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Leather Handbag / Baby Bag (RRP $295-$320) Giveaway

If you were around last night you would have noticed my post on the Napa leather handbags and baby bags. Well now you can stop being jealous that I have one and win one for yourself!

My Best Friend Is a Bag was generous enough to give one of their leather handbags/baby bags away to a very lucky Mad Mummas reader. This handbag is very versatile and can be used as a handbag or a nappy/baby bag without looking one bit daggy or dull. It is great quality and built to last!

These bags are currently on sale for $160 (reduced from $295-$320). So if you can’t wait to see if you win you can get one now for a fraction of the price!

To enter all you have to do is follow the instructions on the rafflecopter below. 

Winner is decided based on skill and chance plays no part. 

**The mandatory instructions MUST be completed or your entry will be void!**

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  1. Lidya
    12/05/2013 / 11:17 am

    My most embarrassing nappy bag experience is when I was using normal tote bag as nappy bag. When the time came to change the nappy, he did a big one, I had to take everything out of the bag as I couldn’t find my wipes. So I had his tiny legs up, ready to be wiped clean with all my belonging on the changing table, then he did golden shower on me. I didn’t bring change of clothes either.

  2. 12/05/2013 / 12:05 pm

    Having a beautiful expensive nappy bag and discovering I’d forgotten to put nappies in it!

  3. sapna
    12/05/2013 / 12:22 pm

    I always use my hand bag as nappy bag for my baby. Most of the time I carry everything a baby needs but last year I went to a friend’s house and forgot to pack an extra pair of dress for my son. Unfortunately that day my son had an explosive potty and his dress was all dirty. I had to go to target to buy a new dress for him and all that time he was playing with his dad in just a nappy . The situation was more embarrassing than it looks to be…

  4. Rachel Kriss-Newell
    12/05/2013 / 12:32 pm

    This only happened this week.

    My daughter got up in the middle of the night with vomiting and gastro. Stripping the bed I then went into my handbag and got out a boiled lollie for her to suck on. There I discovered in the bottom of my bag a half eaten apple rotting in the bottom – no doubt courtesy of my toddler who plants the loveliest things in the strangest of places. I collected up the sheets and bag and headed to the laundry. I couldn’t get the rotten smell from my bag so I put some disinfectant in some warm water to dunk my bag in it. Being half asleep I was not functioning at all clearly. I also put some bleach in another bucket to put the soiled sheet in. My daughter called out again, being sick, so I quickly placed both objects in their respective buckets. Another 20 minutes attending to my daughter, I shuffled off to bed.

    Next morning discovering I had forgotten to pull out my handbag after a few slooshes. It had been there all night – and to make matters worse I had chosen the wrong bucket to put it in. Bleach and Italian leather do not mix. The lining inside bleached to a lovely swirled cream and black, the sewed stitching now white and disintegrating in oh too many places, and the leather very much the worse for wear. I just cried. I had saved up for months to buy this divine and expensive bag and it is now a dress up handbag for my girls.

  5. Mick G
    12/05/2013 / 12:36 pm

    I left the nappy bag on the floor while bringing Bubs and the shopping in and came inside to find its contents scattered and bag pretty much destroyed – yep Cleo the dog strikes again

  6. Jennifer Crewe
    12/05/2013 / 12:36 pm

    I no longer am an age when I need a nappy bag but any girl can use and lust after a new handbag. Thank you so much to the My Best Friend is a Bag page for making this happen.

  7. Rust
    12/05/2013 / 1:05 pm

    I had the strap break on a very loaded bag as I was coming down an escalator. Everything spilled all the way to the bottom and collected there. 🙁

  8. Debra
    12/05/2013 / 2:26 pm

    I was in a fancy restaurant and put my bag next to my feet only for it to tip over and out rolled a tampon and it kept rolling across the floor.

  9. Lea Anita Black
    12/05/2013 / 2:54 pm

    I need a larger bag, its cluttered and too full and cheap so its wearing out…thankyou!

