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April 28, 2011



This is best post yet! So fun and cute. Love pink Rickshaw!!!!


OOOOH! LOVE IT! I am so NOT sick of wedding talk. I heard she's going to the Abbey in a car and leaving in a carriage, hence, transition to royalty.Liked your photo placement and the London vs. living room. thanks for giving us the option to enjoy this from miles away!

future princess

I LOVE the Harry poster. Now if only I could figure out a way to run into him, get him to fall madly in love with me:)

Justine @ Urban Scarlet

i love the wedding dress game idea... so fun! i wish i could throw a live party, but 3am is WAY too early :)

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