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There’s been quite an evolution in terms of what sort of veil I wanted to wear for the wedding day.

Originally, my plans were to go with the birdcage veil:

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But once I tried it on, I felt like it got sort of lost next to my blonde hair and I didn’t like how close it sat on my face. It was super itchy and uncomfortable.

I couldn’,Authentic Louis Vuitton Handbags;t find any other styles that worked with my dress and was starting to give up on the idea of a veil entirely. The price tag on the available veils at local bridal salons was also a huge hindrance. $200 for some tulle? No thanks,2015 Cheap Louis Vuitton Handbags.

Then I fell head over heels in love with this:

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But silk tulle with lace edging was a little (i.e. WAY) out of my price range, and I don’t think the queen would have loaned me that Cartier crown.

I found a cheapie $15 veil online on Amazon and decided I would just order that as the wedding date grew closer and be done with it. It didn’t make my excited at all, but at least it was crossed off the list.

But then I started eyeing pictures that put a little spin on the traditional veil:

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So here’s the deal: I feel like a should wear a veil, because that is just what’s done. But, I don’t really want to wear a veil at all. The concept of having my face totally covered while I might be potentially nervous and breathing heavily sounded like a claustrophobic disaster. And I’m not really digging on clipping something on the back of my head just so I have a veil on. I’d much rather wear something a little different. Plus, there are so many fun alternatives to the veil:

How about a nature inspired headpiece?

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Or that absolutely beautiful retro headband that was handmade for her by a friend.

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A simple flower makes a beautiful statement.

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Or no veil at all! Who needs em?!

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What kind of veil are you wearing? If you’re not wearing one, what are you wearing instead?

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Does this look like a sweetheart top to you? For those of you less inclined on the sewing machine, I’ll answer for you: no, it does not look like a sweetheart top.

I’,Louis Vuitton Bags;m sure you are wondering why I am so anti-bridal shop.

To be fair, Spiffy chose this particular bridal shop because they were the only salon willing to order her dress without her buying it first. So there’s one thing going for them. However, when we went to order our bridesmaid’s dresses, it was an entirely different story. The store was adamant that we not schedule our appointment too close to their lunch hour. Knowing what looks good on my body, I thought an hour before their lunch would suffice. When we arrived, no one helped us…for 40 minutes. There were no other customers in the store. If you’ve ever been to a bridal salon, all the dresses are shoved onto racks and you cannot just walk in and find the one you’ve been eyeing online without some assistance. One of her BMs and I were able to find dresses that we enjoyed in time for the assistant to come down and measure us. We had just filled out the receipts when I compared the dresses to the other 2 BMs dresses and realized they were another shade of brown. At that point it was 20 minutes before their lunch, and the assistant said, “you won’t see that in the pictures.” Like hell you won’t. So, we started the search again, with an encouraging eye roll from the assistant. Can I even use the word assistant anymore? She assisted us in nothing until this point. We found dresses and paid for them in time for the store to close for their lunch.

As a side note, never joke about an unplanned pregnancy when they are ordering your dress, because of course they are going to order a size or two up. There were some alterations that needed to be done to the sides of my dress, so in order to make dresses fit nicely, a talented seamstress may also take in the princess seams (the seams that extend from your nipple down).  Needless to say, the rouching on the dress was all sorts of ugly. Making alterations to a dress a few days before a wedding was not fun, FYI.

To top off the wonderful experience, the day before the wedding we picked up Spiffy’s dress. They told her to arrive anytime after 2PM. It was 4PM, and the girls gave Spiffy a huge attitude and ran into the back. AN HOUR LATER the dress was steamed and ready for us to take home. Do you want to sit on a pin-riddled floor for an hour, getting dirty looks, 24 hours before you wedding? Yeah, I didn’t think so. To boot,Cheap Louis Vuitton, the veil was left UNsteamed.

So you see, the most expensive outfit you are every going to wear is way too important to receive the service that we did. The salons often look down on brides who spend less than a few grand on a dress. It is wonderful if a bride can afford dresses of that price, however, for the majority of us,Cheap Louis Vuitton Handbags, $1000 on a piece of clothing is astronomical, one of a kind, precious, what have you, and the experience should be pleasant. You should have to extract that bitch’s nose from your ass with the jaws of life. You should NOT have to sit on the floor for an hour the day before your wedding.

