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Woman turns mum’s wedding dress into sexy lingerie to wear on her big night

A bride has been brutally criticised after she revealed that she turned her mum’s wedding dress into a “sexy slip” for the special night.

Although it’s not uncommon for a bride to want to honour a parent or close relative on their big day, this woman’s token was a little out of the ordinary.

Instead of incorporating an accessory as a sweet memento, she decided to wear her mum’s wedding bridal gown as a raunchy robe instead, reports Daily Star.

Seemingly chuffed with the finished outcome, the woman took to Facebook to share her creation.

Her outfit designer wrote: “Another mum’s wedding dress design.

“A sexy slip to wear during the hair and makeup as well as the wedding night.”

She appeared to be chuffed with the final look

Sharing a picture on the That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming page,

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The Big Fat Indian Wedding Gets A Leaner Look

In a normal year the India Couture Week, an extravaganza of high-end style and bridal wear from the country’s top designers, would have been held in July. That’s when the monsoon season brings cooler temperatures to New Delhi, and when the city’s beautiful and wealthy people return from their European sojourns.

July is also prime wedding-planning season, bringing brides-to-be out of the woodwork, each searching for her dream gown.

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An Indian wedding often has up to five or six events besides the main one. This non-traditional couture outfit made from industrial materials and polymers, from Delhi-based designer Amit Aggarwal’s Couture 2020 collection, would probably be worn by a bride for the cocktails or a “youngsters’ party” (away from the eyes of disapproving elders!)
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More than 20% of Indian brides surveyed in 2018 said they would spend between $13,500 and $27,000 on their weddings. About the same

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Bride who was POISONED by her wild wedding flowers revealed she went blind on her big day and had to rush to hospital

PEONIES, roses and sweet peas are popular for bridal bouquets for a reason.

Not only are they beautiful and smell heavenly – but they’re also a VERY slim chance they’ll accidentally blind you as you’re walking down the aisle.

Christine Jo Miller had a reaction to her wild wedding flowers


Christine Jo Miller had a reaction to her wild wedding flowersCredit: Tik Tok

And while we can’t blame Christine Jo Miller for wanting to go against tradition, we imagine she’d do things differently after her wildflowers caused a poisonous reaction on her 2017 wedding day.

In a series of TikTok videos, Christine explained how she thought it would be romantic to use the snow-on-the-mountain flowers that grow in the allotment she’d bought with her husband in Nebraska.

In the days leading up to the wedding, the bride-to-be picked enough flowers to fill a whole truck – but little did she know how poisonous they can be and can cause

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5 Most trending wedding colours and how to use them for your BIG day

Are you going to get hitched soon? If you are, then you’ll be busy with all the arrangements that you have to do for your big day. From wedding trousseau shopping to choosing the right venue and its décor, there are endless responsibilities to complete for the day. And when it comes to these things, then the colours to use are the most important thing to keep in mind.

You have to incorporate the right colours to brighten up the wedding décor and attire. There are other several places where you can add colours. So, add more colours to your wedding function that are trending right now.

Most popular wedding colours and how to utilise them for the function?

Light Blue

Light Blue was seen a lot at weddings. You can opt for a light blue coloured lehenga for morning wedding functions or include some fresh flowers of light blue

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Coalition hopes to drag Australia out of recession with tax cuts and big spending

Video: NSW public sector wage boost slashed (Sky News Australia)

NSW public sector wage boost slashed



With the country in the grip of its first recession in 29 years, treasurer Josh Frydenberg will set out on Tuesday evening how federal revenues have been hit, and how much and where the government will spend to pull Australia out.

Josh Frydenberg wearing a suit and tie standing in front of a building: Photograph: Sam Mooy/Getty Images

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Hits to household and business earnings due to Covid-19 are set to deliver a budget deficit of $200bn, with a further rise in government spending beyond that to stimulate the economy.

The Coalition has abandoned warnings of a debt and deficit disaster, acknowledging that to grow the economy the government should be spending more – at least until unemployment is “comfortably within” 6%.

Tuesday’s budget will be forward-looking: setting out projections for key economic indicators and announcing job creation

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what to expect on someone’s big day during the pandemic

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – If you’ve got weddings coming up on your calendar, you may be wondering what present to get the newlyweds, or what to wear. This year, that may including adding a mask to your ensemble and social distancing on the dancefloor.

a sign in front of bushes: Industry professionals talk about planning the big-day during the pandemic.

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Industry professionals talk about planning the big-day during the pandemic.

From the venue to the party favors, soon to be married couples hosting and planning weddings in the age of COVID-19 are saying “I do,” differently.

“It’s been an entire rollercoaster,” says Brooke Lauber-Cobb, owner of Bee for the Day Wedding Consulting and Event Planning in Toledo. “A lot of adaptability, a lot of flexibility, and a lot of patience and kindness and grace.”

The fall wedding season is in full swing for industry professionals and couples planning their big day.

However, thanks to COVID-19, there still aren’t as many events

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Why Diamond Wedding Ring Market will Hit Big Revenues in Coming

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BP lifts veil of secrecy on Big Oil trading profits

BP Plc offered a glimpse of the profitability of its huge and secretive trading arm, suggesting it makes annual returns of as much as $2.5 billion.

The revelation, which came during presentations this week about the company’s clean-energy plans, follows the emergence of trading in the first half of the year as one of the few bright spots for BP and its peers. The operations brought a torrent of cash that partly offset the impact of the coronavirus crisis on oil prices and energy demand.

BP’s in-house trading business has a “long track record” of boosting the company’s return on average capital employed by “close to” 2 percentage points, according to Chief Executive Officer Bernard Looney.

Unlike the closely guarded trading profit, the company does disclose the average capital it employs each year. From 2015 to 2019, that figure was $124.2 billion a year, according to last year’s annual report.

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