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Old 04-07-2013, 05:07 PM   #256
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LOVE your bouquet ideas! They are just so elegant and romantic. Really well done. I especially like how the MOH/BM bouquets will be all white. Really lovely and will look so nice to tie into your dress.
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OMG, you have renewed my excitement for the Legend of Jack Sparrow attraction. I'll be more than happy if he's there. Sounds ridiculous, I know. But, LOVE. HIM.

Where did you order the buttons from? I've looked on ebay, and the only ones I've seen are for DisneyLand. Though, I will admit that I'm not that saavy at online searching.

You have made a lot of progress!! Everything sounds great!

The bouquets are beautiful! The garden roses, are those premium because they are currently out of season? I'm just curious because I was thinking about using them to fill out the bouquets. I wanted our bouquets to look (and be) a little lighter and I thought the garden roses would help with that since they're more open. Roses are so heavy for the entire bouquet.

I love wax flower! I will be using that in place of any baby's breath. I'm getting so nervous about getting the multi-color roses I'm counting on and hoping they aren't too crazy expensive. Though if they have to be ordered by the box, I'm perfectly fine with that. They will be almost everywhere.
The buttons are the Disneyland ones. I'll probably still ask around WDW for just married buttons (you never know!!) but I didn't want to go without any. And hey, I may make my own little sticker to cover the Disneyland to replace it with WDW.

To be honest, I didn't ask why the garden roses are premium flowers, and I really have no idea. My understanding prior to our consultation was that garden roses are cheaper alternatives to peonies, so I never in my wildest dreams expected such a high price. It also sounds like Disney just way overcharges on these flowers for whatever reason and I'm not the only one to have received that kind of price. If you are set on them, I definitely consider looking at quotes from outside vendors for your bouquet.

I'd never heard of wax flower before, but after the quote came back I looked them up and they are so pretty!

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Disney is totally trying to screw you on the flowers. The garden roses, in a cream color, are about $170 to $250 wholesale. They're getting a triple markup, if not higher... Are you allowed to use outside floral?

http://www.wholeblossoms.com/flowers...-rose-655.html

http://www.wholeblossoms.com/flowers...lower-496.html

The Lily of the Valley is legit though; that's one expensive flower!
Holy moly mark-up! I definitely hadn't researched the garden rose prices, I'd always just heard they were cheaper than other popular wedding flower options. So wow! I wonder why they charge so, so much more! Hopefully they are being hand-planted and grown by Disney princesses for that price! But I actually feel better about the lily if the valley now, so thank you for that!

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I love your bouquets! They're very pretty and romantic looking!!!
Thank you! I can't wait to see them in person! Haha!

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Finally caught up to everything! Geez, you go to Disney for a week and you miss everything! Thank you for wishing me well on my trip, it was a lot of fun!

Anyway, I wish I could have eaten at Be Our Guest, because I really would like to try said Grey Stuff. Your flower outline looks really pretty! I love the colour palate on it.
Glad to hear the trip was great! And thank you!

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LOVE your bouquet ideas! They are just so elegant and romantic. Really well done. I especially like how the MOH/BM bouquets will be all white. Really lovely and will look so nice to tie into your dress.
Thank you so much!
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Just caught up. Sorry to hear about your bouquet drama.

The new photography rules are throwing everybody for a loop.

Everything looks great!
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Just caught up. Sorry to hear about your bouquet drama.

The new photography rules are throwing everybody for a loop.

Everything looks great!
It's true, I'm disappointed by the garden roses, but overall I'm pleased with what I'm getting.

I cannot believe the photography rule change! I am seriously amazed they decided to make that change. I'll be writing about that as soon as DF and I clear up what we are going to do. But, wow, I'm in shock!
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Insane prices on the garden roses! But I guess that is what I have grown to expect with Disney. I am considering going the silk flower route after hearing all these crazy flower prices! Your inspiration photos are beautiful though, I hope it looks just as beautiful in person, with whatever you decide to do
The photography change is crazy...I think lots of other brides are scrambling to get outside photographers now.
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Insane prices on the garden roses! But I guess that is what I have grown to expect with Disney. I am considering going the silk flower route after hearing all these crazy flower prices! Your inspiration photos are beautiful though, I hope it looks just as beautiful in person, with whatever you decide to do
The photography change is crazy...I think lots of other brides are scrambling to get outside photographers now.
Tell me about it! The prices are pretty steep, but it seems to be the case for all the prices across the board. Oh well, what can you do! I think silk are a really nice alternative though, and you get to keep them forever too! I would have considered silk as well, but my mom has a two wedding pet peeves: fake flowers and destination weddings. And since I'm doing the destination wedding. . . .