My advice to you all is, you better shop around.

Have you had any less-than-stellar bridal shop experiences?

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So we bloggers all do things a bit differently around here, but I for one enjoy seeing some of the reception details while we’re still “on location” in the story. So before we close out the rest of the night, let’s take a look at some of the lovely details that made up our reception. There’s lots to see and talk about today, but if you haven’t eaten lunch yet today, don’t worry—you won’t find any pictures of food here! We didn’t request any shots of food, so just trust me that there was food and drink present as well.

I’d like to start off with some of the gorgeous features that caused us to fall in love with the Board of Trade in the first place.

These Corinthian columns and archways were in the process of being renovated when we booked the venue. / Unless otherwise noted, photos by Eau Claire Photographics

I think I’ve expressed my love of the courtyard enough, but seriously—look at that fountain!

The Board of Trade’s symbol on the giant, oak entrance doors.

You’ve probably caught a glimpse of the lighted dome in some of the pictures. The mural depicts various commerce industries present in Louisiana—very appropriate scenes when this was the local commodity trading floor. The black panels on the walls are actually chalkboards, used during the trading times as well.

And besides those lovely details, the venue is relatively a blank slate. We didn’t want to overpower the beauty that we had on our hands, but we did want to make things a bit more glamorous, colorful, and personalized.  That’s where the lights and flowers come in.

Let’s step back outside again…

We provided the globe lights, chandeliers, glassware, and candles to the rentals vendor, and they set everything up. Want to know one of my few wedding regrets? See against the wall where guests are coming in…those tiny lights back there? I’d seen some really cool displays done at the entrance of the venue, and I knew I wanted something in that area. I decided on these glass orbs after seeing it online from another wedding—I just don’t think they had much of an impact and this is the only picture you can see them in. Definitely could have saved a few bucks there.

And here’s the courtyard in the opposite direction. I love how it turned out, and was so happy the rain let up so guests could spend some time out there. I know we provided little lanterns for those tables, but I’m just now noticing those aren’t on the tables…oh well, if it hasn’t bothered me this long, I think I’ll live.

And of course you’ve heard a ton about these chandeliers—we had four, one in each corner of the courtyard. It was my one ridiculous “must have,2015 Cheap Louis Vuitton Handbags,” and I’m pretty proud we made it happen.

The BoT had this pretty marble table that we set up at the entrance to hold our card box lantern and guestbook picture. There was a matching “L” initial at the other end of the table, along with a dish for Sharpies and ink pads.

Our customized print, complete with our guests’ fingerprints. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but I wrote a post on it if you want more info. My top lessons from this—print it out with plenty of space in the margins so you have enough space to tape your print to the back of the board, and don’t use chalk ink! And maybe don’t wait till like the week of the wedding to be dealing with it. But that’s personal preference, of course.

A few steps and some giant oak doors led up into the ballroom, and the stairs were lined with lanterns and candles provided by the venue. When we were about to make our entrance, I noticed them and said,Cheap Louis Vuitton Bags, “Hey, those aren’t mine! Cool!”

Inside, the dance floor and band were off to the left, and the tables, food, and bar were to the right. I worked with Claire of Blumen Lendle floral to come up with four separate centerpieces. I provided various extra decor items, but besides that, these centerpieces were all Claire.

Oh, and the venue came with gold Chiavari chairs too. Sphinx correctly identified a Chiavari chair on TV  the other day. I don’t know if I should be proud of him or disappointed in myself for making him know that. / Photo by Momma P from earlier in the day when we did formals in the courtyard, thus the emptiness

You can see we had a mix of gold, purple, sheer teal, and sheer ivory table cloths. The tall cocktail tables in the background were around the dance floor and had purple tablecloths tied with a gold sash.

We had three of these large “cloud” centerpieces put on the largest tables, and I feel like the photos can’t even do them justice. They were full and colorful, and really made an impact in a ballroom with such a tall ceiling, which was exactly the intention.

Some tables had these full flower rings, with a vase in the center and a floating candle.

A trio of glass vases with submerged orchids and callas were on other tables. / Photo by Momma P

I don’t have a closeup of the last small centerpiece, but it was the low,Cheap Louis Vuitton Bags for Men and Women on Sale, small cluster of flowers on mercury glass stands (you can see them in the background of some of these pictures). The idea of these three smaller arrangements was to keep it (relatively) low cost, since those tall centerpieces were already doing a lot for our space. I’ve seen those big ones on every table in our venue, and I find it to be overkill.  But in a few key areas, they sure are pretty and earned tons of compliments.

