Archive for March, 2008

Friends don’t let friends dance barefoot

Let’s be honest…..has this ever happened to any of you? (I would like to be on the record stating that this is NOT a picture of my own feet):

Dirty Feet

This is what happens when a girl in horribly painful, almost unbearable, shoes starts dancing, and gets to the point where anything, even disgustingly dirty feet, would be better than the pain she is currently enduring.  In a fit of rage, she flings off her Christian Louboutins and decides to strut her stuff on the dance floor, BAREFOOT.  This has been known to happen most commonly in Vegas (mostly during a marathon partying/dancing weekend such as a Bachelorette Party) or during a fantastic wedding that has you dancing for hours on end.

Enter Flexflop, the most genius invention ever created (by my good friend, Stacey Kirsch) to prevent this very situation!!  These comfy, yet foldable flip-flops come in an array of colors and make the perfect addition to your bridesmaids’ gift bags, because they are small enough to fold into your dazzling clutch and take out with you when you go dancing!!  For those of you putting out flip-flops for your guests at the wedding, they come in the most adorable pouches, that you can get customized to say anything you’d like.  I also like to keep a pair in my car for when I spontaneously go and get a pedicure ……I’ve never had to walk out of the nail salon in those paper flip-flops again!


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Helllooooo world!!

My first post, this is so exhilarating!!  I’ve finally gotten around to creating a long overdue blog…I’ve been getting way too much grief from my blog-stalking clients not to graciously oblige them all.   Hopefully I will be able to keep you all informed, or at the very least entertained, with my own web/blog stalking skills.  My plan is to mostly use this blog as a forum to showcase my amazing clients’ events and weddings, and hopefully help others along the way, with my *perils* (cough, cough!) of wisdom.  Happy planning and talk soon!!

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