Fearlessly & Forever

Even my love of Bryan Ferry couldn’t get me to spend an entire weekend in the desert (can you imagine the effects of a sandstorm on my hair? Disaster.), but I do have to admit that there is a certain charm to the festival scene, especially when paired with the poppy, preppy elegance of Palm Springs. Perhaps one day, when we’re rich and famous, Kurt and I can gain access to one of the hermetically sealed tents where VIPs seem to like to congregate; that seems much more in keeping with our style. Until then, hopefully this wedding theme will help transport us there, if only in our imaginations. Stay tuned for Kurt’s take on a very Coachella wedding next weekend!

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Sam is having trouble sleeping again, but unfortunately our fave fanfic ‘Wookie Nookie’ hasn’t updated yet, so in the meantime we thought we’d put together a little wedding collage for the ‘Star Wars’ lover in us all (I’m still working on Kurt, but I’m wearing him down with his love of Harrison Ford). What wedding would be complete without Han Burgers, an Ewok wedding cake, and Storm Trooper mints (minti-chlorians, if you will)?! Oh, gotta go - the next chapter is up, and our warm milk (courtesy of Kurt) is ready. Yuow! (Sam tells me that’s good-bye in Wookie!)

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"I wonder if it’s possible to have a love affair that lasts forever…" - Andy Warhol.

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Today while visiting Glee club, I got to re-sing one of my favorite songs, from one of my favorite shows, with two of my favorite girls. I’m talking about ‘Defying Gravity’ from Wicked, of course. And even though what Blaine and I told Ms. Rhodes is true, and we are enjoying a long engagement, it’s always good to have lots of ideas to choose from when the time comes. So here is my take on a ‘Wicked’/’The Wizard of Oz’ themed wedding, complete with ruby boat shoes for Blaine, and an upside-down wedding cake that is truly defying gravity. ;)

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On March 15th, 2011, Blaine finally gathered up enough courage to tell me how he felt; three years later, and we’re still going strong. We may have hit a few bumpy patches along the way, but like our song says, “don’t ever look back.” So, this wedding theme is dedicated to our love, and to our tiny friend, Pav, whose death served as the catalyst for Blaine to finally see the light (or so he tells me - I was too verklempt to notice that anything had changed). Anyway, here’s to forever, B!


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Even though we lost at Nationals, I still really love LA!! It was such a fun trip, and we made a lot of great memories (I even got a picture with Joanna Rohrback!!). Anyway, Coop has been trying to convince Kurt and me to have our wedding in LA, and I gotta say, I think it would be pretty nifty! Sand, surf, and sushi; macarons from ‘Bottega Louie’ for our wedding favors; and how quaint would ‘The Georgian Hotel’ be for our out-of-town guests?

Oh god, Blaine, those macarons look divine. Do you think Cooper would object to a couple of house guests this summer? Just to scope things out… Also, I can’t believe you met the Prancercise Queen. I mean, she’s no Richard Simmons, but still.

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And we’re off to Cali! Sam and Tina think I need to take a mental break from preparing for the competition, and they’re probably right, so I thought I’d do a little wedding planning on the plane to relax. Even though we’re not going to San Francisco, it would make a great place for a destination wedding. I have family in the area, and have always loved it there - picture this: a ceremony in the gorgeous rotunda at City Hall, followed by a reception on the rooftop of ‘Hotel Vitale’, with transportation provided by one of San Francisco’s iconic trolleys. And of course, what San Francisco-themed wedding would be complete without a Golden Gate Bridge wedding cake (made out of Red Vines, no less - my fave!).

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One of my all-time favorite movies is ‘The Breakfast Club’, and I know one of Kurt’s is ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, so this theme is a hybrid of sorts. A breakfast wedding with mini-breakfast foods, maybe even a cereal bar, and Tiffany blue accents throughout. Our guests will dance the morning away to ‘Moon River’, and perhaps I can convince Tina and Sam (and maybe even Artie this time) to reprise our epic rendition of ‘Don’t You Forget About Me’.

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Blaine and I are a little obsessed with ‘Frozen’ at the moment, and as we watched Idina Menzel (or Adela Dazeem as John Travolta likes to call her) kill it at the Oscars during our nightly Skype session, we got to talking about how it would make for a great wedding theme. The ice cream sandwiches are my fave, but a sundae bar would also be fun!

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