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Does anyone know how much it costs to hire a wedding dress for the day? I know prices will vary from shop to shop but just a rough idea would be good? Thanks! :-) Read More
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
Does anyone know how much it costs to hire a wedding dress for the day? I know prices will vary from shop to shop but just a rough idea would be good?

Thanks! :-)
Leese Avatar
8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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#1
don't do it! check out debenhams sale, it'll be much nicer for you to have one to keep forever! :)
#2
yimmie
don't do it! check out debenhams sale, it'll be much nicer for you to have one to keep forever! :)


Oh thanks - just going for a quick look now! :thumbsup:
#3
Remember to type in SALE in the search box :) it's what i always do! Congrats by the way. ;P
xx
#4
also, would you think about trying charity shops? :) also, if you live near one a monsoon discount store! My favorite dress is from there! or even if there's a sale coming soon... :D
#5
yimmie
don't do it! check out debenhams sale, it'll be much nicer for you to have one to keep forever! :)


i got married in feb, brought my dress in Debenhams only paid £110 for it, everyone said how lovely it was.:thumbsup:
#6
I priced it up when i got married and 7 yrs ago it was about £400... for the wknd
i bought one from debenhams for £600 took a card out and got 10% off !!!
#7
Im gonna sell my wedding dress as its doing nothing. Should i stick it on ebay do you thnk?
#8
twoangels
I priced it up when i got married and 7 yrs ago it was about £400... for the wknd
i bought one from debenhams for £600 took a card out and got 10% off !!!


Wow - I didn't realise it was so expensive to hire!
#10
Leese
Wow - I didn't realise it was so expensive to hire!


Yup they have you b the short and curlys... thats why i didnt bother :x

Good luck...we went to las vegas to do it (married!!!)

venetian hotel...lovely:-D
#11
#12
pinkkitty2007
Im gonna sell my wedding dress as its doing nothing. Should i stick it on ebay do you thnk?


A lot of people look on ebay now so maybe you should - you could always put a reserve on it..
#13
I'm not even engaged but have ideas what me and my bf want to do, he doesn't want anything big, so i'm working it out already :oops:
probably would go to debenhams for my dress! :D
#14
yimmie
also, would you think about trying charity shops? :) also, if you live near one a monsoon discount store! My favorite dress is from there! or even if there's a sale coming soon... :D


Oh I like monsoon dresses - reall pretty - never thought of that - not sure if I live anywhere near a clearance store though?
#15
yimmie
I'm not even engaged but have ideas what me and my bf want to do, he doesn't want anything big, so i'm working it out already :oops:
probably would go to debenhams for my dress! :D


I was just wondering if you were busy planning your wedding at the mo lol! Keep the ideas flowing though - you could save me a bomb! ha ha
#16
Leese
A lot of people look on ebay now so maybe you should - you could always put a reserve on it..


yes they do! have you checked out mse there's a sub-section board on it about weddings and anniversaries... i occasionally suggest stuff on there :)
#17
yimmie
yes they do! have you checked out mse there's a sub-section board on it about weddings and anniversaries... i occasionally suggest stuff on there :)


I am off for a nosey.... lol!
#18
Leese
I was just wondering if you were busy planning your wedding at the mo lol! Keep the ideas flowing though - you could save me a bomb! ha ha


I currently love... (someone mentioned it on here the other week) love hearts but wedding themed, they'd be great for kids! :)

I'm pretty sure we'd get married abroad (if we get married! haha!) it's not even 2 years yet... soon but not yet! :-D
#19
yimmie
I currently love... (someone mentioned it on here the other week) love hearts but wedding themed, they'd be great for kids! :)

I'm pretty sure we'd get married abroad (if we get married! haha!) it's not even 2 years yet... soon but not yet! :-D


I have just spotted love hearts on a wedding cake and I really liked that idea - simple but cute!
#20
My mum just said that tesco's do plain wedding cakes which if you're after something simple buy one from there and a tier thing from ebay!

also, make your own invitations! or design them to get printed, if you haven't already!
#21
yimmie
My mum just said that tesco's do plain wedding cakes which if you're after something simple buy one from there and a tier thing from ebay!

also, make your own invitations! or design them to get printed, if you haven't already!


Have you ever thought of being a wedding planner lol! :thumbsup:
#22
Leese
Have you ever thought of being a wedding planner lol! :thumbsup:


I actually said to my boyfriend the other day that i would love to be a party organiser...
:oops:
I'm really good at finding bargain holidays and organising them!
I love themed things, currently making hampers! for his sister it's a duck theme!

for your parents and his parents you could do hampers... some champagne, chocolates and jewellery or something else?!
#23
british home stores have sale on as well:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#25
thanks so much for all the ideas - will have a field day tomorrow searching all the sites
#26


absolute bargain!
#27
Leese
absolute bargain!


uhuh it's crazy! also, vvisit party shops as they sell nice bits like champagne bottle bubbles! was in awe with them at a wedding i went to as a teen! :oops: and another thing like the centre piece type thing was... some sugared almonds in a nice material...
#28
I got mine from a shop on ebay and i was suprised how good the quality was and it was cheeper than hiring can't remember the name of the shop though. i will give you a shout if i find it.
#29
I looked into hiring a few years ago and it was generally about 50% of the price of buying the dress. Seemed to be a bit of a rip off, so I just bought a cheaper dress instead!

I second the Monsoon idea - the outlet at Castleford, Leeds always have gorgeous dresses really cheap.
Good luck!
#30
Found it ebay name jewlzbridal ebay shop Jewlz Bridal attire. The quality was amazing for the prices
#31
google once worn wedding dresses - there are plenty of sites/outlets where people sell their wedding dresses - you can pick up the dress of your dreams or designer samples for a fraction of the retail cost. If you search wedding dress on HUKD you should find a thread all about it with links - sorry I don't know how to locate it for you. Good luck with everything. Try not to get so bogged down with the organising that you forget to enjoy it! :)
#32
I wouldn't worry too much about the cost of the dress..... the divorce will cost so much more lol
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fatabelly
I wouldn't worry too much about the cost of the dress..... the divorce will cost so much more lol


are you single....? Just wondered.... haha
#34
The wedding dress shops will have sales twice a year where they sell off all the shop samples for ridiculously low prices. If you go into dress shops and get an idea of the style of dress and your size you'll be able to pick one up brand new on ebay for peanuts. Go to wedding forums such as [url]www.confetti.co.uk[/url] for cost cutting tips, and good luck!
#35
Leese
are you single....? Just wondered.... haha


Yeah Divorced, hahaha....been there done that
#36
hey, i spoke to my mum as you know! and she found an old copy of the magazine chat which has a piece on cost cutting for weddings... like buying champagne and alcohol in france, getting a friend to design your wedding invitations, buying cakes from asda or m&s etc, if you're not allowed to use confetti use dried rose petals, someone used romantic & cheesey cd's for their entertainment instead of havving a live band or dj!

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