We’re sure bridal dressmakers are sick of hearing brides say they want a “fairy-tale wedding.” Damn, that social conditioning will get you. This bride decided on the theme of her wedding from the get-go. She went for white and pink. Fuchsia pink. Whatever happened to keeping things simple? All she needs now is a huge gum balloon coming out of her mouth, and she is ready to go.
It’s either that or she is the next generation’s inspiration for young girls who are brought up as princesses, believe they are princesses and are going to get married dressed like princesses.
Just Another Dress
Oh, look, another balloon/cupcake dress. How creative. It seems that balloons and upside-down cupcakes, somehow, still seem to be making their way onto the bodies of brides-to-be. Sure, at birthdays and parties, these things add to the spectacle and are obvious signs of a celebration! But there is such a thing as overdoing it.
Not to mention the smile and grind on this bride's face, looking as if she knows what she looks like or perhaps has had too much cake to eat ( or too much to drink); we’re not sure if she's going to make it through the entire day or not.
“This is MY (bridal) Swamp!”
Where other brides would take heed of Shrek’s warning, “This is the part where you run away,” this bride truly embraced her inner ogre, and this was reflected in her bridal attire. When an animation comes to life, it’s surely something to ogle! With the possibility that the pair spent more than a few hours in the make-up chair, that’s certainly commitment – not only to each other but to the theme!
This beautifully green pair is certainly beaming… no doubt walking down the aisle to wedded bliss…and maybe even a castle in Far, Far Away. But then again, if they’re true to their characters, the only place they can call home sweet home is Shrek’s swamp in the woods!
Toilet Paper the Bride!
Often, the bride finds it difficult to use the restroom on her big day, with the maid of honor usually given the duty of assisting with bathroom duties. But not for these brides! They can simply lose a few inches on their dress without all the fuss! The other explanation? A bridal contest for who could craft the most creative dress out of toilet paper.
To be fair, we just want to go with the first idea. While it’s okay for the bride to wear all white, we're not sure how the groom would feel wearing all white on his wedding day. Maybe if it was dyed black…
The One With the Mask
2020 left us with many memories. The whole world stood still and left us with .....a load of used facemasks. Surprisingly, the facemasks were uses not only for covering the face but for covering the entire body. Even a bride's body. The Chinese dress designer decided to turn her lemons into lemonade and designed this unique dress made from ...you got it, face masks.
We hope there's some cotton or silk embroidery between the mask layers as we're not sure the bride who will wear this will find the gown particularly comfortable. One thing is for sure: she will remain safe!