A ring on her finger, roses on her toes + a '60s gown = wedding.
She's decided to do it. She has. She's never been that woman who wanted to wed. That little girl who daydreamed about walking down the aisle in that perfect ivory dress with that perfect ivory train to say yes to that perfect groom. Not her.
But he's changed her mind. They've lived together three years, and, it's been, well, interesting. He's warm and cuddly and a great chef and a scintillating conversationalist. And in the bedroom . . . well, she'll keep it PG-rated and simply say he's accomplished.
He accepts her as she is, flaws and all, although he brings out her best. She wants to be better because of him. She is better because of him. Not work 24-7. Not anymore.
So. The gown. Nothing frilly. Nothing silly. She's chosen Vogue Bridal Design 2809. It is modern and feminine. SImple yet sophisticated. She's found a gorgeous duchesse silk satin in beigey white at Gorgeous Fabrics.
She's selected ruby satin slippers with rosettes. Yes, ruby. She's getting married, not giving up her personality. No need to get too traditional. And they are so striking with that beigey satin. By Stuart Weitzman. A bargain at 6pm.com.
And, you knew it, didn't you, dear readers? You can get this wonderful pattern at The Blue Gardenia. Not only that, you can save a bundle during our fabdabulous sale. Run, don't walk.
End of the Year / End of an Era Sale!
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