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« Reply #10 on: October 20, 2005 08:36:34 PM »


I can't believe you did your hair by yourself!! It looks amazing!

I am trying to do everything by myself - my mum and I are currently working on my dress and I will make invitations etc. Our wedding is only very small and untraditional. I would do my own hair but I am beyond hopeless when it comes to that stuff. It is usually very short for that very reason but I have been growing it for the wedding and it is driving me crazy! The day after I am going to have it all cut off! We are getting married in Paris (Pierre is French and I am Australian) in the Mairie in front of the Pantheon and then will have a small reception at the Luxembourg Palace before taking everyone on a grand tour of Paris in a 1940's bus! It is in January and it will be freezing....

Thanks again for your advice...
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« Reply #11 on: October 23, 2005 10:26:18 AM »

Your wedding is so pretty! I had planned to wear my Grandmother's wedding dress (She was married in 1924) but she didn't save it and I couldn't find a picture of it to make it in time.
You looked beautiful!

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« Reply #12 on: October 23, 2005 10:32:47 AM »

could the place have been "nancy's sewing basket?" my friend's mom owns the store (i'm from magnolia, myself, but i'm in college in southern california - i miss seattle terribly!). i love their ribbon room!

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« Reply #13 on: July 31, 2006 11:06:01 AM »

your blog was really amazing, some of the pictures ahve inspired me into making some awesome things, thank you
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