And carrying tools. And when you’re done, why not kick back and read a book with your bridesmaid dress on?
“Tammi and I rarely see each other, but we regularly laugh at one another’s FB posts,” Mann told Scary Mommy. “We are currently scheming to try to get an author visit schedule at several of the local schools in Kansas City Metro. I personally think that a reading of Mary Had A Little Glam would be perfect done in Tammi’s wedding gown.”
Sauer said she was more than pleased to see her one of a kind dresses be brought back to life. They were created from those old school patterns in the 90s.
“Apparently, not everyone in 1995 wanted a long, off-the-shoulder gown in a burgundy brocade fabric that looked like a Thanksgiving tablecloth,” she told BuzzFeed. “Those dresses were handmade by moms, grandmas, and random seamstresses.”
Mann says Sauer’s bridesmaid dress is just one of eight bridesmaids dresses she has in her closet, along with three prom dresses and an eighth-grade recognition dress.
“The way Tammi was so apologetic made me think about how almost every person whose wedding I’d been in hoped to be able to wear their dress again,” Mann said. “I don’t blame them… I did the same thing to my bridesmaids. I was certain I was getting them dresses that they would be able to wear again. I wasn’t.”
So brides, let’s just stop those lies. There is no need to tell your girls “you can wear it again.” Maybe they can, but it will probably only be around the house.