Leanne brought a gorgeous A-line wedding dress which was covered in embroidery and lace. After buying the dress, the fear kicked in and she began to feel like she rushed the picking process.
Later, the regret started and she went back to the shop to try on her wedding dress again, only to realise it wasn’t the one.
She saw another dress on the boutiques website and knew she had to try it, which she eventually did.
When this happened, Leanne instantly fell in love with the Ronald Joyce dress from Karen Lesley Bridal Emporium and knew she had to have it.
It was completely different from what she’d imagined her wedding dress would look like but it flattered her figure and she had never felt so good.
The bride only went to one bridal shop to pick her wedding dress as it had always held a place in her heart. It was the same shop where she’d bought her high school prom dress from seven years ago so there was no doubt in her mind that this was the shop for her.
In total, Leanne tried on about 12 dresses in total during her wedding dress search and accompanied her final choice with a two tier embroidered veil for the ceremony and an embellished hair comb for the reception.
She also wore some sentimental jewellery in the form of a matching diamond necklace and earring set given to her by her grandparents, and a bracelet also given to her by her grandparents for her 18th birthday.