.
We actually really love this decision of hers – classy and elegant with the regal attitude that such a colorful culture brings. The romantic, tiered, waterfall-style dress in a bright, dazzling red is exotic but feminine and pretty. We are actually saying YES to this dress!
Kyrgyz couples have a unique way of doing things; they like doing everything together. Even getting married. So when a little girl dreams of her wedding day, she knows she will never be the center of attention and that attention will have to be shared with others.
The state sponsors the event, and 35 couples marry in one ceremony. No wedding bills, how about that? Maybe it's better this way. Just think, if the groom happens to change his mind after the ceremony, he can choose a different bride. Who will tell? They are all wearing the same dress anyway.