Here you can see some of the candle holders we provided—just to have a little something extra to fill space on those 60″ tables, you know? I was also really excited to incorporate the gold fleur de lis into our tablecloths—it ties in with the invites. I’m sure everyone caught right onto that.

A guest shot from early in the reception: you can see the centerpieces, but also the purple uplighting. The professional pics were lit up with a background flash (to see our faces and all that important stuff), but the room was actually a bit darker and the walls had a purple glow.

The sweetheart table (that we never sat at) was small, so we kept the decorations very minimal. I bought this wooden sign ages ago, and used it as decoration in the house until wedding time. The “reserved” signs were on the family tables (because cocktail reception, because NOLA). Those scrolly frames matched some others around the venue.

I recycled the props from our engagement pictures to turn into chair signs at the sweetheart table.

Our family photo table is another project I wish hadn’t been pushed till last minute, but I’m glad we made the effort. Sphinx’s family is on the left, cartoon porn my family is on the right. We ended up with photos of parents, grandparents, and even a few great-grandparents in there!

The branchy/floraly centerpiece here was made by my aunt V, who continues to amaze everyone with her talent. The confetti curls and wine corks were leftovers from some other places (like those missing lanterns…), and thus ended up on this table and the entrance table. It tied everything together, although that definitely wasn’t planned.

And I know you’ve seen some of the cake already, but I really felt like I couldn’t round out my details post with out it.

Bridal cake, surrounded by bridesmaids and bridal bouquets. I bought the rose gold sequin tablecloth from Etsy, and the stand was provided by the bakery.

Cake topper, monogram, lace detail to match my dress and veil, and cake pull pearl bracelets.

Our cake serving set and champagne flutes were gifts from Momma P, both Kate Spade and found on clearance on separate shopping trips. They aren’t the same design, but I love them both!

Of course, you remember Sphinx’s Roman Coliseum groom’s cake. Sorry, I promised no food and here there are chocolate-covered strawberries. Shame on me!

This isn’t technically a reception detail, but I definitely wanted to include it because the idea was new to me.  The florist Claire mentioned that she would put together a bouquet from some of the extra flowers, so that we could leave the vase outside of Maw Maw’s tomb.  Which was pretty much the most sweetest thing ever, to bring a bit of the wedding to her and having those in place on the wedding weekend.

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As you can see, our reception was a good mix of BIY (buy it yourself) and creativity from our vendors. I had a written plan for the tables, the linens, centerpieces, lights, candles, and pretty much everything else. Some of it was specific (like the scrolled candle holders that I wanted on the windowsill behind the cake), but some of it was more like, “There are two dozen purple votives—scatter wherever else we need them.”  When I look at individual pictures, I might notice something off*, but overall my vision was executed and all the little details worked together to create a beautiful space for our wedding reception.

I love flowers so much, can you tell? If I could have one of these on my kitchen table all the time, I’d be a happy gal.

*Like seriously, there were 10 lanterns with candles and corks, where did they go? Maybe on the outside bar? Yeah, let’s say they were on the outside bar.

Previously on the Pyramid Wedding:

Kickoff and teaser trailer, Thursday night Rehearsal, Rehearsal Dinner Bridesmaid Fun Day complete with bridal meltdown, Welcome Party at Rock N Bowl Starting off the wedding day, Hair and Makeup Time, Groomsmen Gather Swapping Love Letters, Putting on the Dress, All of the Details Our Heartfelt First Look, We get formal with the friends and family, We take couples photos Traveling to the church, Family and bridal party walk in, A dramatic bridal entrance Ceremony Part 1: The Readings, Ceremony Part 2: The Vows, Ceremony Part 3: Communion & Recessional Church formals and traveling to the reception Entrance and First Dance, We dance with our parents All about that cake, ’bout that cake., Everybody shakes their groove thang LSU’s Mike the Tiger makes an appearance, we toss some things at our guests Tags: decorfeaturednew-orleanspicturespro picsrecap BLOGGER Mrs. Pyramid Location: New Orleans, LA Occupation: Petroleum Engineer Wedding Date: May 2014 Venue: St. Francis of Assisi Church & N.O. Board of Trade –> PREVIOUS POSTCala-Married: ‘Twas The Night Before Wedding NEXT POSTTotal Re-Collie: Cocktail Hours Related Posts Monumental Love: (Photo) Walk Like an Egyptian01/13/15 @ 7:53 am Monumental Love: Rise, But Hold the Shine11/24/14 @ 12:01 pm Monumental Love: Friends, Family, and Formality01/07/15 @ 5:25 am Monumental Love: My “Damn Regal” Bridal Entrance01/22/15 @ 6:40 am 相关的主题文章:

