Why do women love weddings so much? Because it's the one day, often the only day of their whole lives, when they are allowed to indulge in the desire to be beautiful. It's the only day when they are allowed to dress up like a princess, get their hair and make up professionally done, wear jewels and flowers and generally float around on a cloud of beauty and grace. Brides are the center of attention, and are constantly told how beautiful they are. Female guests dress for the wedding with the unspoken assumption that they should strive not to look better than the bride does. And hideous bridesmaid's dresses are no accident either - nothing can detract from the bride's one day of acceptable beauty. We've always wondered why women aren't allowed to take this need for beauty even further. Why couldn't the bride float down the aisle topless, showing off her beautiful body in amongst all that satin and lace? If she wants to be the most beautiful woman in the room, why can't she just admit it and show herself off? Hayley-Marie helped us imagine a bride who was happy to say "Do I love being beautiful? Do I love feeling like a goddess? Do I love showing off my gorgeous body? I do!"