  10. Sue Bou
    12/05/2013 / 4:57 pm

    Sigh…. I was still craving at 7 months pregnant and we were going to a seafood smorgasbord. I stress that I had never done this before, & feeling like this was a definite sign of my naughtiness, I’ve never done it since. But… I took my new nappy bag that MIL had gifted me with & while at the smorgasbord I slipped quite a few prawns (these were midnight cravings you understand, & sometimes I got frantic!), into a plastic bag inside my nappy bag. Anyway, not being able to walk far hubby left me out the front of the restaurant (at the Rocks) & went to get the car, while I happily dipped into my bag for a prawn. Then it happened! I was robbed! I was so shocked that I let my bag go with no more than a half garbled shriek (mouth full of prawn). I was mortified that I’d lost my new nappy bag under such circumstances but was highly entertained by the imagined picture of the thief dipping his hand into my bag, while hiding in a dark alley, and getting the shock of his life.

  11. 12/05/2013 / 7:38 pm

    I let my then 2 year old play with the nappy bag during church. Afterwards at least 5 people came to me to return a tampon. My daughter had handed them out to whoever would take one! I still cringe to think about it.

  12. Amanda Gorton
    12/05/2013 / 7:57 pm

    I always put my own needs last so I once had a bag that was well past its used by date, the leather was cracked and peeling and the stitching inside was frayed and holey.
    While out shopping one day I had put my car keys in my bag but when returning to my car to leave I could not find them anywhere. Convinced they had been lost or stolen I called NRMA to rescue me. After all the drama when I finally arrived home, a little less flustered I found my keys in the between stitching in the bottom of my bag.
    Needless to say I upgraded after that!

  13. 12/05/2013 / 8:07 pm

    I’m well past needing a nappy bag but gosh I would love that bag as my everyday bag.

  14. 12/05/2013 / 8:44 pm

    PS – I used this on Dahlia one- but i’d rather this bag.
    I was at Woolies looking for my car keys with Everyday reward card tag on them, I pulled stuff out of my spilling about 20-30 condoms. My five year twins had been at a community health day thing and thought they were balloons and stashed them in my bag . I thought they were putting in Fire safety colouring books and free pens.

    • 12/05/2013 / 8:46 pm

      I’m past nappy bags too but I carry so much stuff with me to appointments and the like I cant find a decent handbag to do in style.

  15. Dawn Taylor
    12/05/2013 / 10:29 pm

    Ooopps, I accidentally pressed that I made a comment, so now I better make one.I’m passed nappy bags now, I remember thinking how much got put in the bag, and how good it felt as the children got older and all I had to remember was my keys and wallet [no mobile phones then] Now I’m in a wheelchair, and I realise I was a rank amateur then. The stuff that needs to be carried around now, oh my giddy aunt, none of it’s anywhere near as cute, and gorgeous as the stuff I carried around in my little ones nappy bags though.

  16. Narelle Rock
    13/05/2013 / 8:28 am

    When I fell back on top of my bag one day and just in the right spot to land on the tube of cream that then exploded everywhere all over my bag as well as my backside!

  17. Toni hill
    13/05/2013 / 8:47 am

    My sister and i standing outside the bank oneday with her nappy bag on the ground and daughter sitting next to it, she pulls out a tampon and starts chewing on it without us noticing :/

  18. Nichole Mckee
    13/05/2013 / 2:50 pm

    Going through airport security on a shockingly busy day, where your hand luggage is screened, well the screener spun around quickly and said quite loudly OMG she has a gun in her Nappy Bag, his gun turned out to be our mobile phones positioned in a gun shaped fashion, was both very embarrassing for the young fella and myself

  19. Jelina Bennett
    13/05/2013 / 10:32 pm

    There is nothing worse than leaving the house with two children in toe only to have to remember the nappy bag and my handbag, what an awesome idea to combine the two! Being a mum can see us at our daggiest, but with this fine accessory that is both practiclr and stylish, im sold!

  20. Val W
    14/05/2013 / 12:09 am

    I am the one who always preparing all the stuff to put into nappy bag. One day, we went out to the zoo. My little girl was crying very loud and hunger to have milk. I found out that I forgot to put in the milk container in the nappy bag. We had to leave the zoo quickly and get her the milk powder.

  21. 14/05/2013 / 8:42 am

    My little baby brother,
    Well now he’s all grown up,
    with a newborn babe in his arms,
    his wife at his side.. overwhelmed with awe and wonder,
    and newfound respect for his big sis who already has three of her own,
    a selfish life I lead no more, says he,
    a wonderful father I shall be.