The popular outside photographers must be getting bombarded! This new change must surely be great for business!
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The Suit Jacket

For the latest big checkmark on the to-do list, I went with DF and his BM to look at tuxedos. This was my first time going with them, but they had already been out to see another store previously. The first store sounded kind of like a nightmare, but for some reason DF had actually still been planning to get their suits there, but only didn't because of small a technicality. So, I think we (I) may have dodged a bullet. The reason they didn't order right of the bat was because the only white jacket they offered had a satin ribbon along the edge of the lapel. As soon as I saw it I hated it, so phew! On top of that, the consultant was described by both DF and the BM with the following descriptors: rude, pushy, condescending and basically encouraging them to leave. She didn't tell them what they would get with a rental, so when I asked DF if it included pants, bowtie or cummerbund/vest, he had no idea and they hadn't thought to ask. Again, phew!

This new place we went to was a marked improvement, by their estimation. The store was about 15 times larger (I can't even imagine how tiny this first place was), because this place was by no means a warehouse. And there quite a few other bridal parties there, so they obviously do good business. Good signs!

A consultant helped us and while DF made the appointment and started the conversation, they were quickly all looking to me for the answers. I had answers for the consultant that DF didn't even realize were questions (pleated or not pleated shirt? tuxedo collar or dress collar? shawl, notch or peak?). No one can say I don't have a crystal clear image of how I want this to look! And again, I ask what DF was thinking going to that first appointment without me!

The reason we chose the first place was by a recommendation from our DJ. He had told us the owner was a great and very accommodating and could probably help us out with the multiple rentals we need (one long one for Disney and then another for our at-home reception in September). When they got to the store the owner wasn't even there, even though DF specifically asked to discuss these matters when he made the appointment over the phone.

The second place we chose because when we went back to the drawing board, i.e. Google, it was the only local place we found that had a double breasted white jacket! Exactly like Casablanca! Yes, yes, yes!



Unfortunately, we got the bad news pretty quickly into the appointment. The double-breasted comes in white but only stark white and my dress is ivory. She held up a white jacket beside the ivory jacket and it was pretty obvious that it would just not look good with us side by side in ivory and white. That, and the stark white was already a non-starter for me, she just beat me to it when she asked what colour my dress was.

While she was taking DF's measurements she asked if there was a reason why I wanted the white so adamantly. I said, "well it's a Casablanca theme," and she went "Ohhh, okay. Well don't you think Humphrey Bogart was wearing ivory anyway? I know it's black and white, but..." And I said "Yes, I definitely think so." Nevertheless she spent the entire appointment apologizing about the white-only double-breasted and convincing me that no one would know that the jacket wasn't exactly the same as the one from the movie. Or that I could still do the white double-breasted but it may be a risk with the ivory dress. Yadda, yadda, yadda and so on and so forth and on and on and on and on! I felt like she was trying to in earnest to keep me from having a bridezilla moment or something? I kept agreeing, "Yep, no one will notice." And she kept reassuring me "Don't worry no one will notice. No one will know but you." And I wanted to be like, "I KNOOOOOOW! I LIKE THE IVORY! THE SINGLE-BREASTED IS FINE AND AWESOME!" Or something like that..

(I asked DF if the suit from the first place was white or ivory. He didn't know.)

Well, you know, DF tried on the double-breasted in black anyway and it looked extremely sharp. It was a perfectly shaped double-breasted jacket for him, much slimmer than the usual cut or something, it looked really good! So I wish they hadn't tried that on, because I'd already ruled it out on account of the white/ivory situation. Maybe the consultant is used to be people being more indecisive or something. Then DF did the ivory jacket with the black bowtie and the dress shirt [dickie] and it was like, Yes, wrap it up, I'm done! (But, to really illustrate my point, there were still at least four or five more reassurances from the consultant - and then also the BM, who I think misinterpreted the consultant's excessive earnestness as me appearing to be inconsolable - that no one would in fact notice it wasn't a double-breasted like the movie).

