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Make your wedding day extra special with our choice of two beautiful wedding dresses for just £60 each, modelled by Katie. You could also dress the bridesmaids in our gorgeous pink bridesmaid dress with corsage detail £30.

And if you are a guest at the wedding we have a fabulous range of dresses perfect for the special event. The floral maxi dress being worn by Rachael is £30.

For the groom there is also a great selection of stylish mens suits.

So, whether youre attending the wedding, mother of the bride or looking for a wedding dress, we have a fantastic value collection with something for everyone.

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#2
good price for this current climate . Lots of people will be wanting to save money on their wedding so that it can be used in areas of their life that last longer than a day , heat added :thumbsup:
#3
I Can Just See It Now..... Jeremey Kyle...... My £100 Wedding From Hell And A Dna Test

And They Come On Wearing Their Asda Finest

Asda..... Stick To Making Reasonable Clothing Not Cheapen Weddings..... And Stop Watching Jezza!!!!!

Sorry Couldnt Help Myself
#4
Why are people voting cold?
Why spend £1000's on a wedding dress?
#5
Forget the Snobs !?

;-)

Nice Deal
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ANFIELDTILLIDIE
I Can Just See It Now..... Jeremey Kyle...... My £100 Wedding From Hell And A Dna Test

And They Come On Wearing Their Asda Finest

Asda..... Stick To Making Reasonable Clothing Not Cheapen Weddings..... And Stop Watching Jezza!!!!!

Sorry Couldnt Help Myself


mmm-not sure they are "cheapening" weddings-the current average wedding in britain costs 14,500 quid-money spent on things that are gone in one day(except the memories of course)-seems to me its more sensible to spend that kinda money on a deposit for a house or furniture or the like instead of letting 200 guests stuff their faces. Anyone who needs a three thousand pound dress to make their day "special" needs to take a serious look at themselves.
#7
barky
mmm-not sure they are "cheapening" weddings-the current average wedding in britain costs 14,500 quid-money spent on things that are gone in one day(except the memories of course)-seems to me its more sensible to spend that kinda money on a deposit for a house or furniture or the like instead of letting 200 guests stuff their faces. Anyone who needs a three thousand pound dress to make their day "special" needs to take a serious look at themselves.


+ 1

I would rather have a small wedding, a fairly bigger night doo, and a really rememberal honeymoon. ;-)
#8
They look ok, i agee. Hmm, i guess these are good for people who have no money, or just know that it'll never be worn again.

I guess it'll be good if it fits the woman nicely :)

Im not getting married, no idea why im looking at weddings dresses, but if i was i'd have a look at these :)
#9
I suppose anything that encourages the lower orders to tie the knot can't be bad.

A £60 frock is great value, especially as it's likely to get more than one outing!

;-)
#10
barky
mmm-not sure they are "cheapening" weddings-the current average wedding in britain costs 14,500 quid-money spent on things that are gone in one day(except the memories of course)-seems to me its more sensible to spend that kinda money on a deposit for a house or furniture or the like instead of letting 200 guests stuff their faces. Anyone who needs a three thousand pound dress to make their day "special" needs to take a serious look at themselves.


+1

Call me sad but i could have predicted the snobbish comments. My wedding cost about £3,500 cos i shopped around and had family and friends help out. Best day of my life. Was then able to put down a £12,000 deposit on a house and buy a dog (see avatar). My wife hasn't looked at her dress since (and it was our largest expense after the rings)

People should spend more time preparing for their lives together rather than worrying about the cost of the dress, the carats in the ring and the prestige of the venue.
#11
simon-c;8526067
Why are people voting cold?
Why spend £1000's on a wedding dress?



Um, because it's supposed to be the most special day of her life and just for once she deserves to be a princess.

Yes, so taking into account the current economic climate why have the reception at Mcdonalds and get the ring from a hardware store - or you would save, work extra hours, save some more and really have a special day.

Do these dresses come in pregnant sizes.....?
#12
Latinosharkey
+ 1

I would rather have a small wedding, a fairly bigger night doo, and a really rememberal honeymoon. ;-)


Rememberal ??? :thinking:

I think the word you wanted was MEMORABLE. :whistling:
#13
sicknote

Do these dresses come in pregnant sizes.....?


Sizes 8-20
#14
I think the problem would be the possible quaility of the dress and the stigma of being in it.

"Um, because it's supposed to be the most special day of her life and just for once she deserves to be a princess."

Thats the truth of the matter why not rent a dress ? pay less and get something that should look nice.

although you could do this, get their ring for £60 and have the do in your local spoons (leave the pram inbetween the double doors)
#15
I dont mean to come across as a snob but i have dreamt of my wedding day since i was a little girl - I want to feel amazing in a princess gown and i think id be embarrased to wear a £60 dress from Asda George.

Fair enough for people who cant afford the big amazing wedding and want to keep things on a budget - But even still id rather wait a few years and have the wedding of my dreams rather then have a budget wedding.

And as for people saying the dress is the biggest expense and never looking or wearing at it again - Ever thought of renting the dress for the day?

EDIT: Typing at the same time - mrgentry - Totally agree, rent the most amazing big ballgown dress - Simples!
#16
I'm holding out for the smartprice collection.


I thought it was supposed to be about the marriage, not the wedding.
#17
mrgentry
I think the problem would be the possible quaility of the dress and the stigma of being in it.

"Um, because it's supposed to be the most special day of her life and just for once she deserves to be a princess."

Thats the truth of the matter why not rent a dress ? pay less and get something that should look nice.

although you could do this, get their ring for £60 and have the do in your local spoons (leave the pram inbetween the double doors)


Id struggle to say it any better than that ^^

LOL
#18
Asda also offer a 100 day guarantee
#19
sicknote
Um, because it's supposed to be the most special day of her life and just for once she deserves to be a princess.


