Monday, June 8, 2015

Wedding Dress Shopping Can be Murder

Hi, Pepper Pomeroy here checking in with you. As you may or may not know, my sister Felicity is getting married. We have spent weeks, days, hours, looking for the perfect wedding dress. The problem is that my mother and my sister have two different ideas of what that dress is. I try to remain neutral, but draw the line at plaid, taffeta bridesmaid gowns.

But ugly bridesmaid gowns are the least of our worries when we stumble upon a murder scene at one of the dress boutiques. Now Felicity is feeling cursed and I'm feeling curious.  Who would be angry enough to stab a wedding dress consultant? How can I help find the killer and my sister find the dress of her dreams?  I intend to do both.

Then there's my fledgling business - Perfect Proposals. I'm doing my darnedest to help make people's dream proposals come true. All this keeps me hopping, but I wouldn't have it any other way.

Do you have an ugly bridesmaid dress story? And why oh why do they still try to tell you that you can wear a bridesmaid dress at other functions? Thoughts?
Cheers, Pepper


  1. I don't have an ugly bridesmaid dress story. But mother of the bride/groom dress? Now there's a pain!

  2. I have too many of these to relate here! I did keep one gorgeous, long, red velvet dress for years. I never wore it again and eventually outgrew it and gave it away. But the material was SO nice.

  3. I love fabrics, and the fabric on that cover looks real enough to touch. Or start embroidering...

  4. I don't have any ugly bridesmaid dress story. I was in three weddings (as a bridesmaid) but the dresses were nice (in one wedding all of the dresses were rented... even the bride's dress).