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bride

A woman newly married, or about to be.
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Bridesmaids were cousin Donna Clews, nieces Lily and Isabel Knight and friend's daughter Chanel Tarplee.
She married Ray Davies in the early 1950s ,Dorothy was one of her three bridesmaids, she retained her maiden name calling herself Pat Ellis-Davies.
It is traditional however for bridesmaids to pay for their own dresses so if some agreement can be reached with your flock before you hit the bridal shops, then it could still be done within budget.
In the 1950s, Margot's daughter Ronnie and her husband Andrew took over the business and added bridesmaid dresses to the Dessy line.
Just because one dress looks amazing on one of your bridesmaids, does not necessarily mean that it will work for the rest of them.
Bridesmaids is my biggest aggravation at the moment and I want to get it sorted.
Not only does this enable bridesmaids to wear the top and skirt as separates after the wedding, it also gives the bride flexibility to mix and match tops and skirts to ensure each maid has an outfit that complements her figure.
You can't have bridesmaids wearing black - it's not a funeral," she said.
Echoes of ``Psycho'' and ``Strangers on a Train'' ring through ``The Bridesmaid,'' and while I and many others have long considered Chabrol the French Hitchcock, bloodthirsty seducers aren't exactly the stuff of original filmmaking anymore.
We're talking big puffed sleeves, tasteless tartan bridesmaid dresses or gold lurex fairy outfits.