Sex and the City: Watching wedding movies can be inspiring, especially for brides-to-be. This Monday, we picked the wedding story of Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big, from the first Sex and the City movie. The two buy a gigantic apartment in Manhattan together and, somewhat casually, decide to get married. Carrie is surprised and inwardly thrilled that she is actually going to be a married woman — something she had practically given up hope on.
With love in the air, the wedding planning got started. However, after Vogue magazine gave her the opportunity to have her very own spread in their upcoming age issue, featuring her wedding story, the vintage, no-label wedding gown simply had to go! The following designer wedding dresses are similar to the Sex and the City wedding dress that Carrie was gifted. The new Sex and the City wedding dress made Ms. Bradshaw feel like this was more than just a marriage — it was an event.
But was it turning into a circus? The media showcased the details of her wedding — something that was quite unsettling to Mr. Dramatically, he called off the wedding the next day — a decision he regretted immediately. When Carrie found out about the Big decision, she was left standing in the New York City Public Library their beautiful wedding venue in her designer gown, heartbroken, feeling horribly alone.
Despite horrendous heartbreak, Carrie and her bridesmaids looked absolutely stunning. Each of the Sex and the City bridesmaid dresses was a different cut and color, one black, one red, and one blue. The following bridesmaid dresses are similar to the bridesmaid gowns in Sex and the City. After a lonely honeymoon at least she had her girlfriends! Carrie ended up wearing her vintage, label-free wedding gown, and married Big at the courthouse.
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