    Would love to win the beautiful baby bag for him and his wife and their little girl Maelie Emerson Avery who is just one week old today.

  22. Angie Boylan
    14/05/2013 / 1:42 pm

    A couple of years ago we were in a taxi in Thailand driving to our resort when my son began to feel carsick. Without telling me he found the nearest bag, which turned out to be my handbag and very quietly vomitted into it before passing it back to me. I wouldn’t have known but for the terrible smell and the soggy contents in my bag!

  23. Cathy Stone
    14/05/2013 / 3:02 pm

    I went to the shops to buy a present for mum,
    in my handbag I found some old chewed gum.
    I pulled out the money to pay the man,
    but the chewing gum had stuck in between the notes real bad.
    I had no other option but to pull apart the sticky cash,
    while the man watch on in disbelief at that.
    I hurried from the shop, bright red and embarrassed
    my worst hand bag mishap I had ever encounted.

  24. domestic diva
    15/05/2013 / 12:00 pm

    This occurred during my first solo trip with my 6 month old. We were walking through the airport. I was carrying my little one in a wrap on my chest. Walk, walk, walk. We get up to the security line and as I was standing and waiting — it was a long, long wait — I start to realize that I smell something awful. And that I’m suddenly very wet. I put my hand down and pat near the baby’s bottom (which I can’t see from my angle). My hand comes back wet with liquid diarrhea.

    While standing in the security line, apparently we had a diaper blow out which took out the diaper, the baby’s clothes, the wrap I used to carry him, my shirt, and my pants. I had spare clothes for him, but no spare clothes for me (and certainly not a spare carrier).

    I ended up waiting to go through the line (we were fairly close to the front by this point), and after we passed through (thankfully we weren’t detained for extra searching, though I did get some strange looks) we headed to the bathroom. There I stripped and changed the baby. I washed the carrier in the sink. And I stripped myself and washed out my clothes in the sink. I wrung them out and attempted to dry them under the hand dryer for a few minutes (we didn’t have very long before our flight), dressed again in my very wet clothes, and proceeded to the gate to board the plane.

    I now always travel with a spare shirt for myself as well.

  25. Kaz Purtill-Wright
    15/05/2013 / 4:07 pm

    About 5 years ago my parents went to on a long awaited to trip to England, Ireland and Scotland for 6 weeks. While they were in London they visited Harrods and bought me a gorgeous handbag. I had always carried a nappy bad or cheap handbag but the kids were a little older now so they decided I should have a lovely handbag. Gee it was beautiful and I loved it. I used it everyday and would hang it on a special hook on the wooden hutch in my entry way as it was out of reach of the children. One day I absentmindedly just left it on the kitchen table, on the exact day the kids were having an art and crafts days…………….Now I have a gorgeous Handbag from Harrods lovingly decorated with texta and glue and glitter and Gel pens and more. It’s no longer used, it’s stored away somewhere for when the kids are older as it’s artwork now.

  26. Diana C
    19/05/2013 / 3:12 am

    I was at a new job site and I was reaching in my bag to get a pen and when I pulled my hand at, feminine napkins spilled out. My work site was at a high school, so I had flashbacks of my schooldays at a similar embarrassing moment, sigh.

    Diana C

  27. 20/05/2013 / 4:09 pm

    Having a rather large bag and being asked at a store could they check it. Open it up and have half my kids wardrobe in there with shoes also. I had to empty it all out and hold up all the people behind me. Rather embarrassing emptying your bag in front of everyone!

  28. 20/05/2013 / 9:38 pm

    I’ve put a pop top bottle of juice in my handbag for my toddler, only to realize at the end of my shopping trip that I have made a trail through the shopping centre with apple juice because the top wasn’t popped down on it to keep it from leaking.

  29. 21/05/2013 / 3:39 pm

    My worst baby nappy bag memory – forgetting a dirty nappy was tucked into the Plastic section of the name bag…for over a week.
    Went out n about and kept on wondering what the smell was – to discover it was the nappy bag with a dirty cloth nappy.
    That cloth nappy was never washed – it went straight into the bin….I wasn’t game enough to open it up!

  30. Jade
    23/05/2013 / 10:25 am

    It would have to be the time I was stuck without a nappy at the shops after poo explosion! Cue giggles and laughter from the little one and a frustrated mummy trying to make do until we could get a nappy from a nearby shop!

