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Help Thomson’s #YourBigDay Bride Choose Her Dress Style

Written by    Last updated: July 6, 2014

Thomson's #YourBigDay Bride - Choose Her Dress Style

The countdown has begun. Natalie and Kriss will be walking down the aisle in Paphos on 28th September as winners of Thomson’s #YourBigDay competition, and their wedding is already starting to take shape. Thanks to your help, the colour and theme has already been ticked off. Step forward, coral beach.

Now it’s time to dress the bride and, again, we need you to give us your two cents. Thomson’s Facebook community have whittled down the shortlist to 3 styles of wedding dress: strapless, sweetheart, and one shoulder. So you can picture them and choose your favourite, here’s a snapshot of each look. Once you’ve decided, head over to Thomson’s Facebook page to place your vote.   Here are the choices.


Stapless – for sweet simplicity:

Thomson's #YourBigDay - Strapless Style

Sweetheart – for hopeless romantics:

Thomson's #YourBigDay - Sweetheart Style

One Shoulder – for drama queens:

Thomson's #YourBigDay - One Shoulder Style

Vote NOW!

What are you waiting for? Cast your vote on Thomson’s Facebook page and play your part in helping to design Kriss and Natalie’s big day in Cyprus. Voting kicked off Friday and ends at midnight on Sunday 6th July 2014. The winning style will be announced on Wednesday 9th 2014.


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El Berwick is TUI UK & Ireland’s resident blog writer, responsible for crafting posts for the Thomson and First Choice blogs. Since joining in January 2013 she’s covered everything from the Dreamliner’s inaugural passenger flight to the filming of Thomson and First Choice’s TV campaigns, in between quizzing Alesha Dixon and The Saturdays. Her background is in international events, but writing is her passion and she pens a lifestyle blog in her spare time. She loves immersing herself in new cultures – having lived in New York and Grenoble – and watching the world sail by in the Balearic Islands and Devon.