Ted 2, Jessica Barth Screen Worn Wedding Dress Outfit w/ shoes, veil, gloves, earrings, COA

original movie costume

This wardrobe set was screen worn by Jessica Barth (Tami-Lynn) in the production of Media Rights Capital's Ted 2 (2015). This outfit is seen being worn by Barth during the wedding in the beginning of the movie and in the trailers as her character Tami-Lynn marries Ted the bear. This set comes with an Official Studio Certificate of Authenticity from Media Rights Capital stating that this was screen worn as well as the scenes it was worn in. It also includes costume tags which have photos of Barth wearing the outfit and labels it as "Hero Wedding Dress" and also the the change number and scene numbers. The wardrobe set itself includes: Maggie Sottero Adalee White & Pink Dress (Bust: 15 inches/ Waist: 26 inches/ Neck to hem: 52 inches) Custom Made White & Pink Veil Enzo Angiolini Open-Toe High Heel Pink Shoes Size 7.5 Hoop Earrings (Unknown Brand) Fingerglass Gloves White & Pink (Unknown Brand) Maggie Sottero Adalee wedding dresses are normally around $2000 and I have only seen them in white but I have yet to see a pink/white one which makes me think this one was made custom for the movie which makes the dress even more rare and along with the bling shoes and accessories and the fact this this was worn by Jessica Barth in the production of Ted 2. This dress could even be worn by a bride on her wedding as it is is very good shape it does not have to be limited to being a collectible.
costume: collector:
category: original / screen-used
type: costumes/wardrobe
coa issued by: Media Rights Capital (15)
celebrity: Jessica Barth (2)
movie: Ted 2 (2015)
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