I loved the variety in the dresses, from the plain and simple dresses to the hugely frilly and puffy and decorated gowns. It was fun to imagine who might have worn the bridal outfits on parade, which were all worn by models in the fashion parade.
Some looked a little worse for wear, and some would have benefited from a quick run over with an iron, or at least a bit of hanging and steaming. But they had all been saved by the brides who had worn them, either recently or in the dim past.
It wasn't until after the Woolorama that I learned that there was a wedding dress exhibition on at the Western Australian Museum in Perth. Unveiled - 200 Years of Wedding Glamour was an exhibition visiting from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.