STOP THE PRESSES! The divine Divas at Trashy Diva have turned some of their best designs into wedding gowns. (Okay, my internet incompetence is showing because I can't get a direct link to the Trashy Diva dresses page, but that's where they're shown.) The prices range from $248 to $400, which is practically a gift in wedding-gown terms. All y'all vintage loving brides-to-be need to get over there and take a good look at the Divas' extra-special stuff.
[rant] And about taking a good look: I am currently trying, again, to break a prenup on behalf of some formerly sweet young thing who thought that she didn't need a lawyer because she had love on her side. Uh, no, it doesn't work that way. If you happen to be about to marry an older, much wealthier man, and he hands you a prenup on the eve of your wedding, what the hell do you think he's thinking about? Not love or the damn guest list, that for sure. So, should you be asked to enter into such an agreement (1) hire a lawyer; (2) make sure you listen to what the lawyer is saying; (3) make sure that future hubby's disclosure of his assets is really full disclosure, i.e., ask for statements, copies of deeds, pay to have your lawyer's paralegal go do an asset search on the guy; and (4) if the prenup basically states that you leave the marriage with nothing, ask yourself, really, really, really ask yourself, if you want to marry a man who essentially is renting you by the hour. [/rant]
P.S. Prenuptial agreements are a good idea when there is an equality of assets and bargaining power, and are a very good idea when an older couple with children get married, to make sure the kids get what they should out of the parent's estate. But that's a whole other rant.