Wedding Dress

Even worse than people asking me to be a Hello Kitty wedding planner is the thought that one day I will have to hear about the concrete plans for my own Hello Kitty wedding. I make every attempt not to write anything about Hello Kitty wedding related stuff because it inevitable leads to trouble. When my wife and I got married, her Hello Kitty fanaticism had yet to kick in, and not having a Hello Kitty wedding is something that she feels is missing from her life. Our Hello Kitty wedding would, of course, include a minimum of at least one Hello Kitty wedding dress (it’s common for the bride in Japan to change into three or four different dresses during the wedding ceremony):

Hello Kitty wedding gown

Hello Kitty wedding dress pink

Hello Kitty wedding dress blue

Hello Kitty wedding dress red

Hello Kitty wedding dress blue heart

Hello Kitty wedding dress white

Hello Kitty wedding dress

A second wedding with the full Hello Kitty theme is at the top of my wife’s wish list for our upcoming 15th wedding anniversary. It would include such horrifying things as the Hello Kitty tuxedo, Hello Kitty horse drawn carriage, Hello Kitty wedding cake, Hello Kitty wedding rings and ultimately end with us receiving a Hello Kitty wedding certificate. Facing something like this, it should be no surprise that I avoid anything and everything that might bring the second wedding topic up for discussion.

Hello Kitty fanatics don’t consider (or much more likely, don’t give a damn) that I may have a very good reason for not posting the Hello Kitty wedding dress, so they continue to send these photos to me almost as much as they used to send me photos of the Hello Kitty toaster. Stop. Just stop sending these photos to me. Believe me, if there is something out there that has anything to do with a Hello Kitty wedding, I have already seen it (and if I haven’t, I really have no desire to see it).

The fact that over five different Hello Kitty wedding dresses exist (and they’re actually coveted by many women) is further proof that the evil feline has successfully implemented her plan to take over the world. I know my personal Hello Kitty Hell has definitely reached new depths when it makes more sense for me to post these photos — and suffer through the inevitable consequence of listening about how wonderful a Hello Kitty wedding would be for the next several months — than it is to have them keep arriving in my email box…

Sent in by far, far, far too many people that obviously need to have their family and friend preform a Hello Kitty Intervention to rescue them from an addiction far worse than Hello Kitty cocaine

75 thoughts on “Wedding Dress

  1. I love Hello kitty but WOW! those dresses are so old fashion! Do something strapless, simple and not so puffy!
    I could make a better dress than those ones :O
    They are nice but not what people want to day maby

  2. I’d totally wear any of those if Sanrio were funding my wedding. Oh, and Hello Kitty wedding cake sounds really, really tasty.

  3. I love H Kitty as much (or more!) than the next girl, but even I drew the line at kitchen appliances. I wanted a Big Girl house, not a playhouse. These dresses are on the same lines. Great if you’re four, or taking your First Communion, not so much for making an adult commitment.
    And can we say Hello Tacky?

    • i love hellokitty so much tht my wedding is going to be her nn i got every single thing nn my house hellokitty nn i liked her every since i was a little gurl i love the person who made hellokity cause it was not for her or him i would’nt even now hellokity i went nn a hellokitty store nn deerbroke mall nn bought one of everything nn there i love her so freaking much

  4. I do like Hello Kitty, but these dresses are the tackiest clothes that I’ve ever come across. Even a ten year old would be embarrassed to wear them!

  5. I think the wedding gowns are more suited for debutantes who like Hello Kitty. Putting Hello Kitty on wedding gowns make it quite hard for me to take a bride’s wedding ‘seriously.’ The gowns are cute, and I like Hello Kitty, but I don’t imagine myself wearing Kitty if I am to get married.

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