The last part of the appointment was the weirdest part. Vest or cummerbund? DF hates vests. So it was never an option, but his BM prefers a vest. I've never worn a suit, so I can't account for the comfort of either, although I think a vest would be a mistake considering the wedding will be outside in Florida in July. So, the consultant was ready to ring us up when DF said cummerbund for himself and vest for BM. And the consultant went, "Oh you want a vest? What colour?"

Me: "Ivory."

She went and got a couple and brought them back. They looked very thick with all kinds of pearly designs and stuff, when I was thinking I want a vest that looks indistinguishable from the jacket, so as to not distract from that. She looks up.

Consultant: "Wait, who's the groom?" We all point to DF. She must have known all along it was him, because the appointment was under DF's name and the BM didn't really say anything the whole time.

Consultant: "If I went to your wedding and you [the BM] were wearing the vest, I'd think you were the groom."

Me: Blank look.

Anyway really? I don't think at our 40 guest wedding, where probably only one person hasn't met DF (yet), there would be any risk of someone confusing the BM and Groom based on who had the vest. Seriously, is this a thing? Whatever. Just to end the consultant's stupefaction the BM agreed to do a cummerbund. It's probably for the best in the long run.

So instead of channeling a perfect Rick ala Casablanca (Humphrey Bogart), DF and BM will be pulling a William Holden ala Sabrina, which just so happens to be my favourite movie of all time. In conclusion, I am not complaining!



I think that about wraps up the weirdest appointment I've yet had for this wedding. Anyway she gave us a deal on both rentals and she did DF's second rental for September at 50% off. Not too shabby! But weird. I'm glad I was there. Phew, double phew!
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For the latest big checkmark on the to-do list, I went with DF and his BM to look at tuxedos. This was my first time going with them, but they had already been out to see another store previously. The first store sounded kind of like a nightmare, but for some reason DF had actually still been planning to get their suits there, but only didn't because of small a technicality. So, I think we (I) may have dodged a bullet. The reason they didn't order right of the bat was because the only white jacket they offered had a satin ribbon along the edge of the lapel. As soon as I saw it I hated it, so phew! On top of that, the consultant was described by both DF and the BM with the following descriptors: rude, pushy, condescending and basically encouraging them to leave. She didn't tell them what they would get with a rental, so when I asked DF if it included pants, bowtie or cummerbund/vest, he had no idea and they hadn't thought to ask. Again, phew!

This new place we went to was a marked improvement, by their estimation. The store was about 15 times larger (I can't even imagine how tiny this first place was), because this place was by no means a warehouse. And there quite a few other bridal parties there, so they obviously do good business. Good signs!

A consultant helped us and while DF made the appointment and started the conversation, they were quickly all looking to me for the answers. I had answers for the consultant that DF didn't even realize were questions (pleated or not pleated shirt? tuxedo collar or dress collar? shawl, notch or peak?). No one can say I don't have a crystal clear image of how I want this to look! And again, I ask what DF was thinking going to that first appointment without me!

The reason we chose the first place was by a recommendation from our DJ. He had told us the owner was a great and very accommodating and could probably help us out with the multiple rentals we need (one long one for Disney and then another for our at-home reception in September). When they got to the store the owner wasn't even there, even though DF specifically asked to discuss these matters when he made the appointment over the phone.

The second place we chose because when we went back to the drawing board, i.e. Google, it was the only local place we found that had a double breasted white jacket! Exactly like Casablanca! Yes, yes, yes!

Unfortunately, we got the bad news pretty quickly into the appointment. The double-breasted comes in white but only stark white and my dress is ivory. She held up a white jacket beside the ivory jacket and it was pretty obvious that it would just not look good with us side by side in ivory and white. That, and the stark white was already a non-starter for me, she just beat me to it when she asked what colour my dress was.

While she was taking DF's measurements she asked if there was a reason why I wanted the white so adamantly. I said, "well it's a Casablanca theme," and she went "Ohhh, okay. Well don't you think Humphrey Bogart was wearing ivory anyway? I know it's black and white, but..." And I said "Yes, I definitely think so." Nevertheless she spent the entire appointment apologizing about the white-only double-breasted and convincing me that no one would know that the jacket wasn't exactly the same as the one from the movie. Or that I could still do the white double-breasted but it may be a risk with the ivory dress. Yadda, yadda, yadda and so on and so forth and on and on and on and on! I felt like she was trying to in earnest to keep me from having a bridezilla moment or something? I kept agreeing, "Yep, no one will notice." And she kept reassuring me "Don't worry no one will notice. No one will know but you." And I wanted to be like, "I KNOOOOOOW! I LIKE THE IVORY! THE SINGLE-BREASTED IS FINE AND AWESOME!" Or something like that..

