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    The Truth Hurts Tuesday ~ Sometimes, I Wish I Wasn't a Planner

    OMG, bridey... I just don't fucking feel like it! I don't feel like plunging into the fall wedding season pool of drama. I don't wanna. I don't feel like being a shrink, a referee, a "nice guy" and your bitch this fall season. You know why? Because I have some shit that I'm dealing with lately, and while I have learned to put my personal "baggage" aside, so that I can sift through yours, bridey, some days are harder than others. Some days I find it almost impossible to keep my grin plastered on my face.

    Honestly? Sometimes I wish I followed in the family footsteps and became an attorney so that a callus, straightforward attitude was the norm; no bullshit required. Just the truth, no rainbows, no unicorns, no fluff, no bullshit... only the truth. Because I'm getting pretty tired of the bullshit, bridey. It's exhausting. And like I said, I don't fucking feel like it. I don't feel like putting on a face when all I want to do is tell you to quit whining about finding the perfect flowers to perfectly match the bridesmaids dresses. Because I don't care... But, what's a girl to do? Seriously? Wedding and event planning is ALL I know how to do! It's all I have ever done. And right this second, I don't want to play anymore.

    Some of you will read this, think I'm full of shit and move on to the next pretty, frilly wedding blog.

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    The Truth Hurts Tuesday ~ Ten Things I Hate About "I Do"

    "Oh my God, you have the coolest job! I'm sure you could write a book about all of the stuff you see!" *wink* Since all of my non-wedding industry friends always seem to think that my job is nothing but rainbows and unicorns, I thought I would share ten things I hate about "I do". And since I'm not really into sugar coating, a few of these items may hit a nerve, so brideys, I suggest you listen up and learn from this instead of being offended. Because I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God. If used correctly, then what I am about to share with you can quite possibly change the entire course of your wedding, if not your life. Okay... a touch dramatic, but...

    1. Cheap brides. It's one thing if you don't have the money, and need to scale back. I totally get it!! But, cheap for the sake of being cheap is fucking annoying. I want you to remember something, bridey. You get what you pay for, and if you hire the cheapest vendor or nickel and dime the ones you hire to their breaking point, then most likely you will be disappointed with the outcome. If you're cheap with them, then odds are? They're going to be cheap with you.

    2. Two words. Dry weddings. WHAT the fuck? I have planned weddings of all different religions, backgrounds, etc., but imposing your personal tastes and/or beliefs on your guests is rude. At least have a cash bar (cringe) and make your guests pay for their booze. But, not offering it? Inconsiderate.

    3. Which leads me to my next point. Vegan weddings. REALLY? Enough! Be vegan! Be healthy! That's awesome, bridey, but pretty please with sugar on top, don't subject your guests to tofu if they aren't interested. Look, I have a lot of vegan friends, but when we're together they certainly don't impose their "stuff" onto me. So, please, bridey, don't do it at your wedding. If meat makes you ill, I totally get it. Just make it a lovely vegetarian wedding, and skip the vegan.

    4. Get a grip on your expectations. Drop the fairy tale act. You want magic? Then marry the right man. PERIOD.

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    Fantasy Friday ~ I WISH I Was This Cool

    I think the title says it all, don't you? Everything about this wedding is my fantasy. EVERYTHING! (Oh! And it's exclusively on Bitchless Bride!!) Let's see... We have an absolutely stunning color pallet, an absolutely gorgeous bride, and frankly... an absolutely hot groom. Need I say more? I mean... Right? This wedding is my fantasy. Because as cool as I am, I will never be THIS cool. 

    Seriously, if it weren't for my intense fear of needles, I'd probably be covered in tattoos myself, so I find that I'm drawn to those brave enough to endure the pain of the tattoo. Not only that, but the details in this wedding are fucking fabulous! I am DY ING over the purple. DY ING! Look at how well done, and how incredible the colors are! Simple and elegant. Amazing. Wow!

    So, my dear bridey, you are cordially invited to love, admire, and try to replicate this fucking awesome wedding. Let's pretend for a moment that we are all this cool. Let's pretend that we are as cool as Sabrina and Erik. Shall we? Enjoy...

    If Sabrina gets any more beautiful, I think I may actually fall over.

