If you want to go a bit more naughty, or if english is your first language, you can also check these puppies out.
Weddings, shmeddings. Bridalicious is for brides-to-be who march to the beat of their own drum, don't always cross their "t's" or dot their "i's" and like to go down the road less traveled. Indie Brides, mod brides, chic brides or bridal wannabees, come on in...the water is fine.
FIN-UH-LY. From Us Magazine:
Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, the couple, has jointly announced an official separation. 'After three years of marriage, and careful thought and consideration, we have decided to part ways,' the couple tells Us in an exclusive joint statement. 'This is the mutual decision of two people with an enormous amount of respect and admiration for each other. We hope that you respect our privacy during this difficult time.'
Can I see the hands of all of those out there who are surprised? No? Didn't think so.
Happy Turkey day bridalicious babes :)
This isn't the sort of "big pimpin'" that Jay-Z raps about, but its pimpin' nonetheless.
Though I am now, indeed, finally a bride-to-be myself (May 28, 2006, hollah!), I also happen to have a pretty snazzy bridalicious biz of my own called Paper Bride. Paper Bride is a line of sassy, chic wedding stationery for the hippest future brides. We have cards to send to your new mother-in-law, bridezilla apologies, save-the-date postcards and thank yous for everyone from mom and dad to the caterer.
Our boxes are really pretty, our cards are really funny, and well...If you like my blog, I promise you'll love the cards. You should check them out. Really, buy some. Buy lots. Buy em all!
Photobooths at weddings are totally trendy right now. I do love to be original, *but* I also happen to love McDonalds, Justin Timberlake, Target and Desperate Housewives, so how original can I possibly be?
I think this is a fab spin on the traditional guest book and would be so much fun for all of your friends and family to partake in. If I were to have one (and let's be honest, likely there won't be an extra $3k to spend on this, so we're talking fantasyland now), I would make sure that a duplicate strip comes out with each photo session. This way one can be glued into your guest book and one can go home with the guests.
You could even get some pretty paper and make some cool cards that peeps could use to take home their pics in.
Ok, now I really want a photobooth. This sounds like fun!