Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Wedding Dress...Final!

I think this is it for the design!
Mom measured me on Sunday and I'm going to place the order tonight!

Friday, March 27, 2009

Wedding on the Brainz

Hat boxes that I'm going to turn into a Card Box by gutting out the lids and gluing it all together.
Cutest glasses ever!

Diamonds diamonds diamonds. I'm going to have these on every table.
What my table will look like:
Overhead view:

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Wedding Dress: Take 2

The original dress was too much for them to do, probably don't have the print or the ability to print on satin. So I simplified it to this: And I'm requesting that the design be sewn on as beaded lace...maybe it's possible *Crosses fingers*.

If not it's back to this:

Which I am just as happy with :)

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wedding Shower Location

Jamie's throwing us a Wedding Shower on June 13, 2009 and the Wedding Reception is July 18th @ my mom & dads!

There's nothing like something being FREE :) And this is super duper nice for FREE :) Thanks Jamie Jam!

Wedding Dress

I'm in the stages of designing it!
It will match my table runner, the candle favors & the gift card box!

Hair hair hair!

So I've been trying to do the Natural "Curly Girl" method of cleansing & styling my hair. It involves using no sulfates (found in most shampoos) and using no silicones (found in most conditioners & styling products). I guess I am modifying it a little bit because the Curly Girl method is using conditioner as a wash instead of Shampoo but I found some great non-sulfate shampoos that I like to use. (I use Burt's Bees Shampoo and/or any bottles in Giovanni's Shampoo Line: Tea Tree, 50:50 and GVP Conditioning Balm)

This picture is before I started: This picture is right after the first non-sulfate/non-silicone wash & condition & diffuser dry.

This picture is a few days later after I colored my hair with L'Oreal Excellence HiColor Red HiLights. For styling I used Pantene Pomade on the bangs, Pantene Mousse on the crown & Herbel Essense Mousse on the rest. I put the crown in 3 big rollers while I dried the curls with a diffuser, then once that was dry - I took the rollers out and smoothed the hair with a big boar bristle round brush and the hairdryer on low heat. Then I crunched the curls, and wah-la - soft!

I think I love it. My hair totally feels a lot better and my curls are great. I never really realized I have curls...I always thought I just had wavy hair.