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    • EveM82
      CommentAuthorEveM82
      Posted: Jan 4th 2015
     
    hi all!i know exactly what i want where my wedding dress is concerned...but unfortunatley my imagination has expensive taste haha.i love the backless mermaid gowns by berta and galia lahav etc and was wondering if anyone knew of any similar but more affordable versions in the uk please?
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    • DeniseA23
      CommentAuthorDeniseA23
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Jan 4th 2015
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    Have you thought of contacting some local seemstress or dress makers in your area. I found a seamstress who does a lot of wedding dress alterations who has happily agreed to make my dress at a good price, I found her last year and she has made 3 dresses for me so far. Love her and I always get a great deal.




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    • JennK
      CommentAuthorJennK
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 4th 2015
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    M0ri lee has some backless mermaids, I would have a look on her website.

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    • thefuture:Mrs_Hurren
      CommentAuthorthefuture:Mrs_Hurren
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 4th 2015
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    I would have a good look around, I fell in love with several dresses that where well out of my budget, £2500 plus. I have since found very similar, beautiful dresses of the same high quality in the £400-800 price bracket it's just a case of trying all suppliers and maybe travelling a bit further x
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    • Teresa
      CommentAuthorTeresa
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jan 4th 2015
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    go to lots if different places and try them on, i ended up buying the exact opposite of what i thought i wanted, so go with an open mind, i went to a shop tried on the style i deffo didn't want and wasn't sure, then went to another shop with an open mind and tried on a dress in the same stye and fell in love.
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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Jan 5th 2015
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    Like the others have said, shop around and keep an eye out for when local bridal shops have sales,

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    • CoralLeigh2016
      CommentAuthorCoralLeigh2016
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Jan 5th 2015
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    I'd have a look at local stores/stockists of designers you like and see if they have any up and coming trunk shows for new season ranges.....I got my dress with 10% off.....which was a fabulous saving considering it was over the £1000 mark all because I got it from a trunk show xxx
 
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