If you want your wedding to make the papers but find that you have not been getting the attention you wanted, just wear the papers instead. And seeing as recycling is all the rage, you’ll probably make a major fashion statement.
Our only concern is the crinkling and rustling sounds you’ll make as you walk down the aisle. That’s gotta be awkward to watch, though you can always drown it out with some heavy organ playing. Sound like a real fairytale wedding.
Now seriously. If you wanted to wear a pair of pants as your wedding gown (which you are entitled to do), then why bother with the extra piece of fabric covering them all up?
This could have worked really well, and we are big supporters of brides in pants, but there's a time in life when you just have to make up your mind.
“This Is MY (Bridal) Swamp!”
This bride truly embraced her inner ogre. 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 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!
Marriage is a major step for everyone. This dress tells us that tying the knot is a lot like that precious moment when the little caterpillar transforms into a beautiful fluttering butterfly.
Like with the butterfly, the metamorphosis allows the newly winged creature to be free, where it can happily hop around from flower to flower. Yes, this is certainly the perfect analogy for marriage.
If you're into trash, then this is the wedding dress for you. Not sure if the bride actually paid someone for the design or if she collected old plastic bags from friends and dumpsters.
Has this been an ongoing project for her whole life where she has been methodically setting aside whatever she could for the big day? Was there a separate wedding dress pantry all along? And what will be done with this dress afterward? So many questions.