Not all brides have to wear dresses. Not all brides have to wear white. Not all brides have to follow any customers; in fact, there are no rules to which any bride is obliged. However, there is only one thing we ask: consistency and going in one direction.
Now seriously. If you wanted to wear a pair of pants as your wedding gown (which you are entitled to), then why bother with the extra piece of fabric covering them all up? This could have worked well, and we are big supporters of brides in pants, but there’s a time when you just have to make up your mind.
When she’s off her bridal duties, this bride must spend most of her free time wearing football jerseys and attending games. And no, she is not a cheerleader; she is simply a huge fan. We imagine they first met at the stadium, cheering for the same team.
This groom must be so proud and loves the fact that his wife is such a sport and adores the field just as much as he does. And besides, who said your wedding dress couldn't be sporty? Anything goes, and as long as you encourage and support the right team, then we are all for it.
Being Part of the Theme
This bride’s dress is quite unique and quite special; however, we are a bit concerned the feathers will be used not only for decorating the dress. By the look of it, they can be used for decorating the wedding hall and playing a part in the theme.
If she changes her mind at the chapel, it won't take too much for her to fly off and escape. She will leave traces of feathers scattered on the floor, leaving the groom to wonder what on earth had happened. We prefer the first option of the bride being part of the theme.
The Devil Wears a Wedding Dress
Who said goth people only wear black? The bride who is going to wear this dress obviously had a less-than-conventional wedding, but they didn’t give up on a gown in traditional white, giving it a gothic touch. We suggest white military boots and horns just to finish up this look.
Imagine this: a dark dungeon, hundreds of bats hanging from the selling, tens of gothic dancers nodding their heads violently up and down, splashes of dark paint adorning the walls and the center of attention, one bride in white. We hate to think that the bride might not be drawing all of the attention.
Long Train Running
This is what we call participation. This is what we call solidarity. One way of getting your guests to stand still and not block anyone’s view during the ceremony is to let them hold the dress’s train. Unfortunately, the train is rarely that long.
This way, all the guests are taking part in the event. So, if you ever have a day off with nothing really important to do, head up into town, look for a bride, groom, and a long veil, and hop on. This is what we call taking part in an event you were not invited to.