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Journalists of the British newspaper Daily Mail has collected the opinions of guests about the latest wedding trends and published the most hated of them.
First came the “boring” strapless gown, which “expresses the individuality of the bride.” “They say that these dresses are traditional but they are just outdated, they are from the 90’s. In the history there were many other great designs, and there is no one with open shoulders and flared skirt,” said one guest.
“Maybe it’s because I love fashion, but I can’t stand white strapless dress with flared hem,” added another.
Guests also don’t like “collective” music for ceremonies and a huge illuminated installations with the couple’s names or the word love (“love”).
“Wedding in a country style in the barn when the couple do not even live in the village and has no idea of rural life”, — shared his opinion one more interlocutor of the edition.
Some of them can not tolerate the presence at the wedding of the children and their screams.
“Different signs. A character cake “cake”. Thank you, I would have never guessed that,” said another woman.
Also on the list were the brides destroying their dresses after the wedding. “All these photo shoots, when the bride hacking her dress. Better give it to someone else! Many people dream of a beautiful dress, but I can’t afford it,” protested the visitor.
Earlier in September, designers of wedding clothes noticed a growing demand for dresses with pockets. The founder of online wedding resource Bridebook Hamish Shepard said that this trend reflects changes in all spheres of the organization of modern weddings.
Video, photo All from Russia.