  31. sunchicka
    24/05/2013 / 5:31 am

    I was at the zoo carrying baby boy and having two kids in tow, when My bag split and all my baby stuff fell out. How embarrassing!

  32. Melissa
    24/05/2013 / 9:56 am

    My handbag situation is a disaster… I don’t actually have one! With three youngs kids I have so much to tote around that I usually take a series of shopping bags with me: one for snacks and drinks, one for nappy changes, one for my stuff. I really need to invest in a smart looking bag that can cater for my kids and when I take my “office” out with me – this bag would be great for toting iPads and laptops too 🙂

  33. Anna Ryan-Punch
    24/05/2013 / 10:07 am

    When my 3 mth old boy vomited milk spectacularly all over my top, the floor, the chair and the nappy bag – but NOT himself – at a Mother’s Group meeting at our local health care centre. I had a full change of clothes in my nappy bag for him, but not for myself! I called my husband to bring me down a clean top as we were all going out for lunch after the meeting, and he brought me…a pyjama top. Rather than smelling like milk spew, I wore it out to lunch anyway!

  34. Kristin Santi
    24/05/2013 / 9:01 pm

    I’m a lazy bag packer and often just shove babies things in my handbag. Usually just a nappy, packet of wipes and a bib. I had dropped in on my Mum at work and was in her office when the big burly security adviser came in to talk to her. I said that I would go and change the baby whilst they had their chat and proceeded to leave the office, juggling baby and fishing through my handbag for the nappy. I found it, but as I pulled it out it upturned my packet of tampons (also in my handbag) which all fell out on the floor right at the security advisers feet. I was horrified, and he wasn’t sure if he should help me pick them up or not. I handed him the baby and quickly shoved them all back in my bag and left.

  35. katrina stubbs
    25/05/2013 / 12:12 am

    I love handbags.Would love to add some more to my collection 🙂

  36. Lorenzo Condello
    25/05/2013 / 11:12 am

    I need a larger bag, its cluttered and too full and cheap so its wearing out…thankyou!

  37. Annelee
    25/05/2013 / 2:58 pm

    My kids are grown now, but when they were little I found the nappy bags were never big enough to fit everything in. Something would always end up on the floor and I would have someone following me trying to give me whatever had fallen out.

  38. Billie Murphy
    25/05/2013 / 3:12 pm

    I just gave my little girl here bottle. She didn’t finish it all. But because the bag I have is a little small the top came squeezed off her bottle and milk went everywhere. Then while i was cleaning the mess the whole bag burst open spilling everything everywhere

  39. Juanita Richards
    25/05/2013 / 4:13 pm

    my worst nappy bag disaster is nearly everyday, when I go out with my twins. you have to fit twice as much in them and are left with no room and still need to use own handbag for the smaller things. in my nappy bag I pack 4 nappies each a pack of wipes each for the fact of bums and spills 2 changes of cloths night and day if im going to town which is 1-2 hours away depending on traffic, jar of food each, 3 bottles each, enough formula and snacks, 2 bibs a cloth nappy for spit ups and a blanket each I think that’s it.

  40. Pauline Stacey
    25/05/2013 / 6:49 pm

    My worst bag disaster is when my bag was up side down and my tampons fell out whilst lining up to put a layby on

  41. Marika
    25/05/2013 / 8:27 pm

    When everything fell out of my nappy bag right into the wet sink while trying to control my 11 month old.

  42. Jessie Hay
    26/05/2013 / 10:10 am

    Have you ever put something in your bag and forgotten it was there? This is something I did last year…and it wasn’t pretty lol.
    I keep the nappy bag in the very back of the car and being exhausted in the early stages of pregnancy I was sticking close to home as much as possible. I had put a banana in there for my 1 year old as it is an easy and healthy snack- but mum gave her other food while we were there and it remained uneaten and not thinking I put the bag back in its spot.
    That bag stayed there for about a month as I only did short trips and didn’t need it, just using the little change wallet I keep in the front for quick outings. When I opened it again, the whole bag stunk and so did everything inside it and to top it off a fly had been in it and there were dead maggots- it was so bad I emptied it, washed everything and bought a new bag!
    The pic on my profile is the baby I was pregnant with, Callum ( 13 days old now)- he shares the new bag with his big sister 🙂

  43. Mary Preston
    26/05/2013 / 10:56 am

    So many toxic incidents over the years. It doesn’t help when people judge though. You do what you can & then make a mad dash for home & more often then not – a sob.

