Wedding planning in full swing, this is always a difficult process, but here is how I planned mine. View Part 1 here.
Day 6 – 18 Oct
My mother and I fell in love with the last two dresses instantly, but they are R1300 a piece. So its a no.
We found a dress that i just love for me. Lipsy London stocks it and its so pretty, makes me think of cupcakes. And I deleted it before I could show it to you. We spent the entire day in Canal Walk and came home with nothing.
Day 7 – 19 Oct
My mom, Tara and I went dress shopping. I found a style I love. I’m in love with it. The lace we like sells for R1000 a meter. But we will have to find a dress maker first.
Tara also tried on a couple of dresses and found one she loves. Lucky for her my cousin Danica loves it too. She is going to go try it on in Bloem tomorrow. Here is an dress she tried on, but not the one she will be wearing.
Day 8 – 20 Oct
All the invitations have gone out, now I wait for responses. Why can people just receive something and respond immediatly.
Day 9 – 23 Oct
I finally found a dressmaker and had an appointment to see her. She is making my dress for R600 and she said she will make dresses for the girls. We talked about material and now I need to go shopping.