a-diy-wedding:

I love this idea. I think I’d do this with where we met (Leitchfield, KY), where we got engaged (Paris, France), and where we’re getting married (Elizabethtown, KY).

a-diy-wedding:

I love this idea. I think I’d do this with where we met (Leitchfield, KY), where we got engaged (Paris, France), and where we’re getting married (Elizabethtown, KY).




I don’t want a short dress at ALL, but I LOVE this one with the red shoes (I want red shoes!) and the classic car. I’d die to drive up in a black 57 chevy bel air at my wedding. Is that too much to ask? :D

I don’t want a short dress at ALL, but I LOVE this one with the red shoes (I want red shoes!) and the classic car. I’d die to drive up in a black 57 chevy bel air at my wedding. Is that too much to ask? :D

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Loving the bottom gown. The lace, the vertical lines, an the neckline. This is beautiful. The one thing I’m not sure about is I’d want to wear a necklace, but feel like it’d get lost with the neckline. Maybe dramatic earrings instead?

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What are your thoughts?

I love the idea of doing an engagement photoshoot, but the problem is… we’ve been engaged for over two years! We still have not set a date for our wedding as we want to live together before committing to a date (we can’t at the moment due to personal circumstances) and because we seriously lack any funds to plan the wedding we want and deserve.

My question is… would it be totally inappropriate to do an engagement shoot once we set a date, or would that just be tacky since we’ve already been engaged for so long? How can we do it in a classy way if we do choose to do it when we set a date? 


Wish I still had my violin so I could play this for my lovey. I know its awfully simple, but we always call each other our sunshine <3

Wish I still had my violin so I could play this for my lovey. I know its awfully simple, but we always call each other our sunshine <3

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I think these are some of the most beautiful bridal gowns I’ve ever seen. I’m particularly in awe of the ivory dresses with the rosettes along the waist and trim. I don’t really want sleeves necessarily, so I’m partial to the one without the. God, these are all so stunning though. So whimsical!

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Loving the dress and bouquet! Not usually a big calla lily fan, but love them when paired up with these feathers! Stunning! Not too big on the black shoes, but otherwise this is beautiful.

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afuturebride:

too adorable!


Love this! If I didn&#8217;t already have something in mind for a cake topper, I&#8217;d probably go with something like this

afuturebride:

too adorable!

Love this! If I didn’t already have something in mind for a cake topper, I’d probably go with something like this

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mynameisjazmindude:

alisonnrose:

Light  The Night Team Jack’s Mannequin - Dear Jack Foundation is throwing  their November Fundraiser at the USC Yogurtland on November 2nd from  5pm-9pm! Proceeds go to The Leukemia &amp; Lymphoma Society. All you  have to do is print the flier and turn it in when paying!
RSVP to the facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=163035060456012
Download the flyer from the Dear Jack Foundation website here: http://www.dearjackfoundation.com/la-area-light-the-night-yogurtland-fundraiser/
Please REBLOG/RETWEET even if you aren’t from LA so we can get the word out!THANKS! :)

If I didn’t have a presentation that night, I would go. Go people. You know you love Yogurtland.

Anyone in the area, please go support my teammates. We&#8217;re less than $500 away from having raised $50,000 so far this year.

mynameisjazmindude:

alisonnrose:

Light The Night Team Jack’s Mannequin - Dear Jack Foundation is throwing their November Fundraiser at the USC Yogurtland on November 2nd from 5pm-9pm! Proceeds go to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. All you have to do is print the flier and turn it in when paying!

RSVP to the facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=163035060456012

Download the flyer from the Dear Jack Foundation website here: http://www.dearjackfoundation.com/la-area-light-the-night-yogurtland-fundraiser/

Please REBLOG/RETWEET even if you aren’t from LA so we can get the word out!

THANKS! :)

If I didn’t have a presentation that night, I would go. Go people. You know you love Yogurtland.

Anyone in the area, please go support my teammates. We’re less than $500 away from having raised $50,000 so far this year.


hrrrthrrr:

Help my friend Amit beat cancer because he really is super. Please spread the word!
superamit:

Two weeks ago I got a call from my doctor, who I’d gone to see the day before because I’d been feeling worn out and was losing weight, and wasn’t sure why.
He was brief: “Amit, you’ve got Acute Leukemia. You need to enter treatment right away.”
I was terrified. I packed a backpack full of clothes, went to the hospital as he’d instructed, and had transfusions through the night to allow me to take a flight home at 7am the next day. I Googled acute leukemia as I lay in my hospital bed, learning that if it hadn’t been caught, I’d have died within weeks.
I have a couple more months of chemo to go, then the next step is a bone marrow transplant. As Jay and Tony describe below, minorities are severely underrepresented in the bone marrow pool, and I need help.
A few ways to help:
If you’re South Asian, get a free test by mail. You rub your cheeks with a cotton swab and mail it back. It’s easy.
If you’re in NYC, you can go to this event my friends are putting on.
If you know any South Asians (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, or Sri Lanka), please point ‘em to the links above. Thank you.
Much thanks to Tony and pals for organizing this event, and EVERYONE who’s been tweeting and reblogging.
Please help get the word out any way you can. My life quite literally depends on it.


I know I don&#8217;t reblog non-wedding things often, but this is REALLY important guys. Spread the word.

hrrrthrrr:

Help my friend Amit beat cancer because he really is super. Please spread the word!

superamit:

Two weeks ago I got a call from my doctor, who I’d gone to see the day before because I’d been feeling worn out and was losing weight, and wasn’t sure why.

He was brief: “Amit, you’ve got Acute Leukemia. You need to enter treatment right away.”

I was terrified. I packed a backpack full of clothes, went to the hospital as he’d instructed, and had transfusions through the night to allow me to take a flight home at 7am the next day. I Googled acute leukemia as I lay in my hospital bed, learning that if it hadn’t been caught, I’d have died within weeks.

I have a couple more months of chemo to go, then the next step is a bone marrow transplant. As Jay and Tony describe below, minorities are severely underrepresented in the bone marrow pool, and I need help.

A few ways to help:

  1. If you’re South Asianget a free test by mail. You rub your cheeks with a cotton swab and mail it back. It’s easy.
  2. If you’re in NYC, you can go to this event my friends are putting on.
  3. If you know any South Asians (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, or Sri Lanka), please point ‘em to the links above. Thank you.

Much thanks to Tony and pals for organizing this event, and EVERYONE who’s been tweeting and reblogging.

Please help get the word out any way you can. My life quite literally depends on it.

I know I don’t reblog non-wedding things often, but this is REALLY important guys. Spread the word.


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Q
Thank you for the follow :) I love your tumblr! I feel like I've been reblogging almost the whole thing!
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Thank you! I adore your blog too <3