Days 330 - 347

so we're close. like really close. and of course we recently realized that we had to mail in the application for a one day officiant at least 6 weeks in advance...good thing we got that mailed in right under the wire! whew!
and now that we've reached the 30 day mark, we can go do the get a marriage license thing now. oh man.

this past weekend we had a small soiree of sorts that started off with some yummy cupcakes and bubbly  and perhaps some temporary tattoos with our initials (thanks again Shannon for hosting!)

and then we headed to dinner at scollay square and concluded the evening with a cover band 

all in all a great time. thanks so much to everyone who made it out on Sat! it was great to get excited with everyone!
and the weekend ahead promises to be completely the opposite....
on the menu this weekend we have --
  • finalize the menu and floor plan
  • figure out what i get to search for at....wait for it....brimfield! in just a few short weeks
  • get hinges and hinge those damn shutters (thanks to Dan for the tip on the best hinging technique)
  • order /  print photos for frames
  • get some fabric for the photobooth backdrop
  • deal with some clothes pins
  • test out DIY flower bouquets
  • see a girl about some frames in saugus (finally!)
  • avoid the hurricane 
  • work more on ceremony 
  • homework (um, ya, i'm starting school today and already have homework due on monday)
whew. i'm tired already. more soon.


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in an effort to keep me sane, relaxed, organized, humored, and hopefully useful to others, i'm going to document the next 365 days of wedding planning. i'd also like this to be a way to keep family and friends that don't live in boston feeling like they're in the know and involved over the next year. in a nutshell - liana and i are having a very non-traditional, modern wedding with vintage and sustainable elements. these 'elements' are still in progress and over the next year, we'll be on ebay, craigslist, random blogs and websites, trekking out to various antique fairs in New England, and using the skills of our friends and family for DIY projects.

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