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January 27, 2009

oui monsieur

Thank you for asking. I would love a trip to the Cote d’Azur of yore. And maybe some diamonds for when we go out on the town?

Research for a little save-the-date project in the works… seriously, who doesn’t love vintage French tourism posters?

STB sister-in-law Melanie’s wedding has a working theme of 50′s Monte Carlo. (we get to wear GOWNS as bridesmaids… yessss) So we’re doing a French Riveria inspired postcard for their save the date. C’est tres amusant pour moi! (I have french CDs in my car! can you tell?)

I love making cute projects that do not involve the internet. Unless I am blogging about them.

(i think most of these are from


  1. redframe said on January 27, 2009

    I was already giggling at “I love making cute projects that do not involve the internet” before I read “Unless I am blogging about them.”
    Those posters are beautiful, I want to live in the one with the big pouffy gowns… And lucky you to get to wear one!
    I realise now the bridal industry in SA needs a serious shake-up. No one here would ever think of a 50′s Monte Carlo theme, but I could show them? With the help of you fabulous bloggers of course!

  2. NotQuiteaBride said on January 27, 2009

    These posters are awesome!

    I want to wear a GOWN!

  3. Lisa D said on January 27, 2009

    I want to wear a gown! And be part of a 50′s Monte Carlo theme wedding! Sounds fabulous – can’t wait to see what you come up with for Save the dates!!

  4. Heather from the bar said on January 27, 2009

    oh so fun!

  5. laura said on January 27, 2009

    quelle inspiracion.

  6. Abbey Goes Design Scouting said on January 29, 2009

    love these!

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