She designed her own wedding dress, which features a huge Victorian-style skirt hoop and three petticoats. The see-through bodice is decorated with Swarovski crystals, as are the hearts on the billowing skirt.
As she proudly shows off the show-stopping dress, Cheyenne tells me how she turned down an offer from Thelma Madine, the top gypsy wedding gown maker.
She says: “She called me after she heard I was engaged but I was like, ‘No thanks!’ I hate her dresses, they’re too sticky-outie.
Thank goodness she went somewhere else and got a dress that wasn't "too sticky-outie," but just "sticky-outie" enough, LOL.
Interesting that Thelma calls around to generate business. This show makes it sounds like gypies are beating down her door for dresses. I wonder if this show will ultimately hurt her business as gypsies, always looking to outdo each other, start searching for a dressmaker who can give them something different from everyone else.