OK PLANNERS HERE WE GO.......HAPPEN TO BE LOOKING AT BRIDEZILLA ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND THERE WAS A BRIDE THAT CHANGED DRESSES 7 TIMES!  IT SEEMED SHE WAS MORE FOCUSED ON THE DRESSES MORE THAN HER EVENT.   WHEN IS IT TOO MUCH?

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I think the alternations cannot be over 3 times

While I agree that seven is a bit excessive and over the top, it is the bride's day - let's face it - it is all about her and her groom. I think changing from  the wedding gown after the ceremony to a more comfortable but formal gown for the reception is fine. Every wedding is different and every couple has their own ideas of what they deem important --for the seven time dress-changing bride, it is clear that fashion is one of her top priorities. That is fine if it works for her. But, yes, it is a bit dramatic!

I honestly don't see a reason to change that many times.  I can understand wearing something more formal for the ceremony, and then a bit more comfortable to dance at the reception... and then a going away outfit.  I don't see how anyone could possibly change more than 3 times, and even that's more than most would consider.

 

 

Well, seven is certainly too much lol.  I know each bride is different, but I think that two is enough.  More than that and it's becoming about something other than till death do us part IMO.  I gave up on Bridezilla a few years ago because it got me too riled up.

She doesn't need to change much! One change of outfit is already good. She can just change her accessories from time to time so it gives her a whole new look. Like, change necklaces and earrings and bangles so she can look more funky than classic. Even if its her day, its not a good call to be excessive, 'cause unless she's some super rich girl, then she's gonna need the money for life after the wedding!! I'm getting married next year and I do not intend to do what she did. Practicality is always best. 

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