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Wedding Dresses

I have a feeling that I am going to receive a wedding card from my colleague very soon.  She told me that her future son-in-law has planned a proposal party for her daughter and it was supposed to be a Surprise for her daughter.  Both parents on either side are sworn to secrecy, they are not to tell the "bride-to-be" about the proposal party.  A few of their closest relatives and friends were invited to the surprise party which will be held this coming weekend.  Though I am not invited to the party, I am just as excited as my colleague, she has been updating me about the Proposal event every now and then. They might be taking in some professional photographer such as Azul Photography.

This is now the 21st century, many young couples are opting for beach weddings or garden weddings. They seem to be the trend nowadays and I agree that having a wedding outside our own homes and churches can be pretty exciting and wonderful.  I can imagine the beautiful flowers surrounding the aisle, greenery in every corner and the guests mingling with each other with a sense of happiness and excitement.  It would be an added bonus with God's blessings from a pastor who will conduct the wedding on a beach or a garden and the proud father of the bride walking down the beautiful sands to hand over the bride to the groom.  Hmmm... such serenity...

Well, this is the scenery that my colleague has been telling me.  Her daughter has mentioned to her that she is looking forward to a beach garden wedding and right now, she is browsing through many beach wedding dresses.  I hope she will be able to choose the one that she really likes from this website!



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  1. Oh. Lovely gowns. Now you made me wanna have a garden wedding. Lol. Actually I want to have one but in our country with humid weather, damn hot to walk in the garden during the day.

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  2. Wonder when is the day get a chance to wear wedding dress, hehe!!! =]

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