- Actor Audrey Moore was one of the final women in her friendship group to get married.
- She thought it was sad that her friends only got to wear their weddings dresses once, so when she got married, she asked them to rewear their gowns.
- To ensure she stood out, Moore wore an icy blue gown in the style of Elsa from “Frozen.”
- A picture of Moore with her friends dressed in white went viral on Reddit.
An American bride asked the married women attending her wedding to rewear their own bridal gowns for the occasion – and the photos are fantastic.
When actor Audrey Moore, who has starred in shows such as “Better Call Saul” and “Godless,” tied the knot to now-husband Jesse Lumen on December 30 2018, the celebration was nothing if not unconventional.
One of the most celebrated aspects of the day was Moore’s decision to ask female guests to wear their own wedding dresses, because she thinks it’s a shame to wear them only once.
This might have meant Moore didn’t stand out as a bride should on her wedding day, she made sure this wasn’t the case by choosing to wear a custom-made icy blue gown in the style of Elsa from “Frozen.”
“I’ve been to all of their weddings and I saw them all in their beautiful dresses,” Moore told Buzzfeed News.
“I wanted them to have the opportunity to wear their really magical, beautiful dress a second time.”
She says all the women were keen to get involved, while any who didn’t have wedding dresses of their own borrowed gowns from friends and family members.
However, Moore says she was one of the final women in her friendship group to get married, so the vast majority had their own dresses.
“It was like watching a group of princesses come to life,” Moore added.
When the newlyweds shared images from their nuptials on Reddit, the post swiftly caught the attention of many internet users, receiving over 90,000 likes.
The men celebrated the occasion in equally unconventional attire, with both the groom and male guests wearing hoodies featuring a tuxedo design on the front.
“We had such a good time,” said Moore. “We really wanted it to be sweet and also just taken seriously in the love for each other but not taken so seriously in any sort of pomp and circumstance.”
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