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It was exactly a week to my wedding date, and I was in a frenzy to plan everything, and rent the park out for the day and band. Time has been flying lately, ever since Marley proposed to me that night ago. Now, the quintuplets were teenagers and the septuplets were children, and all of the other kids had moved out to live on their own. I rang up my bridesmaids and maid of honor to make sure they were all coming to the dress fitting today.
"Caydie, Dylan, would you guys like to be the flower girl and ring bearer for my wedding? And come with me to pick out your outfits for it?" The kids both gladly agreed to.
Soon, we got into the car and drove to the store, meeting with all of the bridesmaids and Maid of Honor. After about an hour of browsing, we found some nice dresses to fit on. Lyric Crane handed me a dress with a beautiful crochet design and long sleeves. I tried it on, and then put on another dress, chosen by Chloe Moreau. I loved the silk on it and it was nice and big on the bottom.
I smiled, "I guess I'm gonna choose Chloe's dress. It's more fairytale-like."
Next came the Maid of Honor, Ande Langly's dress, and the bridesmaid's dresses as well. She wheeled up to the mirror, waiting for the dresses to be delivered to her. Dawn Turner-Starr handed her a nice, white, strapless dress, with a lovely, silk ribbon tied around the waist. Next, she tried on a strapped, jewelled dress, chosen by Calista Smith-Cohen. But Ande chose the ribboned dress instead.
"Is it comfy for you?" I asked.
"Yeah." she smiled.
For the bridesmaids, I chose the same dress, but it would be pink instead of white. Next, for the flower girl, she chose a pink dress that looked like a princess's. We were all finished now, and tomorrow night would be the bachelorette party.