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    My wedding dress was sewn by my mum so cost nothing. It was originally made for a sportsman of the year dinner that I was a winner of when I was 17 years old. 6 years later and it still fitted me. Our whole wedding came in under $5000 and it was beautiful. Most expensive was our photos and rings which I don't mind paying for coz they're forever. I made my veil, flowers and mum made DH's shirt, dress, her outfit, dads outfit. It was a very personalised wedding and I wouldn't change a thing

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    Paid $1,000 for a Vera Wang. Love it and can't wait to wear it!!!
    I need to get it altered a little though, I hope it won't be too pricey...

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    Paid $1200 for mine and was beautiful

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    $600 off-the-rack and it was amazing! Last dress left in a discontinued line. Given the intricate beading etc I imagine full retail price would have been over $1000.

    I didn't want to spend too much but I also wanted to get the perfect dress. However, as soon as I put this one on I just had to have it!

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    $2000. I was happy to spend that
    Plus my nan made my veil which ended up costing $30 so I splashed out lol

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    I paid about $2,000 for mine (including extensive alterations cause I am so short) It was well worth it.

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    About $70 for fabric $300 for it to be tailor made in Australia and $50 for crystal beads. I was really happy with how it turned out.

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    $400 online - I thought I would get pictures in the ocean although ended up being 9 weeks pregnant with DS and sick all day so didn't in the end.
    Loved my dress though. MIL loved it so much she had it preserved! I was going to leave it in Thailand!!
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