We did it! We finally tied the knot five years and a Sin Halo later. Our wedding was spectacular: We could not have asked for anything better! The ceremony was held at The Carlton NYC in Millesime Restaurant and Lounge. We took photos in Central Park, and then went right back to Millesime for the reception. Our crazy Tim Burton style cake by Cake Alchemy was delicious and our little boy danced the night away with all of our guests. He was Destin’s best man. It was beyond magical… but not quite as magical as the night that followed! *wink* The next day, we took flight for Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, for a honeymoon at the Grand Velas that we will never forget. When we arrived, we were greeted, handed a cigar, a Bird of Paradise and were then whisked off to the resort. The sun was shining, it was hot as Hades’ backyard, but we were married and in love and that was all that mattered.
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I met Jessica in third grade. She stood by me even after I projectile vomited on the audience during our fourth grade choir concert. So I stood by her even when she disclosed she had chosen Infinity Dresses for her bridesmaids. When we arrived at the three-chair salon in rural Puyallup, Washington, I quickly Googled pictures of my desired hairstyle, knowing that my vision left to interpretation by this stylist would be reminiscent of homecoming 2004. We all took turns getting our hair done, sipped mimosas and put together wedding programs. As anticipated, the hair stylist/anti-Christ French-braided my bangs and secured my tightly wound curls with hairspray that has most likely caused permanent damage to my respiratory system.
Who wants to be sitting alone as a love-struck bride and groom tie the knot and spend the evening gazing into each other’s eyes?
It can get even the best of us unattached women scrambling for a prospective plus one. Here’s how to deal.
Here’s the problem with Bridezilla: She’s rude, she’s ungrateful and she’s not the woman he proposed to. If you’ve found yourself melting down, it’s time to get a grip.
It’s understandable that coordinating a party with food, music and likely a few hundred guests, plus the ceremony, the wedding party and rehearsal dinner, while juggling your job can be tough. But, you’re planning a party, not a concert for 50,000 people with insurance liability.