Jump to content

Bridal Shop


BedlingtonLass
 Share

Recommended Posts

As long as it's better than the place over at Blagdon... gave me me dress back 2 weeks before the event far too tight, with holes in, no underskirt and a wonky hem! (just like my usual attire, I know)

A strange coven of ladies they are... they even threatened me mam they would call the police, just for ringing to complain! Turns out they've done it a load of times though and everyone seems to know someone who's had an incident with them (usually, an awful alteration, including the police threat!!). I've just heard of another poor lass who got her dress back from them a couple of days before a Christmas wedding and had to get a whole new frock...

I had to repair mine myself, and had a few hundred plastic flowers to cover the misdemeanours, but some conventional brides may get upset about the matter...

Anyway... advice is stay away from Blagdon, and give the local business a go! In this time of credit crunching, I say good on em :)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

As long as it's better than the place over at Blagdon... gave me me dress back 2 weeks before the event far too tight, with holes in, no underskirt and a wonky hem! (just like my usual attire, I know)

A strange coven of ladies they are... they even threatened me mam they would call the police, just for ringing to complain! Turns out they've done it a load of times though and everyone seems to know someone who's had an incident with them (usually, an awful alteration, including the police threat!!). I've just heard of another poor lass who got her dress back from them a couple of days before a Christmas wedding and had to get a whole new frock...

I had to repair mine myself, and had a few hundred plastic flowers to cover the misdemeanours, but some conventional brides may get upset about the matter...

Anyway... advice is stay away from Blagdon, and give the local business a go! In this time of credit crunching, I say good on em :)

I'd have thought you'd have got married at Glastonbury or some other crusty hellhole.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create a free account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

Hide Adverts


  • Latest News

    • Get the latest Northumberland news and updates delivered straight to your inbox
      All they want to do is cradle their newborn baby in their arms.
      But Bedlington parents Carly Walker and Ryan Murphy have been forced to watch from the sidelines as their daughter fights for her life.
      Little Ayda Faith Murphy was born prematurely on March 31, weighing just 4lbs, at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary.
      Rushed for her first operation straight after birth and another at just four days old, she's battling terrifying odds after being diagnosed with a series of incredibly rare birth defects.
      An almost unique variant of gastroschisis, a defect of the abdominal wall, has left her intestines pushing up into her chest - a condition doctors estimate is suffered by no more than 10 babies worldwide.
      Meanwhile, her heart appears to have flipped over and lies on the wrong side of her chest, while she's receiving oxygen from a machine due to her underdeveloped lungs.
      Keep up-to-date with all the latest news in the county by visiting our Northumberland Live homepage.
      You can sign up to our daily Northumberland newsletter here.
      Facebook: Here's our main Northumberland page.
      Twitter: You can follow the Northumberland Live page here.
      Find The Journal's Northumberland editions on the British Newspaper Archive here.

  • Latest Topics

×
×
  • Create New...