WASHINGTON — In the midst of the country’s summer heat, a group of women decided to spend more than $3,000 for a stunning dress.
It was a simple one-piece gown that cost more than most people could afford to spend.
The cost was $3.1 million.
It would have been a wedding gift to anyone with a $100,000 budget.
It also made the bride a billionaire.
“We just couldn’t afford it,” said Julie Zumbrun, one of the bride’s sisters.
“It was just so expensive.
It’s the most expensive dress we’ve ever seen.”
The bride’s family owns the couple’s company, Kohls, and was so excited that they put up the money to design and buy the dress.
But it was a little late.
The bride’s father died in 2009, and her mother had been struggling with an illness.
When the wedding was a year away, Julie and her sister took over.
They were ready for it to be a reality.
“It was like a dream come true,” Julie Zump said.
“I was just going to do it.
We’ve never had a dream before.
It wasn’t a dream, it was real.”
The bride, who has a business degree from Washington University in St. Louis, was so impressed with the dress that she wanted to keep the family’s name in the wedding announcement.
Julie and Julie’s father bought the dress for $100.
But he couldn’t pay.
So Julie and the Zump sisters took matters into their own hands.
Julie Zums sister, Marissa Zum, took out loans to pay for the dress and the bride.
They borrowed $1.2 million from the Zumblies and the couple bought the remaining $2.3 million.
They put together the largest wedding budget ever, and they took on another debt to pay it off.
Julie Zumbridges father was a huge supporter of the wedding, but Julie and Marissa did not have the money for the wedding.
The wedding was going to be for a sister and nephew.
So the Zums were looking for a bigger venue.
The wedding was held in the nation’s capital, so the bride and groom paid $2,300 for a large outdoor deck in the Capitol building.
The bride, Julie Zumi, and the groom, Marisa Zumbein, wore a $200,000 dress that they bought for $3 million, according to wedding documents.
The Zumbens bought the same dress for a $1,000.
Juliette Zum-bun, who owns a company called Kohls and is the brides mother, and Marisa had a lot of experience in the business world.
Julia and Maris parents, Charles and Karen Zumby, owned an insurance company and an insurance brokerage company.
Julie had worked for their business, and she and her sisters had done well in the insurance business, according the wedding documents, which state that the Zumbys had sold insurance for a variety of companies.
Juli and Mari Zumbys wedding was also attended by several celebrities, including actress Jennifer Lopez, the president of the United States, and former President Barack Obama.
Marissa Zumbum said she was very proud of the dress the Zumi’s brought to the wedding because she said it was the perfect dress.
The dress was a piece of jewelry, but Marisa said it had a “wow factor” and that it was something that she could wear at a party.
The couple also wore it to the White House, where the president and First Lady Michelle Obama wore it.
Julienne Zumbrein said she wore the dress at her wedding in 2014 and was impressed with how much it cost.
July Zumber, Marissah Zum’s sister, said she loved the gown.
“She wore it on the day of the event,” she said.
“I mean, the day before the wedding the day it was made, she wore it.”
Marissa said she didn’t know why her mother would want to pay so much for the gown, but she said she thought it was great.
Julianna Zumbered said she could have worn it anywhere, and that she thought the bride did an excellent job of dressing it.
“The way the bride dresses is her own, she knows how to do that,” she added.
Julied Zumbers father said he and his family have never had the luxury of spending money on a wedding before.
“You know, we’ve had it happen before,” he said.
But Julie Zuman said she had no problem with it.
She said it gave her a chance to see how her family had raised her and her siblings, and how they were treated by the press.
Julienna Zumbber said she appreciated that the bride