  44. cheryl
    26/05/2013 / 12:08 pm

    I too am well past needing a nappy bag but would still love it. Maybe just maybe I will give it to my daughters but probably will love it too much.

  45. S Armstrong
    26/05/2013 / 2:20 pm

    Where do you start, running out of wipes, milk leaking everywhere, forgetting a change of clothes for the baby – forgetting the nappy bag

  46. kim m
    26/05/2013 / 3:55 pm

    My son loves the sweet and sour sauce at Mcdonalds. He got a spare one, one fine day and asked if I could hold onto it till we got home. I put it into my lovely black leather backpack and all was good…. Until, the kids were playing in the playground there, I thought I could finally get a few minutes rest and leant back against the wall, a big squish sound came from my bag. I should have known, it was my fault for wanting that rest!!!!

  47. theresa
    27/05/2013 / 1:27 am

    It was during my sister’s graduation( we travlled to Canberra from melbourne) when an unmistakeable smell came eminating from Miss just turned 1’s bottom, so I quickly dashed with her in tow to change her in the carpark. I was not concerned at that time as I had packed her nappy bag with all her essentials…well soon after stripping her, I realised Iwas not so clever and forgot her nappies and wipes too! Panicking, I asked my father to go back to the hotel to get some nappies which was a good 20 mins away and to find out he could not locate them and came back empty handed! So we had to walk to the nearest convenience store to buy an extremely over priced bulk nappies which were too big as well! As a result I missed out on my sister’s graduation. Luckily for me she was very understanding!

  48. Tahnee N
    27/05/2013 / 5:03 am

    Picture a hot summers day in Australia, its the middle of December. Flies, sticky little blighters, hot and sweaty little ones trying desperately to sleep and stay cool, frazzled mum looking through the bag for any sort of cloth to wet down and keep the baby cool.

    This is me at a work Christmas Picnic, outside in a park area, with no running water in sight and the only bottled water reaching nearly 30 degrees as the ice melts. Cue small child running past with a dripping cone of ice cream, and of course the magpies swooping as the children scream.

    In the attempt to avoid the attacking bird, an ice cream is pitched to the side, straight onto the poor little baby, and then slides and drops into the open baby bag at my feet. Now not only is the baby all sweaty and sticky from the heat, but covered in ice cream down one side, the baby bag is slowly absorbing the dairy goodness.

    Dairy and hot weather do not mix as we all know. Dairy, hot weather, screaming child, and sticky wet wipes are an even worse combination. Especially at only 10 in the morning, well before even the first coffee has been served.

  49. J Wins
    27/05/2013 / 9:50 am

    While feeding the emus at the zoo,
    I reached for a nappy and got a handful of poo!
    My hand was brown, my face was red,
    and I can’t get the laughing out of my head!

  50. Sudi G
    27/05/2013 / 11:43 am

    The most embarresing moment was when my lipstick fell out of my bag into the toilet bowl in a public toilet! Yuck!

  51. Catie Fielder
    27/05/2013 / 12:38 pm

    When I fell pregnant with my first I thought to myself I don’t need a nappy bag I’ll just use a large bag I’ve got at home. To start with it was great and then slowly as my baby girl got older and I was learning what I needed to take (nearly everything lol) on outings I learnt that this bag may not be the right bag for a mum with a baby. I could never find anything in it when I wanted as it had no seperate compartments, I had to take everything out at nappy changes and one time I left a travel container of wipes behind (someone scored a nice covered wipe case). Then the day of all days came and put an end to my large canvas non nappy bag nappy bag. I always carry a pen in my bags as you never know when you’ll need one. My pen snapped somehow and ink went everywhere, staining all my daughters spare clothes, my wallet, my new fabric covered wipes case, nappies, and everything else in the bag. It also touched the bag which seeped through and also stained my jacket that I was wearing. But I hadn’t discovered this yet. My daughter did a massive poo leaking out the side of her nappy and out the back. we went to the change room and I pulled out everything as I did and discovered the ink. It didn’t look so bad until I got one spare change of clothes and it was on them, the second lots of clothes and ink was on that too then the third lot of clothes, I could have screamed. I changed my daughter and put her into the inked clothes. We came straight home. The next day I went and bought a nappy bag. Since then I have had another bub and my girls are both under 17 months old. I’d love a new nappy bag to carry all their things in.

