And this dress to wear to the wedding.Tank and dress both Simply Vera from Kohl's.
I love the trend of brides wearing bright colored shoes on their wedding day. They are so much cuter and so much more fun than white shoes. Plus you might even be able to wear them again! Hmm...maybe that would justify the price tag?
Since this was the first place I went yesterday, I wanted to be absolutely certain before I bought the dress so I went back after my other appointments to try it on for a second time. I didn't have an appointment of course but they still were very accomodating and the same girl that had helped me earlier in the day stopped what she was going to help me try it on again. I was very impressed with their service! Now I have to wait 6 months before my dress comes in :(
Next thing on the list...bridesmaid's dresses!
Photos by my maid of honor and lovely sister Dani.
Dress is Jasmine. Photos by my future mother-in-law Connie.
Dress is Blue by Enzoani.
Spoons and photo from Paper+Cup.
Unfortunately though, I don't think the budget will allow it. Although I have no idea how much it costs to rent one for a few hours. Instead, we will probably go with something a little more reasonable like this Clavinova.
Do you have any other ideas for the cocktail hour? Anna, you are welcome to play a song or two during the wedding :)
I think this picture was taken before a lot the fixing up began, it looks much better than this now I swear! It is definitely better for us to leave the ceremony in this rather than Adam's truck, although that would be pretty funny and not that surprising in the UP. I think this sign or some variation of it would be perfect to hang on the back of the car for our exit! Sounds like a DIY project to me! Templates for the sign are available at Martha Stewart. What do you think, is the car okay or should we find something else?
Car photo taken by Adam. Sign photo from Martha Stewart.