What are you up to this Holy Week and the rest of the summer? Whatever it is, I'm jealous because I have no summer/beach trips planned at all. Instead, I'm stuck at home recuperating from my surgery--physically, mentally, and emotionally. So apologies for the lack of posts and replies if you've emailed recently. In the meantime, have a great summer adventure and if you are planning your rebellious weddings, take this time to just chill, relax, and have fun with your groom. But if you can't help tune out the wedding preps, be inspired by things that you see around you like the turquoise-colored sea, the dancing coconut trees, or as simple as the summer breeze. Because wedding ideas from expos, magazines, blogs, and social media can get tiresome too. I mean how many Pinterest boards, rustic chic wedding features, and heavily beaded gowns can you stalk and consume before your head bursts! So bye for now rebels! Photo credit: Metrophoto for Eskaya Panglao Island, BoholFollow us on Twitter | Follow us on Bloglovin
A few days ago, there was a lot of buzz that revolved around J. Lo's performance of her new song "Feel the Light" on American Idol. J. Lo dubbed it as her ultimate princess moment as she wore an off-shoulder white gown by Mariel Haenn which almost covered the entire stage. What soon followed after we see her in her enormous white gown is a video projection spectacle that transformed her gown into a light show all on its own, subtlety marketing the new animated movie "Home" where the song is part of.
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Vogue was quite smitten with this wedding. So smitten that they posted it on their official Facebook feed maybe twice or thrice, and called it a wedding that would be "difficult to top." We all know that Vogue is the holy grail of fashion, style, and everything in between. So for them to adore a wedding like this, well it really must be quite something. Find out why through these photos.