Bride And Bridesmaid Hoodies

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    MrsLetts2Be

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    Im trying to find a hoodie to wear for me and my BM on the wedding morning (bit sad i know) but they all seem so expensive!
    anyone got any tips/places to get it?

    Ta Girls xxx
     
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    I really like this idea, not sad at all. Everyone loves a good snuggly hoody :)

    Could you not get some plain ones and get them printed yourself? There's loads of places do work wear and hen-do stuff for pretty cheap?
     
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    I thought about that, i wasnt sure on how to get them printed though!
    yeah i though it be cute plus were getting married in march so keep us warm until our prde takes over in our dresses :) x
     
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    Depending what you want on them you could buy plain hoodies and you can get the hot fix machine from ebay with the diamante crystals and apply them your self?
     
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    I'm sure there will be somewhere online that'll do it for not too much. Or you might be able to get it done at a sports shop or school uniform place maybe?

    You would be able to personalise them then too :)
     
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    I am looking to get these done too and have found them very expensive. I just looked at the idea iprincess26 gave you and the company will make the name in diamontes colour of your choice and then you can iron them on yourself for £3.49 inc p&p if you can buy a plain hoodie from somewhere.
    Don't know if that helps. Good luck with the hunt xx
     
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    Diamante ones are great but make sure you get the instructions included....this may seem obvious but I got a diamante 'bride' slogan and no instructions, I didn't have time to request the instructions and needless to say it didn't work out. Let us know how you get on!
     
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    I love this idea, may have to pinch it for Popple to have one as bridemaid :)
     
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    Ooh another idea thief here! :) (excellent, I've been looking for an excuse to use that emoticon - normal talk about weddings just doesn't require it!!)

    Just a thought though - if they are being used in the morning of the wedding it would be best to get zip-up ones to avoid destroying hair and make-up! B)
     
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    You're so revoltingly clever! I'd never have thought of that!
     
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    I would claim it as my idea, but I just remembered that I was told off by a fellow bridesmaid at a friends wedding for not wearing a button up top! She was right, it was really difficult to take off after my hair had been done! :)
     
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    I'd actually thought of his, but its a lot harder to find zip up hoodies :)
    I think best option i can find is to find a cheap ish hoodie and buy the transfer myself!

    Thanks Girls x
     
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