I want to take a quick break from the political implications of my last post to go all shallow on your asses and ask the ladies out there a very important question:
How far in advance of your wedding date did your wedding gown arrive?
This morning I called the bridal shop for the second time. Remember, my mama and I ordered that damn gown in mid-December. A gown that, while lovely, needed to be sufficiently aesthetically-altered to make it appropriately HomeValley-esque. (i.e., No fucking sparkles.)
Today I learned that my gown is not going to be shipped to the bridal shop until the FOURTH of MAY.
Apparently the manufacturer is cutting the silly train and removing the sparkles, which was not the way I understood it. I was told that the shop-owner handled all of the alterations on-site. Why the lies? Why the lack of communication?
My wedding date, for all intents and purposes, is July 8th, as that is when we are high-tailing it out of the country. I'd like it if my dress made it onto the plane with me.
Bear in mind, I travel for a living. This makes my situation that much more difficult.
Is this normal? Am I cutting it to close? Is less than two months sufficient? I need your guidance, wise women of the Internet.