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When it came time to decide what kind of ceremony we would have, the decision was not without thought. For a short breath we considered doing a “room flip” and having the reception and ceremony at the same locale, but it seemed like too much work, and extra work means extra room for error! (Extra room for error means extra anxiety for Miss Seal.) Plus, Mr. S and I were both baptized Catholic, and the traditional side of me really wanted to have a big church wedding like my parents had.

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After a lengthy and thoughtful discussion with my Sealman, we decided to also marry within the Church.

With the decision made to have a big church ceremony, the next step was to figure out which church would set the stage. Having the ceremony at the local parish where I was baptized was not an option—I just wasn’t comfortable asking my guests to drive 30-plus minutes to get to the reception site. And seeing as how Mr. Seal was baptized in Brooklyn…well, you can understand why that was out of the question!

We looked into Mission Dolores in San Francisco, the beautiful location of my parents’ ceremony, but they couldn’t accommodate our Friday wedding. So that was that.

Then I remembered my cousin Sharla’s wedding. In March of ’09 I was a guest at her wedding in the North Beach area of San Francisco, and I remember being blown away by the beautiful church in which she wed her husband.

I have no idea why this is the only picture I have from her ceremony, as it obviously does it no justice (You can kinda see the interior of the church in the background, no?), but I thought I’d introduce you to Eldest Brother Seal anyhow:

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Now, this would be an incomplete post if I didn’t explain why all of the aforementioned details are of extra importance.

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Young Joe as a Seal:

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In light of all of the obvious coincidences, we made contact with Sts. Peter and Paul. And after some email correspondence with one of the Fathers, we decided to “accept fate,” if you will, and send in our deposit. So now we will appropriately be following in the footsteps of a man who very much embodied both the East and the West—much like Mr. Seal and me.

Well, except we’ll stay married, of course.

What made you decide on your ceremony location? Tradition? Convenience? Joe DiMaggio?

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Louis Vuitton 2015 BagsThese Corinthian columns and archways were in the process of being renovated when we booked the venue. / Unless otherwise noted

So we bloggers all do things a bit differently around here, but I for one enjoy seeing some of the reception details while we’re still “on location” in the story. So before we close out the rest of the night, let’s take a look at some of the lovely details that made up our reception. There’s lots to see and talk about today, but if you haven’t eaten lunch yet today, don’t worry—you won’t find any pictures of food here! We didn’t request any shots of food, so just trust me that there was food and drink present as well.

I’d like to start off with some of the gorgeous features that caused us to fall in love with the Board of Trade in the first place.

These Corinthian columns and archways were in the process of being renovated when we booked the venue. / Unless otherwise noted, photos by Eau Claire Photographics

I think I’ve expressed my love of the courtyard enough, but seriously—look at that fountain!

The Board of Trade’s symbol on the giant, oak entrance doors.

You’ve probably caught a glimpse of the lighted dome in some of the pictures. The mural depicts various commerce industries present in Louisiana—very appropriate scenes when this was the local commodity trading floor. The black panels on the walls are actually chalkboards, used during the trading times as well.

And besides those lovely details, the venue is relatively a blank slate. We didn’t want to overpower the beauty that we had on our hands, but we did want to make things a bit more glamorous, colorful, and personalized.  That’s where the lights and flowers come in.

Let’s step back outside again…

We provided the globe lights, chandeliers, glassware, and candles to the rentals vendor, and they set everything up. Want to know one of my few wedding regrets? See against the wall where guests are coming in…those tiny lights back there? I’d seen some really cool displays done at the entrance of the venue, and I knew I wanted something in that area. I decided on these glass orbs after seeing it online from another wedding—I just don’t think they had much of an impact and this is the only picture you can see them in. Definitely could have saved a few bucks there.

