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bride

A woman newly married, or about to be.
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Nicci Dodwell and Susie had made a childhood pact to be each other's bridesmaids.
Groomsmen spend an average of $1,009 on wedding expenses -including pre-wedding festivities- while bridesmaids spend an average of $963.
During Middleton and Prince William's 2011 wedding, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose Margarita Armstrong-Jones, the grandniece of Queen Elizabeth II and the granddaughter of Princess Margaret to be one of her bridesmaids.
With Sorella Vita being our newest line, and the idea of bridesmaids collections continuing to grow in the UK, we are thrilled to be recognized.
Glantz, now 27, said she moved to New York from Florida "for an adventure" -- and that's certainly what started when she posted an aid on Craigslist that night to offer her services as a professional bridesmaid.
Hollyoaks stars Jennifer Metcalfe, Stephanie Davis, Jasmine Franks, Jorgie Porter and former castmates Gemma Merna and Bronagh Waugh were all lined up in their bridal attire, with Kieron's friend and actress, Emily Atack, joining the bridesmaids.
As for the "lie'' at the rehearsal dinner, the bride probably thought it sounded better than "my best friend is too selfish to honor my choice of bridesmaid dress.
Customers can order more than 100 different kinds of bridesmaid dresses at EhomeDress's website.
Things turned ugly, according to witness accounts, when one of the bridesmaids -- the bride's elder sister -- protested the young man's presence and asked him to leave at once.
Happily, the days of the bridesmaid as walking fashion disaster seem to be waning, and the bridesmaid dress is evolving into something fashionable, more personal and significantly less humiliating.
Summary: Actresses Rose Byrne and Kristen Wiig give their top three tips on being a good Bridesmaid following their hilarious new film.