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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Choose Your Identity (Scroll down for more posts. This will remain at the top until May 26)



Ladies, ladies, ladies.....
You are cordially invited to the Spring Bridal Show.
May 26, 2007
Please choose your identity: Bride? Mother of the bride? Flowergirl? Ringbearer? The wedding singer? Bridesmaid? Father of the bride? The wedding planner?
the wedding cake?
You decide. Its your special day.
*details to follow

16 comments:

it's a gong show... said...

YIPPEE! YIPPEE! YIPPEE! I've been WAITING for this invite since your last soiree. I will mark this day on my calendar and start looking for my lovely gown. Please tell me there will be corsages again.

Me said...

photographer - photographer - photographer... ;)

Anonymous said...

Oh dear. I will have to tell Ontya so she can make us some fruitcake and wrap it in aluminum foil with curly ribbon.
I can hardly wait to get those pastel pink dyed silk pumps out of hiding.
That sweater party was just the warm up.
Joanne

Anonymous said...

OH...MY...WORD

-H

Ruth said...

i love it that you post your party invites on your blog.

i was just at the "boutique" and saw a couple nasty numbers that would make me the envy of all.

oh - if only the 80's had never left us.

esther said...

yeah!!!
another party!!!
you are too funny my friend :)

Michele said...

oh my...
this is tempting, but will you respect me in the morning?

Linda said...

I've always wanted to be a flowergirl...

shelley said...

Can't wait!! Brand and Jen, this may be the day our "red nightmares" may have to come out of hiding! We most definately will be the envy of the party.

Crystal said...

Red nightmare???? Shelley, I am SO hurt!

What about the dusty rose disasters?

Can't wait for the party!

Joyce said...

Brandy, corsages are the tip of the wedding cake, my dear.

ME: If only you really could...

Joanne: we are of like minds. I soooo remember those wedding cake morsels.... mmmmmmm.... old fruit cake... mmmmmmmm

Yes, Heather... Winter is over. Behold, the party hath cometh.

Ruth: the best way to ensure some surprises. It was fun to meet strangers who felt like friends at my sweater party. All anyone has to do is read this post, then consider themself invited...

Esther: an excellent way to wind down after a fund-raising garage sale, wouldn't you say?

Michele and Linda: YOu simply must come. You MUST. And Linda, its funny that the grocery store lady named Linda always wanted to be a flower girl as well! Michele, respect in this regard has entirely new meanings.

Shelley- you're not allowed to come pretty like you did at the last party. Remember that strategically placed flower, and the cleavage? You were the envy of many.

Crystal- Welcome. Yours may be the new face this year. Be sure to make a lasting impression....

lettuce said...

hmmmmm can i be the guest who gets off with the best man?


depends who the best man is, of course!

Anonymous said...

I just realized that I had a mint green bridesmaid dress that could have come full circle at this party. It was worn once in Niverville. Looooong ago. It was the only time I had been to Niverville for several consecutive hours prior to The Sweater Party. I can't wear it again (besides the obvious fitting issue) because I moved and left it in the closet. A nice housewarming surprise for the next renter.
Now I'm kicking myself for not keeping every item of clothing that I ever owned because Joyce might someday have a party that I need to wear it to.
Damn.
-H

Joyce said...

Lettuce- in this case, whoever comes as the best man will not have the anatomy to go along with it...

Heather: Now, that's the reputation that I can live with! Maybe mid-life won't be so bad with that legacy to live up to...

Marshkies said...

I'd likely be the bride (if I can close the zipper -- it is only 10 yrs. ago). We have a social to go to that night, but this one just might "win".

lettuce said...

:o)

i like that first pic. - she looks like a bride with attitude.