(I asked DF if the suit from the first place was white or ivory. He didn't know.)

Well, you know, DF tried on the double-breasted in black anyway and it looked extremely sharp. It was a perfectly shaped double-breasted jacket for him, much slimmer than the usual cut or something, it looked really good! So I wish they hadn't tried that on, because I'd already ruled it out on account of the white/ivory situation. Maybe the consultant is used to be people being more indecisive or something. Then DF did the ivory jacket with the black bowtie and the dress shirt [dickie] and it was like, Yes, wrap it up, I'm done! (But, to really illustrate my point, there were still at least four or five more reassurances from the consultant - and then also the BM, who I think misinterpreted the consultant's excessive earnestness as me appearing to be inconsolable - that no one would in fact notice it wasn't a double-breasted like the movie).

The last part of the appointment was the weirdest part. Vest or cummerbund? DF hates vests. So it was never an option, but his BM prefers a vest. I've never worn a suit, so I can't account for the comfort of either, although I think a vest would be a mistake considering the wedding will be outside in Florida in July. So, the consultant was ready to ring us up when DF said cummerbund for himself and vest for BM. And the consultant went, "Oh you want a vest? What colour?"

Me: "Ivory."

She went and got a couple and brought them back. They looked very thick with all kinds of pearly designs and stuff, when I was thinking I want a vest that looks indistinguishable from the jacket, so as to not distract from that. She looks up.

Consultant: "Wait, who's the groom?" We all point to DF. She must have known all along it was him, because the appointment was under DF's name and the BM didn't really say anything the whole time.

Consultant: "If I went to your wedding and you [the BM] were wearing the vest, I'd think you were the groom."

Me: Blank look.

Anyway really? I don't think at our 40 guest wedding, where probably only one person hasn't met DF (yet), there would be any risk of someone confusing the BM and Groom based on who had the vest. Seriously, is this a thing? Whatever. Just to end the consultant's stupefaction the BM agreed to do a cummerbund. It's probably for the best in the long run.

So instead of channeling a perfect Rick (Humphrey Bogart), DF and BM will be pulling a William Holden ala Sabrina, which just so happens to be my favourite movie of all time. In conclusion, I am not complaining!

I think that about wraps up the weirdest appointment I've yet had for this wedding. Anyway she gave us a deal on both rentals and she did DF's second rental for September at 50% off. Not too shabby! But weird. I'm glad I was there. Phew, double phew!
Sorry you had to go throu all the drama, but I LOVE the tux!
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Sorry you had to go throu all the drama, but I LOVE the tux!
Yay, thank you! I think they're going to look really snazzy, if I may say so myself.
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99 days until we leave for our wedding and Disneymoon!

So long triple digits!

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Just started reading your journal and everything looks great so far!
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Love the tuxes! And OMG, double digits! Woo hoo!
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I know! I am so excited today about the double digits!
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Hair and Make-Up

Hair and Make-Up

My veil arrived and I love it! I just need some soft tulle to make a veil. I took a bunch of photos of it on as soon as it came in (I was having such a great hair day). And then I accidentally deleted them before I saved them on my computer. Next great hair day I'll take new photos.

And now that I have all my hair and make-up appointments more or less set (except for the wedding day start-time. I emailed Beaute last week about that and they still haven't got back to me ) and I have my headpiece set, I've finally made a more focused collection of hair and make-up inspiration photos.

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I haven't really thought too much about my MOHs yet or talked to them about what I want. I suppose I get to decide since I'm paying. I proposed this kind of idea of hair to one of my MOHs and she seemed in to it, so I'm keeping this one in my back pocket as a possibility.



Or something like this could also work:



MOH make-up on the other hand... while I think their looks should compliment mine, I don't think I want them to have the same look. So, I'm still looking for ideas there.
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Just got word we've surpassed our room block minimum! And there are at least two families I know of that haven't book yet!

Yay!
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