I decided to show up in a white jacquard mini dress with blue flowers as I wanted to get into the wedding theme and fully immerse myself in the fun. I was not aware however, that this look would make me look like a future bride. I lost track of the amount of times I was asked, “Are you the bride?!” I can’t forget the other famous one: “When’s the wedding date?” Fun fact 1: I’m not currently engaged. Fun fact 2: I’m 17. Nonetheless, I was told that I would be back soon, and I was given various cards and packages including a hotel package as “It’s not too early to start thinking” one woman told me.
What I learned from A Seaside Affair:
1) Bring two cameras. One for photos of the show, and the other for video.
2) I do not want a big wedding. If someone would like to take on the major planning for me at their expense, then I’d be more than happy to let them do so. I’m high maintenance and over the top, but I am not about extremely long engagements, stressful wedding planning, or spending a lot of money to entertain others when it’s supposed to be my day. A small union will suffice.
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Thank you lovelies,
I hope you enjoyed this wedding extravaganza.
What’s your idea of an ideal wedding?
R’Nelle CyRe’ XX