Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Here comes the bride, all dressed in...Costco?
I understand that women do weddings on all sorts of budgets, and that's okay. I have no issues with having a small wedding, or buying a less expensive dress. With the economy the way it these days, I think spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on an event that last six hours is frivolous.
On the other hand...it is your wedding dress! A dress that you will be photographed in, a dress that you may even hand down to your daughter.
I have a hard time picturing buying my dress, for the very special day, in the same warehouse where I can purchase a casket.
Can you imagine dropping you car off to have your tires rotated while you look at dresses? And where are you changing? Behind the mattresses and vacuum cleaners? And oh, while you hem it, I'll go grab some lawn furniture and a wheel of cheese...
PS No carts allowed in the bridal area.
"Isn't she beautiful?"
"Scarlett, you're blind, she looks like a big meringue." Four Weddings and a Funeral
Posted by Eight years and counting at 12:39 PM