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    $450 and it was perfect

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    Nothing

    Borrowed it from a friend

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    $300 from a little boutique as we had a small inexpensive wedding

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    $650- I found it online for that price, took it to a bridal store and asked if she could make it (She made 2 of my friend's dresses so I knew her skill) and she matched the price! I couldn't get mine off the rack because it was red

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    $100 delivered

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    $900 off the peg inc cleaning. Paid $300 for alterations (almost 2 sizes) so $1200 total ( a Maggie Sottero dress) would have been $1700 made to order excluding alterations

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    $2200 it is stunning!!! I get to wear it next Friday it cost me an extra $33 for a bustle clip so I can clip my train up in the reception but needed no alterations at all, also my hoop was $200 as was my veil.. But the dress all up including hoop $2433 sooo excited!!

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    $4100. It was custom made by a designer who has her own bridal label. She did it from home for me. If she did it from the shop it would have cost over $7000.

    I had no idea what I wanted, just knew I didn't want a big puffy princessy dress. I had no real idea what it would turn out like but in the end it was amazing.

    Id never sell it. If I ever have a daughter it will be hers to keep.

    I don't regret it, but I maybe would have chosen a different style sort of. I love j'aton dresses so I would have gotten something similar to their style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meegzz View Post
    $2200 it is stunning!!! I get to wear it next Friday it cost me an extra $33 for a bustle clip so I can clip my train up in the reception but needed no alterations at all, also my hoop was $200 as was my veil.. But the dress all up including hoop $2433 sooo excited!!
    SoUnds exciting!
    Have a wonderful day xx

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    about $3,500 I think? maybe $4k


 

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