Win Your Dream Wedding Dress

This is not a drill, people. This is the chance to win the wedding dress of your dreams from our beautiful and elegant Yes White Dress collection. 

 

 

We are offering one lucky bride-to-be a high-quality, tailor-made, FREE wedding dress of their choice as a wedding present from us!

 

 

How to enter:

1. Pick your dream wedding dress from the Yes White Dress collection

2. Write the name of the wedding dress you would like to win and the reason why you would like to win it in the comments section below this blog post

3. Subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of our homepage

 

 

For even more chances to win, like and follow @yeswhitedress on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, where we are also running the competition. You can ask your bridesmaids, friends, family, cats and dogs to enter the competition on your behalf (if they have a social media presence)! The more times you enter, the more opportunities you have to win. And who wouldn't want to win one of our lovely wedding dresses!?

 

 

Feel free to share this blog post and spread the love with other brides-to-be who want to win a free wedding dress. ❤️❤️❤️

The competition closes at 11:59 pm on 12th January 2019 (UK time). A winner will be announced on 14th January 2019. 

Go, go, go!

 

Terms and Conditions:

Currently, this competition is only open to brides (age 18 and older) with a UK or Singapore delivery address.

This competition is hosted by Yes White Dress.

A winner will be contacted by us to discuss the details of their dream wedding dress!

You can also enter this competition on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. One winner will be chosen at random from all correctly entered participants.


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  • So hard to choose, they’re all so pretty! I love the Dawn and the Betty but I would love the Natalie dress for my wedding next year. It’s beautiful and I’m struggling to find something that is both elegant and dainty but also with detail. I’ve been with my partner-in-crime for 8 years but we always found a wedding to be an expense we couldn’t afford. Now I’m finally tying the knot to the man of my dreams (can not wait!) but I can’t help but think a dress you wear once shouldn’t cost the more than the food and drink you provide your guests! I’ve looked at second hand dresses but being a size UK 6/8 at 5ft7 – they all seem way too short or require a lot of alterations which would be difficult on a detailed dress. If I won a free dress that looks a million dollars, as well as marrying my soul mate, I think I would surely have to give up buying lottery tickets because I would have taken way more than my share of luck! X

    Rebecca
  • Elizabeth…I had a “shotgun” wedding at 19, nothing was what I wanted (pink bridesmaids for a goth!?!) We hope to do a handfasting next year for our 30th if we can finally save for it (We talked about 5th, 10th, 20th and 25th anniversaries) This dress is beautiful (could only be be better if it was in wine with black embroidery and trumpet sleeves lol) I won’t even be able to THINK about this much for a dress as my outgoings for my MS have increased dramatically over the past 2 years, so my fingers are crossed and blessings sent.

    karen willmott-gleed
  • Elizabeth…I had a “shotgun” wedding at 19, nothing was what I wanted (pink bridesmaids for a goth!?!) We hope to do a handfasting next year for our 30th if we can finally save for it (We talked about 5th, 10th, 20th and 25th anniversaries) This dress is beautiful (could only be be better if it was in wine with black embroidery and trumpet sleeves lol) I won’t even be able to THINK about this much for a dress as my outgoings for my MS have increased dramatically over the past 2 years, so my fingers are crossed and blessings sent.

    karen willmott-gleed

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