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June 9th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 06:09 pm: Wedding To Do - not prioritized
1) Go by Toko Hills bakery and see if they do cookie cakes
--> contact alternate Henri's location if Toko Hills won't work

2) Get proof from Mandy and go by Hal's for pricing

3) Schedule engagement shoot

4) Figure out what needs to be done with florist

5) Make appointment with Rabbi (try calling)

6) Meet with Russell about music

7) Get in touch with Bettina about dress (check for voicemail, try e-mailing)

8) Write Temple about Mom's important questions

9) Get Shower invites from Su. Also, get her remaining addresses

10) Check up on various projects: ketubah, centerpieces, chuppah

11) Find white poofy dress and get picture taken with bouquet, necklace, shoes to post on Offbeat Blog

12) Find a way to make shoes fit

13) Call Savvi for tux appointment

April 24th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 03:58 pm: More bouquet info
Here's the link to the listing: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=11185340


by drgnsyr
Hey, I seem to have lost the listing. I wanted to show it to my mom and groom to get their feedback and I can't seem to cross post the pictures. I'm really excited about getting it, but I'm still trying to decide whether I want try to add more white or not. Oh, my mom is worried about flowers breaking and was wondering if it would be feasible to have a few extra to substitute the day of in case any chip. Of course, I have no idea if that's practical or not since I don't know how hard it is to slip flowers in and out, but I need to be able to tell her I asked.

by midoridesigns
i will repost it. some reason it didn't post after i edited it. the flowers are very sturdy and don't crack. it is like a real bouquet in that all the flowers are on stems that are all tied together at the base. it is hard to just stick flowers into it. to redo the greenery, i had to take it all apart and place it in the make sure it is firmly in. a flower would have to be removed and another replaced on it. if you drop it really hard, you may possibly crack a petal but i doubt it. i've dropped my flower bouquets on cement and it hasn't gotten any damage. i can send the extra flowers that was left over along with it and you'd have to get some glue, like glue gun to stick it in by gluing the base and placing it it. it is no problem to ask these questions since this is a big day for you and you want everything to to right of course! I actually think that real bouquets are much more fragile than this. The one I had on my wedding day was heavy and nice but fragile. This one is a lot light and just as big as it.

April 22nd, 2008

drgnsyr @ 06:00 pm: So what do you think?
Bouquet!Collapse )

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April 18th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 07:41 pm: Back up invitations
I happened to find these while trolling through etsy.com and decided to make a note of them just in case Mandy falls through.



She'll do them in custom colors and wordings. And they do, barely, qualify for my goal of "under $1 a piece."

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drgnsyr @ 05:34 pm: OH NO!
They're discontinuing our sheets over at Pottery Barn! So Mommy, if you're reading this, please tell anyone who asks you about gifts to please go ahead and buy us the sheets at Pottery Barn.

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April 17th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 07:08 pm: Bouquet
This is the oh so talented woman who is making my bouquet. Mine is going to be in blues, and purples, and white with hot pink and orange accents. I'm expecting it to be fantabulous, but I guess we'll just have to wait and see.



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April 10th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 03:28 am: Bridesmaids dresses: Final Two
David's Bridal 83259


OR


Raylia Designs 4179Z

The one on the right.

The first one will probably look better on Rebecca. The second one will probably look better on Susannah. But they should both look good in either.

The first one would have to be embellished with a waistband, and probably a peekaboo skirt as well (example pictured on website). Of course, this makes it really easy to work in the polka dots. And because the dress is so simple at it's base, it increases it's (re)wearability.

The second one I like better because it is fancier. It's also, in my opinion, just prettier. However, there's not much way to incorporate polka dots with out de-formalizing it. Of course, we CAN still use them in the bouquets, so that's a little less of an issue. But also, because they're dressier, there will probably be fewer occasions for when they can be re-worn (though Becca's at the age where she does occassionally have formal/semi-formal events to go to, so this may be less of a concern for her).

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April 8th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 04:32 am: Potential Bridal Shower Outfit
Because this is what I waste my time thinking about.

this clip replaces the current rose
with something like this


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April 7th, 2008

drgnsyr @ 12:39 am: Ketubah "sketch"
Hey hey



So yeah, business has been crazy. We added 3 new shows during the winter and they are killing us! In a good way.



So I narrowed down the small sketches I did and came up with a color rough. This is by far not a finished piece, just getting an idea for the layout and colors, so consider it a dressed up sketch. On the finished piece I saw the plants and vines going up the pillars and having the red and pink blooms you liked. Also hidden at the side of each pillar base would be you guys personal symbols. So anyways, critique away!



Thanks,

Michael Bielaczyc

Aradani Studios

http://www.aradani.com




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