And here’s the courtyard in the opposite direction. I love how it turned out, and was so happy the rain let up so guests could spend some time out there. I know we provided little lanterns for those tables, but I’m just now noticing those aren’t on the tables…oh well, if it hasn’t bothered me this long, I think I’ll live.

And of course you’ve heard a ton about these chandeliers—we had four, one in each corner of the courtyard. It was my one ridiculous “must have,” and I’m pretty proud we made it happen.

The BoT had this pretty marble table that we set up at the entrance to hold our card box lantern and guestbook picture. There was a matching “L” initial at the other end of the table, along with a dish for Sharpies and ink pads.

Our customized print, complete with our guests’ fingerprints. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but I wrote a post on it if you want more info. My top lessons from this—print it out with plenty of space in the margins so you have enough space to tape your print to the back of the board, and don’t use chalk ink! And maybe don’t wait till like the week of the wedding to be dealing with it. But that’s personal preference, of course.

A few steps and some giant oak doors led up into the ballroom, and the stairs were lined with lanterns and candles provided by the venue. When we were about to make our entrance, I noticed them and said, “Hey, those aren’t mine! Cool!”

Inside, the dance floor and band were off to the left, and the tables, food, and bar were to the right. I worked with Claire of Blumen Lendle floral to come up with four separate centerpieces. I provided various extra decor items, but besides that, these centerpieces were all Claire.

Oh, and the venue came with gold Chiavari chairs too. Sphinx correctly identified a Chiavari chair on TV  the other day. I don’t know if I should be proud of him or disappointed in myself for making him know that. / Photo by Momma P from earlier in the day when we did formals in the courtyard, thus the emptiness

You can see we had a mix of gold, purple, sheer teal, and sheer ivory table cloths. The tall cocktail tables in the background were around the dance floor and had purple tablecloths tied with a gold sash.

We had three of these large “cloud” centerpieces put on the largest tables, and I feel like the photos can’t even do them justice. They were full and colorful, and really made an impact in a ballroom with such a tall ceiling, which was exactly the intention.

Some tables had these full flower rings, with a vase in the center and a floating candle.

A trio of glass vases with submerged orchids and callas were on other tables. / Photo by Momma P

I don’t have a closeup of the last small centerpiece, but it was the low, small cluster of flowers on mercury glass stands (you can see them in the background of some of these pictures). The idea of these three smaller arrangements was to keep it (relatively) low cost, since those tall centerpieces were already doing a lot for our space. I’ve seen those big ones on every table in our venue,Louis Vuitton 2015 Bags, and I find it to be overkill.  But in a few key areas, they sure are pretty and earned tons of compliments.

Here you can see some of the candle holders we provided—just to have a little something extra to fill space on those 60″ tables, you know? I was also really excited to incorporate the gold fleur de lis into our tablecloths—it ties in with the invites. I’m sure everyone caught right onto that.

A guest shot from early in the reception: you can see the centerpieces, but also the purple uplighting. The professional pics were lit up with a background flash (to see our faces and all that important stuff),Authentic Louis Vuitton, but the room was actually a bit darker and the walls had a purple glow.

The sweetheart table (that we never sat at) was small, so we kept the decorations very minimal. I bought this wooden sign ages ago, and used it as decoration in the house until wedding time. The “reserved” signs were on the family tables (because cocktail reception, because NOLA). Those scrolly frames matched some others around the venue.

I recycled the props from our engagement pictures to turn into chair signs at the sweetheart table.

Our family photo table is another project I wish hadn’t been pushed till last minute, but I’m glad we made the effort. Sphinx’s family is on the left, my family is on the right. We ended up with photos of parents, grandparents, and even a few great-grandparents in there!

The branchy/floraly centerpiece here was made by my aunt V, who continues to amaze everyone with her talent. The confetti curls and wine corks were leftovers from some other places (like those missing lanterns…), and thus ended up on this table and the entrance table. It tied everything together, although that definitely wasn’t planned.

And I know you’ve seen some of the cake already, but I really felt like I couldn’t round out my details post with out it.

Bridal cake, surrounded by bridesmaids and bridal bouquets. I bought the rose gold sequin tablecloth from Etsy, and the stand was provided by the bakery.

Cake topper, monogram, lace detail to match my dress and veil, and cake pull pearl bracelets.

