I'm sure if you like reality TV, then you already know that TLC has a new show all about weddings. Wedded to Perfection centers on Fete Events owner, Jung Lee and her husband Josh Brooks. Jung designs over the top weddings, but her dedication to detail can give even the most budget conscious bride lots of ideas. Plus, it's fun to live in a fantasy for an hour...and isn't that what reality TV is all about? You might remember Jung Lee from another wedding reality show, Who's Wedding Is It Anyway.
Tune in...you'll love it!
Monday, June 1, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
How AWESOME is this bicycle?! I'm totally into these type of bikes lately. On my Savannah vay-cay, I had the chance to ride my mom's way cool bike, but I think I might like this one much better. I could probably stick my nephews in the back and take them for a ride. They would think it was fab (though, that might be some type of "safety violation", as little G would say...). Check out this link to have a chance to win a free Madsen bike for yourself.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Can you believe that this is a DIY project?! The cider was hand pressed and the labels were made by the couple. And all of this for about $2.00 a bottle. What a fabulous favour for a wedding. Check out the post at 100 Layer Cake.
Friday, May 8, 2009
Regardless of how much my dog would enjoy this food...I would totally buy this. The packaging is awesome. As we all know, I'm a total sucker for packaging. You could literally sell me garbage, just as long as the package looked nice!
p.s. I love the colour combos...sometimes you need to look in an unexpected place to find inspiration for your wedding!
:: from Dieline
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I think everyone in university probably had a papasan chair. They are probably the most comfortable chairs ever, but they have never been particularly attractive. Well, look what I found at Pier 1...an outdoor papasan chair! With cool cushions!! They have all kinds of colourful patterns, like stripes and florals, and the chair looks like wicker, but is actually plastic. To top it off, it's on sale...LOVE it! I am totally going to pick one up. Combined with one of their very nice outdoor carpets, I will have the perfect reading spot outside. And, BTW, Pier 1 has come a long way...no longer are they wicker furniture and Indian print fabrics...they had a lot of nice tableware, pictures and cushions. Definitely worth a stop!