The Plymouth-born teenager was left flabbergasted after her victory, claiming she hadn't expected to win.A 'I was sure would Sophie get it. Picture perfect: Runner-up Sophie's photo of a penniless Eva Peron moved the judges to tears. Runner up: Jade McSorley was awarded third place after judges decided that the former anorexic was still too thin and lacked the strength needed to win the contest. Because, in theory, what could be more convenient than spraying your hair clean in twenty seconds flat? For the most part, drug-store brand dry shampoos have left my hair more gummy and dirty-feeling making me desperate to shampoo the old-fashioned way. I loved that Rockin' It has a citrus scent; Every time I swung my hair I got a nice little hint of lemon that gave me a cheerful boost.
One lucky Bostonista reader will received a full-sized set of got2b's Rockin' It Dry Shampoo and Conditioner. When I started thinking about my special suit for our special day, I knew more about what I didn’t want, rather than what I did want. Probably the biggest factor that affected the search is that I’m not particularly flush with cash, so I was after something of very good quality, but with a budget of ?200. I arranged for my best man, my younger brother Kevin, to come down from Liverpool so that we could have a look together. One thing that’s struck me as quite unexpected since getting engaged was the dismay I felt at choosing a wedding ring. So I mulled this over and emailed Tiffany back to ask if it was OK to share her email and offer some advice via a blog post.
We have had to compromise on a lot of decision-making surrounding our wedding – from what part of the country it’ll be in, to what kind of venue we’d like, what type(s) of entertainment we could have on offer – even down to the cake. And judging by Roo’s experience on her first assignment it’s going to be a very interesting series indeed! Lamb and I had planned a very short visit up north to finalise our venue arrangements, so Louise offered to book us in somewhere fancy where we’d be treated like royalty, and I’d feel like the (rock n roll) princess that us brides-to-be are supposed to when finding our dream dress. Unfortunately for the vendor we visited, I can smell a ring-bearing rat a mile off, especially since I have tried wedding dresses on before (with glittering service), and six years of on-off retail experience have taught me a thing or two about how to treat a customer, potential or otherwise. NB: As I had originally envisioned that I would write this experience up as a fond memory shared with most of my bridal party, I had asked my sister Jo to bring her camera along.
As we walked through the door of the shop, our vendor exclaimed, “I wasn’t expecting so many of you!” – this might have been a throwaway comment, but I was instantly unsettled by it. I’ve been thinking it over a lot this past week, and I figure that we know each other pretty well by now.
I feel extraordinarily lucky to know these girls, and luckier still to stand beside them through one of the most important journeys of my life. It also blended right into my hair (but keep in mine that I'm a blond) and I didn't  feel as though it was flaking out during the day.
Kat and I were lead to a private changing area, offered cupcakes, and even gin cocktails in teacups! From the off we knew our wedding wasn’t going to be Royal Ascot; I definitely wouldn’t look right in a top hat and tails, plus Roo may have baulked at the idea.
You may be aware of Roo’s obsession with listing; well I’m a seasoned addict of lists myself.
Not only has she been planning her wedding but she’s been up to her cute little eyeballs (can eyeballs be cute? Despite owning and wearing quite a bit of costume jewellery, I’ve never really worn anything expensive or precious before, and the notion of having to choose and buy something that I would wear for the rest of my life was daunting, to say the least.
I for one am all about statement over status – that is, that I’m not so keen on ‘bling’ or expense, I’d much rather have something unusual.
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Reading your blog has always gotten me excited for my own wedding and I’m happy to say, that after 8 years, me and my fiance are going to get married. I look at weddings on your blog, admire how unique they are and can’t help but want mine the same way. I figure that way, if any more of you are having similar woes you can benefit from this too. You see, I too am stifling my inner child for the sake of my wedding – for the most part, anyway. As frustrating as it is, it’s important to remember that there are solutions; it just takes a certain amount of patience and a lot of forward thinking. My experience in this bridal shop made me feel undervalued and altogether a nuisance – who you gonna call?
When we arrived at the bridal shop, Jo asked the vendor whether we were able to take photographs, and we were told no. In all, there were only 7 of us; I could have taken it a little to heart, but to my ears she made it sound as if the number of us was a problem for her.
There’ve been ups and downs as far as our wedding journey goes – so far – and you’ve been there through it all.
There was a time when I thought that not picking certain people would ultimately offend them or others, but in the end I went with my gut and I chose the people who’ve always supported me and my decisions, and will certainly be a huge part of my life forever. This isn’t just an introduction for you; it is also a tribute to them, and a public thank you note to express how grateful I am that they’re a part of me, a part of my day, and a part of everything I stand for.
I don't know that it made my hair necessarily look all that cleaner but I had just washed it the morning before so it really didn't look dirty to begin with. But this one does nicely compliment the Rockin' It dry shampoo and it definitely left my usually dry hair much softer and less frizzy. Our hostess, Vicky, chatted with us for a while about what it was that I needed – what my wedding dress looked like, what size I took, and what colours I preferred.
