Tuesday, April 26, 2011

"I Don't Want to Stand Out, I Just Want to Dress Better Than Anyone Else"

Last night Marilyn Monroe and I bought our tiaras.  I also bought a veil.  A child's veil so as not to "jinx" any possible marriage proposals in the future :)


I'm holding out on telling you exactly what we have planned until I have the final deets in place.  I want to be able to share our complete ridiculousness with you in it's entirety.  I will tell you that I received an e-mail today that began with:

 The Lord Chamberlain commanded The Queen to invite...‏


And it was followed with:
 
Dearest Fellow Princesses,


And we do not, for one minute, think that we are being ridiculous. 
 
In other news.....
 
1. It's Taco Tuesday :)
 
2. Tomorrow I'm hosting Bunco Night for the girls and we have a full house!
 
OMG...I think I forgot to tell you that The Real Housewife of Delaware (soon to be titled the real housewife of charleston) had her baby girl!!!!!  Did I tell you?  No.  I didn't.  EGADS.  Shameful of me.  But anyway, she did.  And she's so freakin presh I cannot even tell you.  She is called Lula.  Isn't that just divine! 
 
I will be meeting Miss Lula of Charleston on Saturday.  Whooppeee.  Get ready for some pictures.  Because that little muffin is ADORBS!
 
Now, I think that's all I've got to share today.  Other than the fact that I completely hijacked this blog post title from another blog called Advanced Style.  It's style for the octogenarian or some such. Really.  But they've got great quotes.  These ladies are priceless. 
 
Have a lovely Tuesday!
 
T

15 comments:

MCW said...

I hope you all are not getting up at 4 am for the wedding???

Jess said...

Haha! I feel like fun things are going to be happening!!

Dee Stephens said...

MCW, of course she's getting up! YAY for babies!

BelleinBows said...

Get out, I want to come to the party! haha
What a fun idea, definitely worth getting up at 4AM for.

The City Boy said...

is this a wedding watching party??!

Bink said...

Oh my gosh, I'm going to be within two hours distance of the Lady T of Seersucker! I hope I can feel your vibrance, awesomeness and fabulosity radiating all the way to here in Savannah! I'm totally tempted to runaway to Charleston to beg for an appt with THE Lady T if MB wasn't having surgery on Friday. ::stupid rugby, stupid rugby, stupid rugby::

I adore the name Lulu, I once nicknamed a friend that and her grandkids started calling her that to her delight.

I so want to wear a veil and have a Royal Wedding party. Please text pics and comments to me. I will be at the hospital starting at 4:30 and all by my lonesome waiting for MB to get operated on.

Sundresses and Smiles said...

Every girl deserves to wear a tiara every now and then!

Tote said...

I bet you and the girls are going to the royal wedding! At home of course. Can't wait to hear all about it.
I also can't wait to see pictures of that little one. I love babies!

Susan

Ashley Borysewich said...

haha so fun!

love your blog, following you now :)

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Kassie said...

I'm jealous of your royal watch party! I think it's at like 2am or something here? I'm not sure I could get anyone to get up then with me...and then to work after. ;)

pittsburghprepster said...

What a great party idea! You will be looking fabulous in your tiara!

Pink Champagne said...

Not ridiculous at all - I adore it! Wear that tiara and veil proudly... I will be watching wearing all of my wedding jewels. XO

Karena said...

Oh definitely, of course I will be watching all of the glorious attire including the fabulous hats!

xoxo
Karena
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The Defunct Curator said...

I think the only "tiara" I own is a pink, fuzzy, light-up one worn by me at the request of my family and friends at my bachelorette night. Should I wear this one on Friday? Also, thank you for your comments yesterday :) (I can't believe I used an emoticon!)

Ann said...

Your post title cracked me up. I can't wait to hear about what's going on