Actually just the posts pertaining to weddings. Since my last post I have broken off an engagement AND ended a relationship. But the purpose of this blog is not to rant about my romantic personal life (seeing as how I currently have no romantic life to speak of). Unless you count my undying love for fashion. Boyfriend, fiancés, husbands... they come and they go. But that perfect LBD or pair of Loubs OR, even better still, that vintage Chanel bag you've wasted countless hours obsessing over and saving what-should-have-been-rent-money for... those will last forever.
If only the last part of that statement were true.
During my engagement I did, however, come to the realization that I love jewelry. And now that I no longer wear an engagement ring everyday I have begun (obsessively compulsively) filling that void with even more jewelry than I think I've ever owned or donned.
Ring: Jennifer Lopez Collection for Kohl's, $24.00
Remember that episode of Bethenny Getting Married? where she is basically obsessing over her wedding cake because she is pregnant and hormonal and it is the one thing she really wants to enjoy at her reception? Yeah, that's pretty much where I stand as far as wedding cakes go, minus the whole pregnant and hormonal thing.
Basically, if my wedding cake doesn't end up looking like it came out of a Martha Stewart Weddings magazine or tasting like an orgasm in gâteau-and-frosting form, I'm going to be hella pissed.
I'm pretty much in love with these cake designs by Maggie Austin Cake, but they almost look too lovely to eat...
Almost. I'm too much of a fat ass to sit here and say I'd never eat a cake that was sitting right in front of me. Even if it was a work of art.
I bought these beauties from PacSun a few weeks ago for only...
wait for it...
$12 bucks! Originally $35 so, not bad! Especially since I usually avoid PacSun like the plague- I'd rather not have to wash the hipster/sk8er ick off of myself every time I shop. Then again I do enjoy Urban Outfitters... *shrugs*
Also, please don't judge my dust-bunny floor. Domestic is not my middle name, nor do I pretend it to be ;)
I've flirted with the idea of wearing blue shoes for my wedding. Although I'd prefer a deeper, sapphire blue, I like this cerulean color. Something Bleu makes white shoes in this style that can be dyed, so... maybe...
What do you guys think of blue shoes for a wedding? What would your "something blue" be?