I also new that I didn’t want to rent a suit; as is evident with most things we’ve chosen for the wedding, we aren’t fans of the (con)temporary. The general colour scheme for our wedding was never a conscious decision; it just seemed to evolve out of natural choices we made in regards to the flower arrangements (mostly moss), table decor (cacti and terrariums) and even our invitations. To get a general idea, Roo and I set around Brighton and we found that, for my price range and for the type of suit I wanted, vintage was the way to go. Couple someone like me – indecisive, picky, a bit scatty – with someone like Lamb, who’d never even worn any kind of ring before; we were quite the pair. This idea was further cemented during a conversation last September with Feather Love’s Noa, when I commented on how gorgeous her wedding ring is.
My engagement ring was relatively inexpensive, but in my mind I’ve never seen a more precious and priceless ring in comparison.
It’ll definitely be diverse since his parents are Scottish, mine are American and he is Canadian. Like you, this blog has long been bookmarked as a constant source of fantasy wedding inspiration, and when Lamb and I got engaged I was beyond excited at the prospect of all my scrapbooking coming to life. With that in mind, the cogs in Louise’s mind started whirring and she suggested that we go ahead and do it anyway – what better excuse to get together and act up a little before we get serious? Jo took all the photos that appear in this post covertly, and I want to make readers aware that omitting any image of the vendor’s face in these published shots is a deliberate decision, as Kat and I agreed that it would be unprofessional to make her identity known.
I reckon I’m right in saying that you all know what makes me tick, but I realise that I’ve neglected to tell you about some of those who make me tick. This is a sight that few have dared to peek at – similarly; it’s a sight that I don’t dish out very easily. We toured the shop floor, ogling cuts and hues, while Vicky steered me towards shapes that would best flatter my shape.
When asking in shops for their tweed range I was surprised to find that there were hardly any in stock, with it being summer.


We hit upon a problem before we even left; Roo was working that day, so was unable to come.
Over the past six months we’ve gone on a few meanders around Brighton’s South Lanes (home to dozens of jewellers) and tentatively looked at the window displays, pricing up metals, shapes, and stones.
She told me that it cost something like $20 from a market (correct me if I’m wrong Noa), and that when she saw it she just knew it was “the one”.
Ergo, it didn’t ever cross my mind that our wedding rings should cost a fortune – I just wanted them to be ours.
I wanted my colors to be neon green and hot pink, with glow sticks in my bouquet, splatter paint tablecloths, video game favors, lego bride and groom toppers and so much more. I figured that our dreamy dream wedding would soon be a reality, but as luck (well, yours and mine) would have it, I was mistaken.
She’s beautiful and terrifying and on more than one occasion, I believe she’s saved my life. We had the initial intention of finding the perfect underwear set for my wedding day – but after a lot of deliberation, we figured that going for a bra and brief set wouldn’t work, as my wedding dress was backless.
And as she’s now on her summer break, wedding planning is ramping up full throttle as will be the blog posts. I tried to explain that the best thing to do was to go in and enquire first about ring sizing services (since Lamb doesn’t know his size) and ask to maybe try on a few and see what suited and fitted. Me and my fiance both LOVE video games but he’d rather decorate our wedding with flowers?! Like you (again), there have been aspects of our wedding planning that I would say have been – for lack of a better word – hindered.
My dismay and her brainpower concocted this new series of posts, in which we hope to educate, reassure, and warn you (where appropriate). I once stayed in Emma’s house for a whole week watching TV documentaries about dragons, and she taught me that it was okay to cry at Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Totally unexpectedly, Vicky offered me a beautiful pair of peach high-waisted knickers to wear with my wedding dress – plus a silky black bra and French knickers set to wear after hours… oo la la! My wardrobe tends to be identical all year round, the changing of the seasons marked by the addition of a solitary jumper. One thing I did personally like by taking the vintage route, rather than visiting tailors, is that you’re left to your own devices, to trawl through the mass of vintage clobber, rather than being hounded.
Lamb’s primary concern was that of the ‘hard sell’; that even after we stipulated to a shop assistant that we were only trying, not buying, we’d be expected to make some kind of purchase.
He said that weddings should be approached with maturity, but when I look at your pictures, it’s obvious that people are fine with letting your inner child out. I think we half-expected for a barrage of monstrosities, but I was surprised to find a few little gems that ticked my proverbial boxes – admittedly, they weren’t really to my tastes, but this place had some genuinely “WOW” dresses on offer if feeling like a Disney princess is your bag. Emma is the single other person on the whole planet who loves CocoRosie as much as I do, and if there’s such a thing as a soul mate or an other half, then Emma is it (sorry Lamb). We found a lot out of my price range, so one idea we had was to buy a jacket first (as there were some great individual jackets at reasonable prices) and then to find the trousers separately. I’m simply a budding bride, just like you, and I don’t want you or I to be left jilted or jaded by the experience. My mum promptly marched me into a cubicle with a lovely member of staff who measured me properly, and I walked away with two beautiful new sets of underwear, and a whole load of new-found self-confidence. However, towards the end of a whole day of trawling Brighton, the prospect of finding my suit in two halves felt like it could have been too time consuming. On the tube to Ladbroke Grove, I had a cheeky spritz of deodorant and tried to harness the emotions of that previous positive experience – hopeful that this one would be just as good, if not better.



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