January 24th, 2011

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Butter London’s Kate-Inspired Nail Lacquer

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You can now add nail lacquer to the list of Royal Wedding swag. Butter London will be introducing a polish in March inspired by Ms. Middleton. According to people.com, the limited-edition lacquer “No More Waity Katie” is a gray-blue shade with glitter. Butter London’s creative director Nonie Créme notes the name is of course a nod to Middelton’s pre-engagement nickname “Waity Katie.” What a coup for Butter London if Kate actually wore this on her wedding day….

Canada AM: Kate Middleton’s Dress

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Paloma Blanca (style 4161).

One of the most talked about aspects of the Royal Wedding continues to be Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, and Alison was on Canada AM this morning to talk details with Seamus O’Regan (if you missed it, check out the clip here). Read the rest of this entry »

Emma Bunton Engaged

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Emma Bunton, of Spice Girl fame, just announced on Twitter that’s she’s engaged to longtime boyfriend Jade Jones. She tweeted, “Yahooooo I’m Engaged! Love you Jade! I’m a very happy lady!!” The tweet, accompanied a picture of Emma showing off her new engagement bling. The two already have a three-year-old son together, Beau and in November they announced they are expecting their second child.  Read the rest of this entry »

Vintage Rentals

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Looking for shabby chic furniture to use at your bridal shower or wedding day? I’ve the found the PERFECT place–and you don’t even have to travel far. Read the rest of this entry »

Wedding Do: Be Budget-Friendly

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Establishing an estimated budget is easy, it’s maintaining that budget throughout your whole wedding process that’s often the difficult part. Read the rest of this entry »

Day 95: Kate’s Title – What will it be?

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There has been a lot of debate as to what Kate’s title will be once she says “I do” to William. The complexity arises from the fact that William’s father Charles, is currently the Prince of Wales. If Charles was the King, William would automatically be the Prince of Wales and then Kate would become Princess of Wales (the same title the late Diana went by). The problem is there are a lot of royal technicalities, meaning it is a possibility that Kate could become Princess William of Wales, since William does not hold a formal position. Read the rest of this entry »

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