classy wedding

is this for real??

The $200,000 white wedding for the 16-year-old girl who lives in a trailer.

What Daddy ‘ s little girl wants, Daddy ‘ s little girl gets.  So when Missy Quinn insisted on a big white wedding with her boyfriend, her father said YES.  It didn’t ‘ t matter that she was only 16 and the groom 17.

Missy Quinn, 16, in her £16,000 wedding dress, has enjoyed a £100,000 white wedding paid for by her father who lives in a caravan

Missy Quinn, 16, in her £16,000 wedding dress, has enjoyed a £100,000 white wedding paid for by her father who lives in a caravan

Daddy also said yes to a $32,000 wedding dress (which looked suspiciously like a crop top and skirt) and yes to 150 guests at the reception.  Then there were the cars, the hotels, the tiara and the $10000 bouquet!

In the end, making Missy ‘ s wedding dreams come true cost her father – who  lives in a trailer and surfaces driveways for a living – a whopping $200,000!  But as his princess, who hasn’t been in a classroom since she was nine and wants to be a glamour model (good luck), posed for photographs, her father Simon, 35, declared it was worth every penny.   ‘ I ‘ m very proud of her today, ‘ he said.

Missy was just happy to be the undisputed centre of attention.  Her dress, studded with Swarovski crystals, and with a 10 ft. wide train, was so heavy that it took ten guests to help her struggle out of the Rolls-Royce Phantom that brought her to the church.

Missy with groom Thomas Moghon, 17, her mother Theresa and father Simon

Missy with groom Thomas Moghon, 17, her mother Theresa and father Simon

‘ It was huge.  I wanted to outdo everyone else ‘ s wedding dress, ‘ she said.   ‘ It was extremely heavy and just standing in the church was really difficult.  But despite all that, I felt just like Cinderella. ‘

The bill was around five times the cost of the average wedding.

Missy said: ‘ It cost a fortune, but  I ‘ve  always wanted a big wedding and my dad has been saving for ages to pay for it. ‘

Missy met Thomas at Alton Towers Theme park when she was 13.  They continued to date despite her traveler family leaving their trailer park in Stoke-on-Trent every summer to tour the UK while Thomas lived with his parents in Wolver Hampton .   Missy said: ‘ I just knew he was The One from the beginning.  He ‘ s perfect. ‘

Her mother Theresa, 33, who married Missy ‘ s father at 16, said: ‘ I was surprised they wanted to get married so young in this day and age.  But we could see they were madly in love. ‘

The couple married six days after Missy turned 16 at St Mary ‘ s Catholic Church in Congleton-Cheshire.

The bride carried a crystal bouquet that cost $100000!  No fresh flowers for her.

After the ceremony, guests in feathers and crystals enjoyed champagne and an all-day buffet at the reception. Girls as young as nine showed off bikini tops, high heels and make-up.  It was a classy affair.  Guest Victoria Docherty, 23, who wore a £700 hot pants and bra outfit, said: ‘ This isn’t unusual – it ‘ s just what we do at weddings.  It ‘ s all very extravagant.  Everything is paid for by the bride ‘ s daddy. ‘

Missy and Thomas honeymooned in Turkey before moving into their own $36,000 trailer – a wedding gift from her parents.

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17 Responses to “classy wedding”


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    At least she’s not pregnant?

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    It seems to me that there is a lot of jealousy surrounding Missy and here family and evident predjudice to the traveller way of life.It would serve people well to remember that there is good and bad in all walks of life and as much as the story may be news worthy why try to demean someone because of their background? The travellers choose to live in trailers but if they bought a house I dare say some people would be even more envious.
    The Traveller girls/women are extremely glamourous,with beautiful skin,hair,fea\tures and bodies most women would dream off,they believe in making good of all of it-so what?
    Suprisingly to some The traveller girls have strict upbringings,with real emphasis on respect and family loyalty with good values.
    All this I know from personal experience of getting to vow the family over the last 6 years in a professional capacity. In all that time I have really warmed to them,they are clean living,polite and always a pleasure to deal with which is why i felt compelled to leave this blog as I think there are some really spiteful,cruel and unfair comments made.
    As the old saying goes”never judge a book by its cover”

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