February 27, 2009
Circus Freak post and Suzanne’s stunning red dress, I wanted to check out Skin Graft Designs, the magic behind the dress in some more detail. So, after Christinamessaged me to say the link was broken, (thanks hun!) I re-found the site and oh what a lot of fantastic wedding dress joy I was to behold…
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