I pulled out my dress box which had been heirloomed and sealed shortly after my wedding—I literally had not laid eyes on my dress since I got it cleaned and packed. I was afraid of what I might find . . . moths? water stains? dingy lace? But the dress was in pristine condition. Heirlooming is worth every penny! I can't remember exactly how much it cost way back then, but I do know it was over $100 and seemed like an absolute fortune to my poor, newlywed self.
I was married during the month of August, and since this past weekend not only ushered in August but some nice weather as well, I thought it would be a good time to go outside and snap some pictures.
My 12-year-old daughter felt left out and wanted me to take her picture in the dress. I told her that she was too big, that she would look more like a hillbilly teenage bride in an ill-fitting frock than a cute kid dressing up in her mother's gown, but she insisted.
Kind of weird, I admit, but posing in my old dress made her happy.
Then the bee showed up . . .
Now that's weird.
Dinner last night: pork loin roast, roasted veggies and gravy
Exactly two years ago:
Exactly three years ago:
Exactly four years ago:
Okay, this makes me kinda of wish I was having a girl. No one will ever care about my old wedding dress. In fact, I wonder where that dress is...
saw this idea on pinterest too:) Your description of a teen hill billy cracked me up!
Great post, laughed out loud on that one, think I startled the guy at the desk next to me...
I used to get my wedding dress out every year on our anniversary and put it on. Each year I'd get a big smile from my husband or children or whoever was around. Especially on the years when my belly was big and pregnant with one of our four children.
I think that's so adorable!
And I totally get why your 12-year-old wanted in on it. I'd feel left out too!
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