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    Even though it's a country wedding, I would be careful about being too casual. I think out of respect for the bride and groom, it's nice to get dressed up and show that you appreciate them and the Occassion.

    A cocktail dress and low heels would be a good idea.

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    I just followed that link to Birdsnest - that site looks awesome!!!!

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    If you end up going with a stiletto heel, you can get these cool things that stop your heels sinking into the ground. I've never used them myself but a bride and bridesmaids had them at a wedding I attended.

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    Default Fashion advice needed - wedding

    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Even though it's a country wedding, I would be careful about being too casual. I think out of respect for the bride and groom, it's nice to get dressed up and show that you appreciate them and the Occassion.

    A cocktail dress and low heels would be a good idea.
    I agree. I was thinking of taking some flats as backup if terrain ends up too much for low heel/wedges, plus some opaque tights, boots and a good jacket so if weather turns extreme/Antarctic/muddy I can always duck back to the room and rug up after the ceremony without wasting a nice dress. Luckily we are staying at the venue.

    The pelican should help too with buffering extreme weather - thanks for the genius suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    I just followed that link to Birdsnest - that site looks awesome!!!!
    Isn't it good? I discovered it via bubhub too

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    Quote Originally Posted by clbj View Post
    That's awesome. I'm totally accessorising with a beagle, turkey and shotgun Although turkeys are hard to come by at the moment. Do you think a swan would be suitably on trend? pelican?
    Don't be ridiculous. At an Aussie country wedding you *wear* a kelpie or blue heeler, not a beagle.

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