Prosecco-Loving Bride Creates The Wedding Dress Of Dreams
A prosecco-loving bride created a bespoke wedding dress that can hold 50 glasses of fizz and is now offering to rent out the custom-made dress.
If there's a perfect time for 50 glasses of prosecco your wedding day is definitely the one!
Kelly McMillan from Pilton, Edinburgh arranged to have a circular solid steel frame made ahead of her wedding reception earlier this month.
The frame is made up of four rows of metal holders and Kelly wore the frame over her dress on her big day, leaving guests in awe.
The 38-year-old has now decided to rent out the "prosecco dress" to future brides in a bid to give them the same one-off experience for just £100.
Many bride-to-be's have been branding it "the dream dress" and hoping to rent it for their own big day.
Kelly was shown a similar dress by a customer in her hair salon and she thought it would be the 'perfect' way to kick off her wedding party.
She approached a blacksmith who at first told her it would be a tricky task but he turned up with the 30kg frame at her wedding reception.
Kelly shared photographs of the dress on Facebook selling sites. Kelly wrote: "Prosecco dress for hire. Holds about 50 glasses. Solid steel. Can be dropped off and picked up."
The frame is designed to mimic the shape of a ballgown wedding dress which gave Kelly plenty of room to move around.
The "dress" has a wide opening at the back, which allows the bride to step into it, but due to its weight it cannot move.
Kelly said: "It was fantastic, it's much more personal than just sticking a table full of prosecco and letting guests grab one.
"You just stand in it while they grab a glass and you can speak to them."
Asked what her guests thought of the dress, Kelly replied: "They were loving it, everyone loved it because it was different.
"We had little messages and plaques hanging from it and it made it really special."
Explaining why she wanted to rent the dress Kelly said: "I asked the hotel if they wanted to keep it, but they didn't have the space. And I didn't want to leave it behind or just having it sitting in the house.
"I hope other brides will be able to enjoy it themselves too, I don't want it to go to waste."
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