  52. Belinda Baker
    27/05/2013 / 12:49 pm

    My 4 year old and 1 year old discovered the tub of sudocrem in the nappy bag. All over the nappy bag, all over the contents of the bappy bag, all over the floor and all over themselves, they finger painted with it. Sudocrem has to be the worst possible thing to have to clean up off carpet and out of clothes and off bags!

  53. Jessi Edwards
    27/05/2013 / 1:20 pm

    Who said being a mum and having a nappy bag cant be stylish! Love!

  54. Nadine
    27/05/2013 / 1:22 pm

    As a granny to 3 beautiful girls I constantly find my self needing a bigger bag to carry very important things like spare undies , half finished bottles of drink etc . Also I have to have suitable items to keep them amused ie crayons , little cars & puzzles . This bag looks perfect for me , I could be a stylish modern granny

  55. Claire Lewis
    27/05/2013 / 1:26 pm

    When I was pregnant with my daughter, I proudly sewed up a fabric nappy bag that I thought was fabulous! I even made sure it was in a gender neutral fabric so that my husband wouldn’t be too ashamed to carry it, and that it matched my brand new pram… until one day I found it stashed in the back of my husband’s car, with a dirty nappy inside – that had been squashed by the pram – about 4 days before. And that was the end of that. Now I make do with second-hand handbags that don’t really have enough room, but don’t smell as bad!

  56. 27/05/2013 / 1:28 pm

    I had four girls age four and under, so my nappy bag was very large. The most embarrassing moment I can remember was when I walked through the checkout and the alarm go off. I had to unpack the whole nappy bag, and pram, for a staff member – EVERYTHING – including my feminine hygiene products, the half-chewed milk arrowroot biscuits, the 97 assorted dummies I had been searching the whole house for, and the soggy cloth nappy I had changed earlier during the shopping trip. The staff eventually concluded that the alarm must have been faulty (ya think? It was going off about every 3 people, and they weren’t accosted and forced to expel the contents of their bags all over the floor!) and let me go. By that time the baby was screaming, the toddlers were toddling off in opposite directions, and the pre-schooler was jumping up and down holding herself in that particular way which I knew meant we had to find a toilet within the next 4.2 seconds or there would be more soggy things to put in the nappy bag! Not a fun memory.

  57. tina
    27/05/2013 / 2:25 pm

    an eco friendly bag i bought to be kind to the earth completely fell apart in the rain!

  58. Fiona
    27/05/2013 / 2:33 pm

    The contents of my handbag falling out (at a busy shopping centre) – containing all unmentionables of course!

  59. Charity Wilson
    27/05/2013 / 3:10 pm

    Rummaging around in the bottom for a few dollars more for my shopping my hand touched something cold, wet, slimy? What? What’s that ugh pulling my arm out quickly and with it out flew a snot ball with barely attached tissue from my bag it landed right on the poor woman’s shirt serving me and fell to the floor she said not to worry about the rest and off I went thanking her and apologising at the same time. And it all happened because I thought mr man wiping his nose on is sleeve was gross, how wrong was I mr man blowing his nose and using my handbag as a bin is way worse.

  60. sonja prince
    27/05/2013 / 8:37 pm

    My daughter was two and emptied the contents of my handbag into a very good looking gentleman’s lap in the doctors waiting room, complete with her stool sample in a zip lock bag. I desperately wanted to die when he returned it.

  61. Helen Bevis
    27/05/2013 / 9:52 pm

    My worst moment was when i was running late to do a brides makeup and i picked up the nappybag by accident lol so embarrased i rushed back home goodthing its traditional for the bride to be late 🙂

  62. Helen Bevis
    27/05/2013 / 10:05 pm

    My worst handbag moment when i had to do a brides makeup but i was running late and by accident grabbed the nappybag so when i got their out came nappies creams and bibs and bottles the bride commented its a bit early for that i havnt had my honeymoon and told me to stop joking i told her about my mistake and luckily we used her makeup and what was in the bridesmaids bags lucky its traditional for the bride to be late 🙂 but i was so embarrassed

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