That sentence is 100% factruthiness....if you are 10 years old.

Thankfully the Brides' father is usually the mug that has to pay for it all!
#20
the wedding dress comes with a matching thong, with the slogan "happy to help" on the front
#21
Anyone that thinks this is a good idea doesn't know women, well not the ones I know, this is their big day and the dress traditionally will always be a massive part of it, £60 quid dress ain't gonna do the job.

Wouldn't do for getting married drunk in Vegas :-D
#22
Sir Charles
That sentence is 100% factruthiness....if you are 10 years old.

Thankfully the Brides' father is usually the mug that has to pay for it all!


Not the mug - The happy father giving his daughter away to the man of her dreams. Some people do still have the values and morals - Not everyone is off Jezza.

horsepills
the wedding dress comes with a matching thong, with the slogan "happy to help" on the front


:thumbsup:
#23
Two things:

My sister spent £10k on her wedding, she was divorced in 3 months!

Tories are offering £150 tax breaks to those that marry.....when the average wedding costs 100 times that. Hmm.


Heat for this, anyhow.
#24
The reason for posting this, is my wife-to-be has bought both (send the one she doesn't back) & she'd been looking at the BHS & Debenhams ranges & couldn't find anything she liked & the ones she could find where shop soiled with no fresh stock available.
#25
Lol, if I showed the missus this she'd "have a headache" for weeks.

'tis a hard life.
#26
Would rather go for a cheap dress & spend more on the honeymoon personally but know that isn't going to wash with any future missus who's daft enough to tolerate me, so realistically speaking imagine it will be a case of hiring a stunning dress.

Heat from me anyway though as i like the theory of a cheap wedding leaving more for the holiday of a lifetime.
#27
is it me of is there only one bridesmaid dress in pink
#28
Also, wouldnt even go to an interview in those suits o.O
#29
toffeeefc
is it me of is there only one bridesmaid dress in pink


Yes, strangely the bridesmaids dress is only available in Pink
#30
They seem t be taking a bit of a slating, but I bet hey will sell like hot cakes, especially the bridesmaid dresses for couples who maybe don't have al that much, or a rich daddy to pay for it.

I'd imagine there would be a lot of brides willing to sacrifice amazing princess dresses for their bridesmaids so they can have an amazing dress themselves (assuming these asda things look of decent quality...)

Beyond that, why not have a proper hen night wearing an actual wedding dress (that cost 60 quid from asda) allowing you to get sloshed and look like a bride at the same time ;)

Chris
#31
I personally don't 'get' the spend so much on a wedding malarky - but I understand that some people want to.

i think the white strapless dress is gorgeous though :)
#32
Penny Saver
I thought it was supposed to be about the marriage, not the wedding.


Exactly. :thumbsup: Saying that, I won't be wearing one of these when I get married.
#33
Whatever you spend on your wedding the result is the same piece of paper at the end of the day! If you can afford to spend thousands on a wedding that's fine but I think some people will spend money they do not really have just to impress family and friends. I remember a young girl in work driving herself to distraction because her wedding favours were not quite the right colour - the planning nearly gave her a nervous breakdown. I said to her that, if she felt that bad, they could just walk hand-in-hand to the nearest registry office and the end product would be the same. The biggest wedding does not mean the happiest marriage! :)

I think if the ASDA wedding stuff suits your needs, there is no reason to feel ashamed of it. God post.
#34
Corranga


Beyond that, why not have a proper hen night wearing an actual wedding dress (that cost 60 quid from asda) allowing you to get sloshed and look like a bride at the same time ;)

Chris


Yeah i would probs do that - Buy the strapless one and get a big puffy underskirt under it to make it look all big and fancy - Then go out and look like a proper bride in it - Its only for the hen do or for a fancy dress party but for the actual day i'll stick to my dream of a gorgeous princess dress :thumbsup:
#35
My friend got married last year and bought an asda wedding dress for £80 (I think it was well under £100) she then spent another £50 getting it customised by a local seamstress. Her dress was STUNNING and totally unique all for £130.

Before people turn their nose up at a cheap dress maybe it's something they could consider ;-)
#36
sicknote
Um, because it's supposed to be the most special day of her life and just for once she deserves to be a princess.

Yes, so taking into account the current economic climate why have the reception at Mcdonalds and get the ring from a hardware store - or you would save, work extra hours, save some more and really have a special day.

Do these dresses come in pregnant sizes.....?


Don't talk out of your arse
#37
i don't care what you lot say but if there was a decent range of bridesmaid dresses i've be getting one for my daughter but that sites shocking for the amount of stuff
#38
And now for a short commercial break!

Our local hospice, St. Ann's in Cheadle, 'sells' wedding dresses which people have donated. The money goes to running the hospice, and some brides donate them back again afterwards.

Save money, help a hospice, can't be bad.
#39
Smaybelline
Some people do still have the values and morals - Not everyone is off Jezza.


...and some people are just small minded.

Good example here:

My very good friend of mine got married last year at a total cost of 26k (EXCLUDING THE HONEYMOON). At the moment they are struggling to afford a 120k mortgage and they are driving around in a P reg Vectra without Mot and Tax because they cannot afford to get it done!!! They have two babies aswell.

All because his wife wanted a colour coded wedding with 40,000 guests, a gown that cost more than my VAT bill and a fireworks display that dwarfed the opening of the Beijing Olympic games.

PRIORITISE? YOUR DOING IT WRONG!

Voted hot!
#40
There should be some compromise, but seriously if you can't even afford a proper wedding dress of you are worrying about the costs then steer clear of getting married in the first place.

If you marry the wrong person whose fault is that? Do it right and do it once.

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