    I am lovin' the richness of the bridesmaids dresses. 


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    Real Wedding Wednesday ~ Hello Hawaii, I Think I Love You

    I was almost tempted to post this wedding without writing a single word. Can you imagine? BB... speechless? But, then I thought that you, bridey, might actually be concerned about my well being because I've never gone a post without commenting... And we wouldn't want you to be concerned, now would we? Right?

    The reason this post was almost left me "comment less"? Well, after I placed all of the photographs, I was making sure everything looked cool, and I found myself scrolling through this wedding over and over again. No need for words. No need for a story. Just the beauty encapsulated in the pictures was moving enough. Kathy and Marcelo with their family and friends in Hawaii. That's pretty much the heart and soul of it...

    Go on... See for yourselves. 

    I just love this photograph. Just a stunning wedding dress and simply beautiful bridesmaids dresses. I especially love how the MOH's dress is a different color!

    OMG! Look at Kathy's face! Love it! She is adorable!

    Um... Hello gorgeous! Amazing shot...

    Kathy and Marcelo are a super cute couple! Clearly in love... Just like the couple below...

    Right? OMG! Could you bust?

    A MAZ ING. Just incredible.


    Kathy is so angelic!

    Simple and spectacular.

    I love Kathy and Marcelo!

    Industry Peeps:

    Photographer:  Creatrix Photography
    Cake Designer: A Cake Life
    Caterer: Beaches and Backyard Catering
    Makeup Artist: Faith & Beauty
    Cinema and Video: Fisheye Studio
    Event Planner: Savvy Coordination


    Super Stylish Sunday ~ A Fabulously Extraordinary Vintage English Wedding

    I'm kind of obsessed with photographer, Charlene Morton. A few weeks ago, I featured another one of her FAB weddings here on Bitchless Bride, and when I saw that she had submitted another wedding, I was absolutely overjoyed! Not only are the bride and groom, Laura and Andrew, super rad, but all of the intricate, well thought out details are such a fabulous treat. Not too mention the fucking awesome bridesmaids dress, adorable groomsmen, and delicious looking drinks! Seriously, I just couldn't stop when it came to the number of photographs I just HAD to share with you today... 

    Brideys, I'll let Charlene take it away... ENJOY:

    The morning of the wedding began at Laura and Andrews Bristol home, where the bridal party preparations were well underway. Hair and make-up artists had set up camp in the kitchen with boxes of rollers, brushes pots and powders. As we arrived the bridesmaids had their hair set and were all in coloured hairnets that held their curled and pinned hair-dos in place. The bridesmaids dresses were all vintage, and had been painstakingly sourced by Laura. Four long laced, prom style dresses (some of which had been hand-dyed pastel tones) were all authentic vintage, absolutely beautiful and were as if they were made to suit each of the girls. The addition of handmade flower corsages tied the bridesmaids together seamlessly. Laura had also sourced matching coloured vintage costume jewelry for each of her bridesmaids that were presented as gifts in dainty handbags she had hand sewn!

    Laura’s 1940’s vintage dress had been sourced from America, and was found in a dusty trunk that had not been opened since the wartime. A really incredible find! The dress had been shipped to the UK and altered to reduce the skirt size to a more A-line shape to modernise slightly, and fit Laura perfectly; the delicate long lace arms and a high-laced neck. Preparations were a wholly relaxed morning of fun, smiles and friends.

    We headed off to Leigh Court ahead of the Bridal Party. Guests had arrived and convened on the entrance steps, framed against vast sandstone pillars, and soaked them selves in the sun awaiting the arrival of the bride.

    The grooms party arrived, each with flashes of 1940’s inspiration, from the quiffed fringes, to contrast brogues and black braces. Even the guests had joined in on the fun, with 1950’s style prom dresses, red lipstick and feathered hats. This wedding really was vintage done well.

    Vintage cars transported the bridal party to Leigh Court and they were whisked away to an upstairs room to prepare for the ceremony. (Elements of the day like this created a really traditional feel to the proceedings, and including a greeting line after the ceremony). The sun was well and truly shining and remained bright well into the evening, allowing guests the pleasure of sitting outside and enjoying their pimms – probably for the first time this year!

    Completely in LOVE with this kick ass dresses!!! I especially love that they don't match!

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