Our cake serving set and champagne flutes were gifts from Momma P, both Kate Spade and found on clearance on separate shopping trips. They aren’t the same design, but I love them both!

Of course, you remember Sphinx’s Roman Coliseum groom’s cake. Sorry, I promised no food and here there are chocolate-covered strawberries. Shame on me!

This isn’t technically a reception detail, but I definitely wanted to include it because the idea was new to me.  The florist Claire mentioned that she would put together a bouquet from some of the extra flowers, so that we could leave the vase outside of Maw Maw’s tomb.  Which was pretty much the most sweetest thing ever, to bring a bit of the wedding to her and having those in place on the wedding weekend.

Personal photo with an awkward crop to protect Maw Maw’s info

As you can see, our reception was a good mix of BIY (buy it yourself) and creativity from our vendors. I had a written plan for the tables, the linens, centerpieces, lights, candles, and pretty much everything else. Some of it was specific (like the scrolled candle holders that I wanted on the windowsill behind the cake), but some of it was more like, “There are two dozen purple votives—scatter wherever else we need them.”  When I look at individual pictures, I might notice something off*, but overall my vision was executed and all the little details worked together to create a beautiful space for our wedding reception.

I love flowers so much, can you tell? If I could have one of these on my kitchen table all the time, I’d be a happy gal.

*Like seriously, there were 10 lanterns with candles and corks, where did they go? Maybe on the outside bar? Yeah, let’s say they were on the outside bar.

Previously on the Pyramid Wedding:

Kickoff and teaser trailer, Thursday night Rehearsal, Rehearsal Dinner Bridesmaid Fun Day complete with bridal meltdown, Welcome Party at Rock N Bowl Starting off the wedding day, Hair and Makeup Time, Groomsmen Gather Swapping Love Letters, Putting on the Dress, All of the Details Our Heartfelt First Look, We get formal with the friends and family, We take couples photos Traveling to the church, Family and bridal party walk in, A dramatic bridal entrance Ceremony Part 1: The Readings, Ceremony Part 2: The Vows, Ceremony Part 3: Communion & Recessional Church formals and traveling to the reception Entrance and First Dance, We dance with our parents All about that cake, ’bout that cake., Everybody shakes their groove thang LSU’s Mike the Tiger makes an appearance, we toss some things at our guests Tags: decorfeaturednew-orleanspicturespro picsrecap BLOGGER Mrs. Pyramid Location: New Orleans,
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No, don’t go! I promise this post is filled with incredibly scrumptious-looking pictures, even if they do lack animal products.

As you might remember,Louis Vuitton Bags, instead of a wedding cake we’re having a dessert table with desserts baked by some of our friends and family. This is one project I have delegated to my baby sis, so I haven’t spent much time thinking or worrying about this. We bought some decorations for the table last night, and I’m so excited to see what she comes up with. I have also contributed to her cupcake making by purchasing these adorable cupcake wrappers:

Cute right?

However, the one thing I do have to figure out is what I’m going to make. I know I absolutely don’t have to bake anything, but I really want to. I love baking and am really excited about the idea. Our table is going to be approximately half vegan and half non-vegan, and it’s really important to me that the vegan options be completely delicious,Louis Vuitton Bags, both because it’s fun to fight stereotypes and because I want the vegans at the wedding (e.g., my immediate family and aunt and uncle) to have great options. The cupcakes and cake my baby sis will be making are going to be vegan, and my aunt is going to be making something else vegan (I’m not sure what yet). I’d like to round these out with a yummy vegan recipe or two.

Here are the final contenders. (All recipes come from one of my all-time favourite blogs, Oh She Glows.)

Pumpkin Pecan Brownie Pie:

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Pumpkin Gingerbread with Spiced Buttercream:

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Pumpkin milf porn Spice Whoopie Pies:

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And now I’m drooling…

I’m pretty sure I’m going to make the whoopie pies because they’re so different. No one else will be making anything quite like them. I’ve also never seen them served at a wedding, so I think that might be fun. I’m also leaning towards the gingerbread because nothing says Christmas like gingerbread. That being said, that pumpkin pecan brownie pie is also incredible,Cheap Louis Vuitton Bags for Men and Women on Sale, so I’m torn. Very very torn. Oh, and if you’re looking for a great holiday dish this year, you must look at this post. Amazing.

What do you think I should pick? As a non-vegan would you try any of these?

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