I'm not getting married again but who doesn't want to pretend! hehe. Acutally when I was single my dad loved to embarrass me in front of new friends with a story (all my own fault really). Years before I met Mr. when I was just a happy go lucky single girl with stars in my eyes (or whatever you are in your early twenties). Some friends of mine had this routine we would do when we wanted to have a good time on a Saturday afternoon it involved a walmart ring and ... a good story.
We would go to Wedding dress stores, pretending to be the bride to be (we would take turns) and the other girls were the adoring bridesmaids! We had made up grooms names and stories of the proposal. (this is pathetic ... I know, read on). Of course you have to fill out the ocassional form (these stores are getting thorough). But when It was my turn I wasn't fazed ... I didn't even realize I was filling out a contest form (I have to stop now and say I never win anything...) Well you can see where this is going. Me and my (made up) fiancee ended up winning a honeymoon package... which I never redeemed because we had to have our forms of ID which was fine for me but not for ... Taylor Mason... Oops.
Anyway Flash forward to when I am not pretending but actually getting married. Here were some of my runner ups. None of these were the ones. But dress shopping for real was super fun.