Bloopers From the Mother of the Bride

 

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Bloopers from the mother of the Bride… why do I tell these things on myself?  Well…it’s fun… and after all things were righted, funny too…

Although it wasn’t so funny Friday morning when it all began…

I had decided to wear drug-store brand fake eye lashes for the wedding.  I had never worn them before – but ladies…you’d be surprised at how many of our contemporaries do.  When I began shopping for the lashes, I realized how many choices there were!  Self-stick, individual lashes, strips with separate adhesive, thick, thin…on and on.  I chose a set that didn’t look to awful, some eye-lash glue, and with my slightly embarrassing purchase, ran to the check out and out the store.

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The pictures on this page don’t really relate to the post…I don’t have shots of myself frantically looking for eyelashes with a ‘deer in the headlights look’…but I do have these lovely pictures of the wedding party looking pretty.  🙂

The top photo is a screen shot of KK and Tyler from the wedding “Slow Motion” video.  The next, is a photo of the lovely bridal party, looking a little bit sassy…

And the last two are additional pictures of Janice’s, mother of the groom, beautiful floral selections – (my bouquet is the last shot).  I think the bouquet she chose for me may have rivaled my own flowers as a bride!

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But I digress… the moral of my tale of the false eyelashes, is that if you plan for a new dramatic look for a big event…try it out before the “Big Event”!  The morning of the wedding, I made a very weak attempt to apply the lashes, and it was a DISASTER!  My right eye became glued shut!  Actually, not difficult to unglue, but still a mess.

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If that had been the only blooper, wow…what an easy day!  But there was one other glitch…and quite a large one.  I will post tomorrow…I do promise….

2 thoughts on “Bloopers From the Mother of the Bride

  1. My Blooper was mother of groom story of our rehearsal dinner. After dinner I gathered the couples in the room, ages from 22 to 96, to play the not so newlywed game. Ready to go and I forgot the sheet of his/her questions. We winged it and had fun seeing the couples go at it over their varying replies.

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