Isn't the bride wearing white supposed to demonstrate purity? And if you're going to be "out there" at your wedding, what does that say about the rest of your life? When does purity begin? Is purity valued anymore? You do realize that these are your wedding pictures, right? You plan to display them in your house and put them in a scrapbook and show them to your kids one day, right?
Don't get me wrong. I'm all for sexiness. I think it's extremely important for women to embrace their sexuality. It's a ridiculously amazing gift from God, but key words are right time and place. And those only coincide in one place - with your husband in private.
(credit)Here's an example of a dress I love (and am filing away for future reference ^_^). I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about this! How do you feel when you see an immodest bride?
Listening to Damian McGinty - Are You Lonesome Tonight
thankful for (with Ann) -
521 notes from both my younger sisters
522 letter from my grandma
523 that Jesus loves the outcasts
524 fried zucchini
525 that God will meet those who seek him
526 confessing to my journal
527 God keeping Christa's baby safe as she gets to 34 weeks on bedrest
528 missions trips leaving from our church to the far ends of the earth
529 earrings that jingle in the breeze
530 father-daughter biking date
531 when God answers prayers for clarity
532 rearranging my room
533 prewashed spinach
534 knowing I'm never lost amidst the busy, crazy hubbub of life
535 A/C fixed!