Monday, November 30, 2009

Here Comes the Bride

This post is full of girly-ness. Sorry not sorry.

Click on dress for full view.

Mori Lee has the most beautiful wedding dresses I've ever seen. I saw this exact dress at the Chapel of Love at MOA on the Friday after Thanksgiving(I don't really like calling it Black Friday for some reason, so we'll just call it what it is: the Friday after Thanksgiving).

And I may or may not have let out a shriek of delight and joy when I saw this dress.

I may have gasped out of sheer wonder and awe.

Then again I may not have.

The truth remains shrouded in mystery and mysteriousness.

But what I definitely did do was make my friend from work (who I was wandering about with; she was looking for a hard drive from Best Buy-but we ended up finding my future wedding dress. A happy tradeoff? I think yes.) stop for a good couple of minutes and admire the dress while I took a picture-it was with my phone, so it wasn't a very good picture. But, then I snooped about on the Chapel of Love website, and I found the dress!

Sidebar: Who on earth would want to get married in the Mall of America??????

Just sayin'.
But, anyhow, I just wanted to show you my wedding dress! Because it officially is going to be my wedding dress. No, I'm not planning on getting married anytime in the near future. But, as my Boy Scout brother would say: Be Prepared.

I'm Eighteen.

Clocks are ticking.

Bridesmaids' dresses, anyone? ;)



    As for the bridesmaid dresses--I can totally see ME wearing the first one. Love, love, love, LOVE IT.

  2. Totally, dude.

    The wedding dress is lovely. It fits your style really well.

  3. *dies laughing* Only you ladies would think to get the important stuff squared away first (like getting the bride and bridesmaid's dresses) and letting the trifling things (like finding a groom) take care of themselves. Gee, I miss you guys!!!

  4. Beautiful, of course! Suits you to a "T", Desi, darling. And moi in one of those lovely bridesmaids' dresses? Right? Of course right!

    (By the way, I love how you managed to work in a quote from a Jane Austen adaptation/inspired by!)