Mawwiage: what bwings us togetha today.
A few years ago, on another blog, Poof and I wrote about how our friends MC Hammer and Judy Jetson would one day find a way to be together and be in love. Apparently, we’re ESP(N), because on Saturday, they did it.
1. The Hangover.
…which is really okay, because it meant in the great battle of Go Big or Go Home, we did good.
2. Another gem to add to my 27 Dresses collection.
The short bridesmaid dress was the best thing ever invented for weddings. Similar to when I head out for a random night out on the town, I’m all gonna dance all night.
This is a hell of a lot easier when you can wiggle around a little bit.
3. Preparation is the key to success.
Poof and I headed out to Target on a mission a few days before the wedding. We’d learned from prior experiences that you should always be prepared, like the boy scouts say, lest you end up in a situation like this one:
November 2k10 — Poof and Captain’s Wedding
We’d forgotten about making mimosas for the morning of, as we got hair and make up and such done. Therefore, I ended up in a sketchy area of town, in a sketchy party store, dressed up in UGG boots and a guava bridesmaid dress with a flower in my hair.
Man at the counter: …are you in the right place?
Me: Do you have champagne and orange juice?
Man at the counter: …yes.
Me: then this is the right place.
Therefore. Outdoor photos in November in a strapless dress?
Five inch heels and dancing all night?
4. Knowledge is Power.
After theAsian’s wedding a few summers ago, I learned that you should always bring flats to dance in, because you do not want to be the barefoot girl that goes home with black bottomed feet. Either you’re drunk in your sink, washing your feet off at 2 am, or you’re waking up the next morning hating yourself because you have to change your sheets with a hangover. You don’t like fitted sheets? Try them with the hangover on. This marriage was no exception to the new knowledge rule.
Bartender: Didn’t you just get a drink?
Me: I finished it.
Bartender: That fast?
Me: Some spilled.
Bartender: How much of it?
Me: It was an exciting song. I need a lid for my next drink.
Bartender: I can get you a sippy cup.
Bartender: I’m totally kidding.
Me: …but could you really?
Bartender: Why not?
I switched to beer after that, because I didn’t want to be the girl on the dance floor with the kiddie cup.
You know what was in my wedding present from SoccerGirl?
Lesson taken from this wedding. Grown up sippy cups mean fun for everyone.
5. What you don’t remember, the camera will.
83 photos from Poof. 91 from me. 15 from my actual camera which I forgot to use after I recruited my groomsman to carry it for me at the reception.
Photographic Memory, basically.
MAWWIAGE, guys. MAWWIAGE IS WHAT BWINGS US TOGETHA TODAY. Technically, it brought us together Saturday, but y’know.
All the best, friends.
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— Laura Anne (@LA_theGirl) November 16, 2013
Posted on November 18, 2013, in Carpe Diem and YOLO and stuff like that, Merriments, We Think We're Funny and tagged Bridesmaid, dance, Hangover, Life Lessons, Photos, relationships, Sippy Cup, The Princess Bride, wedding, Weddings. Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.