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August 07, 2007



Speaking of weddings....do you have a favorite wedding gift you like to give your friends? I have two weddings coming up for close friends and I'm struggling for a unique gift. Any suggestions?


You still have Mervyn's?? I love that place! And by the way, Simon's DJ name is Selex. Hope things are going well at your mom's! xo


I found your blog lurking on someone else's (what can I say it has been a slow day.) I had the same bridesmaid's dress dilemma this time last year and believe it or not, I found a fantastic strapless, a-line burgundy/merlot/chambord dress on Amazon.com (for $50). I don't know if the link will come through but here it is- good luck! http://www.amazon.com/Strapless-CLASSIC-Bridesmaid-Formal-Wedding/dp/B000HCMTPK/ref=sr_1_4/002-9169059-8930402?ie=UTF8&s=apparel&qid=1186606781&sr=8-4

Lori Smith

Also found your blog lurking (that's a horrible word ... I know Nicole Glancy) through a mutual acquaintance. As for favorite wedding gifts ... I have found the VERY BEST wedding (or engagement) gift) to be a set (large) of refined, custom, personalized stationery, including new name, new monogram, etc. Brides LOVE to see their new name in print.

From the West Coast ... LOVE Santa Barbara. Trek there annually and must stop at Zia Cafe for a margarita (or two) and nachos. And now a member of the Fess Parker wine club. Best of luck in your law endeavor, although I'm suspecting you don't live on luck ... but rather gusto, determination and ambition.


Oh, check out Lord & Taylor for dresses. My best friend needed a gown at the last minute and went there - found a FABULOUS dress, and nicely priced too. Do you have one near you?


When a girl weds with her love one that day mean for her a lot and on that day she feels great and she want to wear a best wedding dress and she want that she feels great on that day because for a girl wedding day comes only one time in her life

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