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Progress continues…

It’s been a while since I’ve last posted.  That doesn’t mean we haven’t been working on anything – just that we’ve been too busy to do so! Here’s what we’ve been up to: We finished making and sent our invitations! … Continue reading

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hearts on my toes

What to you think of these?: They’re sequined shoe clips from cute-but-overpriced accessory shop ban.dō. These might be a little big for my wedding shoes, and I totally wouldn’t pay $25 for these (also, I am not a big fan of … Continue reading

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chugging along…

This week, Matt and I started running through the different wedding checklists and solidified projects.  We’ve got a way to go, but things are being decided upon and simplified even further.  It feels really good. I also pulled out all … Continue reading

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Dress stuff + shoe update + etc

It’s time. The time for “planning” is over, and now we must start “doing.”  Matt and I had made the goal last year that we’d start making things for the wedding and really get down to it starting January 1, … Continue reading

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Success!

I finally found the shoes.  Normally $110, I scored them for only $52.80.  Yay!  They should arrive the first week of January, so I’ll have to wait until I get them to be 100% sure, but I think they’ll be … Continue reading

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hmmm….

After two holiday parties test driving the new heels, I’m not so sure I could bear them for essentially 8 hours on our wedding day.  They are surprisingly comfortable, and after Wednesday night’s Accretive party, I was impressed.  My studio’s … Continue reading

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Imelda Marcos, eat your heart out

So, for some reason, what a bride wears on her feet has become something of a big deal.  You can’t look through a set of bridal photos without the ubiquitous “shoe shot” anymore.  Whether it’s to show off the $900 … Continue reading

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