Picture this. 1985, Sicily. Dorothy is getting married. Ok, now back to Florida, where Dorothy shares her house with her mum, Sophia Petrillo, Blanche Devereaux, and adorable Rose Nylund. We know there are scriptwriters and producers, actors, and an audience; however, we just couldn’t ignore this dress.
We can handle the overall look, but we have issues with those things at the front. Is it a cut tube? Does it have water running down to refresh the bouquet? These were the 1980s, and anything was acceptable back then. Besides, Dorothy was a Golden Girl. She could wear whatever she wanted.
Hungry on Your Big Day? Sorted!
We’re sure a lot of brides get so caught up in the excitement of their big day that they often forget to eat! The next bride, Diane Nguyen, surely would’ve made her mandatory pit-stop at none other than Taco Bell. But why waste time waiting in the drive-thru when you can take Taco Bell with you?
Like, even into the church? Why didn’t we think of this before? While others may gasp and gawk in horror at seeing a bride stride down the aisle covered in Taco Bell, including all sauces, we’re sure there was a very appreciative bridal party. Snacks sorted!
With this stoic pose and her neck almost pulling out her head, it's unique, it's exquisite, and it definitely screams out, IT'S A NEW MILLENIUM. Again, we’re hoping this is some sort of party costume or party trick, but hey, maybe she’s just a bit of a comic geek! And we wouldn’t be surprised if this superhero twist got the groom all flustered!
The dress itself is quite ok, and even the bird could be considered pretty to some, but then, looking at the many left-behind layers of fabric, we’re not exactly sure the designer was fully concentrated when working on this.
Higher Than Your Wedding Day!
Well, no one wants to be down and depressed on their wedding day, that’s for sure. Is this bride unhappy about marrying someone shorter than her? Not at all, and she is making an effort to show how pleased she is to the camera. Sometimes taller brides wear flat shoes or ask the groom to wear hidden hills, but not this one. She is proud and tall beside her loved one.
She is saying it here clearly and loudly. It doesn't matter how tall ( or how short) her husband is as long as she is the center of attention, not only on her wedding day but throughout their entire life together.
The Trophy Wife
She is beauty; she is graceful; she’ll say it to your face. Or, at the very least, wear a fully golden dress. Now her groom can tell everyone he’s actually won an Oscar, and instead of placing it on a shelf, she decided to wear it on her wedding day. It is as if a bride in her own right doesn't draw enough attention and becomes the talk of the day, but by wearing this dress, no other guest stands a chance.
So remember. There are some weddings where the guests CAN come in white, and they will not seal anyone's thunder. In fact, they might even tone things down by having this dancing on the dance floor.