The economics of bulk buying - Sally's Journal
The economics of bulk buying|
|Date:||March 19th, 2006 08:43 am (UTC)|| |
PS I have your email, and your dress, which surprisingly has a matching thing with it (*stop press - dress with shawl - hold the pashimas*) Will email you back about dress logistics.
Thank you very much for the email - I am now Thinking. Due to my mother randomly annoucing that the cost of the wedding rings isn't allowed to come out of the wedding budget because of Tradition (I hate Tradition, it keeps sneaking up on me when I don't expect it), and because I need to find a hair dresser for M's mum and me anyway, it looks like there may well be a hairdresser...
PPS I have over 180 bottles of bubbles in my living room, and have found some tiara-like things for the bridesmaids. But they're more like headbands, they don't stick up or anything. Impulse buys :-)
|Date:||March 19th, 2006 10:44 am (UTC)|| |
Which bizarre tradition is this?
Well, I'd guess at least half of it is the Tradition that the bride's parents pay for the wedding wheras the ring given by the groom is supposed to be a gift from him/his family...
I love tradition, but only so far as it doesn't get in the way.
|Date:||March 19th, 2006 01:43 pm (UTC)|| |
I can look for more quotes if you would like. I just got one of each because I thought it was just fantasy money.
bubbles? **boggles** instead of confetti?
pashmina on hold. Sam and I will just look for makeup and shoes.
|Date:||March 19th, 2006 03:05 pm (UTC)|| |
Some places don't like confetti because it's impossible to clean up. I suspect areas with cobbles are particularly problematic to deal with. But this is uninformed speculation.
|Date:||March 19th, 2006 03:20 pm (UTC)|| |
180 bottles of bubbles
Cava or champagne?