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    Default How much was your wedding dress?

    DP proposed on the weekend and i wasn't expecting it at all! Now i need to start planning a wedding with no idea where to start lol!

    First things first i obviously need a dress! I have no idea what kind of prices i'm looking at so curious to see what others paid for their dresses

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    $1,300 over 5 years ago. They've come down a lot in price since I shopped for wedding dresses, I'm bridesmaid for a friend and they're a LOT cheaper in the same shop.

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    Mine was $2500 two years ago. You can buy really beautiful dresses for all kinds of prices.

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    $4000

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    $250

    It wasnt really traditional tho, most of it was black

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    I'm having mine made for 440 , though there is no beading

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    Congratulations!!! What an exciting time for u all.

    I paid about $1400 9 years ago. My niece got married in October last year n she bought hers for about $2500, but that was the cheaper version of her dress. They can do the same dress for a higher and lower price depending on what fabric u want! Keep n mind that alot of dresses from stores come in from overseas and need about 4 to 6 months notice.

    Have lOts of fun shopping!

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    $170 on eBay then $100 on alterations. Congratulations!!

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    $10.50 on eBay + $40 postage and $150 dry cleaning.

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