My entire wedding consisted of just 14 people in a private, family ceremony on Mackinaw Island, overlooking Lake Michigan. I had one bridesmaid, my sister. I was lucky in the sense that I didn’t have to fit both the tastes and body types of a ton of bridesmaids. She was lucky in the sense that I know her taste. She is plain, simple and subtle. Nothing bright. Nothing flashy. Nothing shiny or sparkley or glittery or sequiny. It was limiting, but I love her.
1. Pale Blue: Pale blue and brown is a subtle combination that is classic. If you like it but are looking for something a little more lively, try a shade of blue closer to Robin’s Egg, like the signature Tiffany Blue.
1. The Bride: Prior to 1840, brides wore whatever color dress that suited them, however, when Queen Victoria married that year, she chose white. Ever since that Royal wedding white has been understood to represent purity and no self-respecting bride would be caught dead in any other color. Until now. Modern brides are reversing that trend. In fact, brides can wear white, cream, pink, pale blue, red or even fuchsia. Taste and style preference is the only thing holding you back.
These days, it seems like more and more men cheat on their wives, girlfriends, and fiancees. That doesn't surprise me. What surprises me is that so many women still want to marry their partner after he strays.
I'm not judging them, so don't take it that way. I'm just curious why so many women, myself included, put up with bad behavior from their men. I can understand wives who don't want to leave a cheating man; after all, they're already married and probably want to try to save their marriage. I totally get that.