A dress this big comes with a statement. And that statement is – you can’t touch this (we can hear you humming to MC Hammer’s music; don’t worry, you are not alone). Don’t come near; you can’t say a word, and by the look of it, you (the groom) won’t be able to kiss me after the “I Do” part.
There is no going near this one. With all this volume, no one will be able to mess up her makeup or anything, which is great. Our only concern is how she is going to dance after the ceremony. She won’t be able to stand like this all night.
A Bad Situation
Hair and makeup are essential when it comes to celebrating your wedding day on Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead, and not only in Mexico. If you celebrate this special day, it doesn't matter where you are in the world; this dress is outrageous but may work for you. This one might have needed a very good hairdresser and a lot of makeup.
With colorful flowers that wouldn't put a back garden to shame, this bride knows how to create a truly unique look. With all the bridal makeup ideas you can find online, going with the traditional sugar skull paint may have made things a little simpler and less confusing for this bride.
Sustainability has been the name of the game in the last few years. People recycle, reuse, and repurpose all the time, and it has become so much more than thatjust a passing trend. This is where the world is going, and the more we progress in time, the more we are going to recycle, so start getting used to it.
This bride obviously cares a lot about the planet as her wedding dress is made with well-cut pieces of paper. We wonder if this dress could be recycled all the way, and in the future, we will see her daughter in it, followed by her granddaughter, and so on.
Paint It Blue
Talk about tradition. This bride was probably missing her ‘something blue’ when her stylist suggested adding a splash of blue paint to her dress. The question is, is Allen the bride's name or the groom's? Also, could this blue paint actually be frosting? If the bag in her hand is any indication, it might just be the case.
Either way, this could be the beginning of a new bride-style tradition. A dress with a name.....any name you want. SO back to the checklist. Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something....oh, let's just throw some blue paint on the dress.
This bride must have figured she could catch two birds with one stone – wedding cake and wedding dress all in one! There is no need to get a cake from the basket; ask the dress designer to make sure the dress is edible. Her sweet dress is sure to make everyone talk about her.
By the look of it, he husband is finding it hard to let go. Can someone please tell him to stop. If he continues, the wedding certificate might not be the only certificate he signed that day, and the bride might have a change of mind. Or at least a change of dress.