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  1. Cute dress up as something starting with P? 7 year olds party?

    I am going to a 7th birthday on the weekend and need to dress up as something starting with 'P'. Im the big roll model at the party so it has to be really good! But easy. I cant go as a princess cuz there will b 20 of them already there.

  2. I noticed there were no adult bridesmaids in the wedding of Kate and Wills.?

    Is it the custom to use young children in this role and not adults?The same with the groomsmen or absence thereof. What was the significance of the uniforms of the young boys with the bridesmaids? Yes, I was aware of the sister, Pippa. I saw her as the maid of honor as opposed to the other traditional bridesmaids. Yes, I was aware of the sister, Pippa. I saw her as the maid of honor as opposed to the other traditional bridesmaids.

  3. What to do with unfair customer?

    I am a dressmaker that made a HUGE mistake of accepting this lady's order of a wedding dress. I am usually incredibly busy, but I've agreed as she convinced me the dress would be VERY simple... Ok, she's purchased the dress previously, but turned it down as to her it looked too dressy. She sent me a few photos of what she'd like - they were all different, but enough to get a basic idea. She asked for my advice regarding the choice of fabric and purchased the one that I specifically said NOT to. I explained that it'll make it look rather different and she accepted it. After 3 fittings... on the very last one... she has decided that it's all wrong, it's not what she wanted as it is, too, very formal and doesn't go with the necklace she was planning to wear... She got incredibly insulting, edgy and most definitely blamed me in... making her a WRONG dress. She saw it pinned alltogether and then step by step every week as it was sewn together. She constantly asked to alter it here or there, but never mentioned that the whole design is wrong! She is a mid-aged, quite a lot overweight lady that was planning to have a SIMPLE dress out of dupon silk. I am heart broken over her ungratefullness! I don't know what to do - after me pointing out how unfair her complaints are, she just stormed off and I'm left with 99% completed dress that she probably won't even bother picking up and paying for... What would you suggest to do?

  4. Have you heard the news about Pippa Middleton?

    LOS ANGELES—Vivid Entertainment has extended an offer to Philippa "Pippa" Middleton to perform in one sex scene for $5 million. The proposal was sent in a letter dated May 6 by Vivid co-founder Steven Hirsch to Middleton, whose sister, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, married her longtime beau, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, April 29 in Westminster Abbey, before an estimated television audience of 2 billion people. "As far as I was concerned, you were the star of the Royal Wedding," wrote Hirsch to the 27-year-old party planner and socialite. "As I watched a broadcast of the event I couldn't help but think that with your beauty and attitude, you could be an enormously successful adult star. "This week, after seeing photos of you having a great time at a party, I decided to offer you a role in one of our upcoming movies," continued Hirsch. "For just one explicit scene I would be pleased to offer you $5-million and, of course, you would have your choice of partners. If you would like to bring your brother James along, he could appear in a separate scene for another $1-million." James is 24-year-old James William Middleton, who according to Wikipedia runs the Cake Kit Company, which makes "thematic cakes and cake-making kits for birthdays and other occasions." Vivid Entertainment exists and this did not come from a tabloid.

  5. Wearing white as a wedding guest?

    My boyfriend's brother is getting married on this upcoming labor day weekend. (We are 20, the wedding couple is 24/25 years old.) My mom wants me to wear this beautiful cocktail dress we found but I think it would be tacky because it's all-white. It's not even cream! It's definitely a soft, yet pure white. It is short (2-3 inches above the knee), sweetheart neckline, strapless, has gauzy ruffles for the skirt, has a satin ribbon around the waist that ties as a bow in the back, and the bust has white colored, very slightly glittery sequins. It's very likely I will marry my boyfriend. We are still in college, but we and our families have all talked very much about it. So I will probably be in the family. I wouldn't want to offend a future sister-in-law. My mom is really pressuring me to buy the dress, though. My mom loves etiquette and says its fine and recently Peggy Post said that wearing white to a wedding is fine. But, with my boyfriend being in the wedding party, I might be in the pictures or otherwise noticed from the crowd and it just seems tacky, to me. Especially since I'm quite petite and the bride-to-be has recently been complaining about how she's been gaining weight... I just wouldn't want her to think I want the attention. But my mom is really into me getting this dress!! I told her it's known to be tacky and she says "not anymore, look at Pippa Middleton." What do you think? I know that the bride is wearing white and the wedding will be very traditional.

  6. Wearing white as a wedding guest?

    My boyfriend's brother is getting married on this upcoming labor day weekend. (We are 20, the wedding couple is 24/25 years old.) My mom wants me to wear this beautiful cocktail dress we found but I think it would be tacky because it's all-white. It's not even cream! It's definitely a soft, yet pure white. It is short (2-3 inches above the knee), sweetheart neckline, strapless, has gauzy ruffles for the skirt, has a satin ribbon around the waist that ties as a bow in the back, and the bust has white colored, very slightly glittery sequins on the bust. It's very likely I will marry my boyfriend. We are still in college, but we and our families have all talked very much about it. So I will probably be in the family. I wouldn't want to offend a future sister-in-law. My mom is really pressuring me to buy the dress, though. My mom loves etiquette and says its fine and recently Peggy Post said that wearing white to a wedding is fine. But, with my boyfriend being in the wedding party, I might be in the pictures or otherwise noticed from the crowd and it just seems tacky, to me. Especially since I'm quite petite and the bride-to-be has recently been complaining about how she's been gaining weight... I just wouldn't want her to think I want the attention. But my mom is really into me getting this dress!! I told her it's known to be tacky and she says "not anymore, look at Pippa Middleton" What do you think?

  7. Children in the Royal Wedding?

    Does anyone know why the bridesmaids are all children? I know in Princess Diana's wedding it was this way also. Is this tradition?

  8. A Wedding Situation. Advice requested?

    What would you do? ... The couple are getting married in a few months. The groom has a teenage daughter who hates the bride. The groom loves his daughter, but she can be a little spoiled and manipulative. She was originally supposed to be in the wedding party until she discovered her picture was not posted on the bride and groom's wedding website and cried to her father, hurt and distraught. The couple posted her picture along with theirs so her feelings would not be hurt. Over the next several months, the groom's daughter began dissing the bride behind her back, telling lies to other family members about the bride. The bride understandably was angry and hurt and removed her as a bridesmaid from the wedding party. Now, three months later, the groom's daughter is demanding to be placed back in the wedding party and has told her father that if she isn't in his wedding, she won't attend at all. The groom, afraid of causing more problems and fearful of losing his daughter, told her she could walk down the isle alongside the 2-year-old flower girl. The bride, very upset that the girl is back in the wedding party, now says she would rather cancel the wedding than have someone so hateful toward her be in it. The groom loves his daughter and wants her to be AT the wedding. And if that means having to put her IN the wedding, then so be it. Meanwhile, the parents of the bride are standing by, hoping tens of thousands of their dollars already spent on the wedding aren't going down the tubes. What's the best, most rational solution?