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Fantasy Friday ~ Let's Get Married at Our Favorite Bar!

Autumn and Tim. Yeah, they're cool. I mean, any couple who chooses to get married at a piano bar has got to be cool! Right? I fucking love it. LOVE IT! And you know what? There's a lot more to love about this couple and their wedding day. Autumn got ready at home and then got a ride to the ceremony (scroll down). No frills, just FAB! And you know what else is FAB? Her wedding dress! Phenomenal! It looks absolutely incredible on her. And with the belt? OMG!!!

Bridey, if you can't feel the love emanating from this post, then something's wrong with you. Autumn is super close with her family, and I just about passed out from all of the mushiness. So lovely. So extraordinary. So weddingy, all without the bitchiness. So, take it in, and let it get to you. I did...

I love this dress. I love these shoes. I love the peacock feather. I love the bouquet.STUN NING. Autumn, your ass looks amazing!!!!I counted ten bridesmaids, one flower girl and a bride.If that's not veil love, then I don't know what is...

The Truth Hurts Tuesday ~ Please Talk to Your Fiancé... So I Don't Have To!

Bridey, it's really very simple. Talk to your fiancé. Discuss the wedding you want. Discuss the wedding he wants. Discuss the wedding that you both want. Because, I'm hoping to avoid being in the position I was in the other day. Yeah, that fucking awkward, cover your ass position I found myself in during my meeting with your man. Here's how it all went down...

Last week, I was hired by the loveliest bride (and her mother, of course). After some intense conversation about their hopes and dreams for the wedding, we sealed the deal with some champagne and they signed my contract. I must admit, I was really excited about this one. This bride is super down to earth (totally not a bridey bitch at all!), and her mom is just the cutest mom ever; truly and honestly present to support her daughter.

Anyway... We discussed the usual... You know, the color palette for the wedding, a wedding theme, etc. We discussed how important the right venue, great food and great entertainment was to both of them. We talked about how important it was to sit at the table with great people, but not feel trapped there. Blah, blah blah... Basically, all of the shit that I usually talk about with the bride and groom, not the bride and her mother!