Look all- I got a new ring!
Round stone, six channel-set side diamonds...
Oh and it's completely fake.
Let me explain. Last night Mr Pug and I got together with our photographer, Erin Hession-Wooton, and her husband John. We went through the wedding day plan, start to finish. She came up with some great questions for me and was so helpful! She also let us borrow an easel (to use for our picture we are having people sign for our guestbook) and the above "stand-in" ring. That way, when I get my rings soldered I will have a ring to wear. It's weird to wear a ring that's such a vastly different style than mine! It also, in it's CZ glory, looked much shinier and sparklier than my ring. A mix of lotion, hairspray, and, let's face it, queso, had dulled it over the past few weeks. (Hey, we were at a Mexican restaurant!) I gave it a good cleaning when I got home and felt much better.
The meeting made me feel a little calmer about my massive to-do list. I checked a few things off my list! 1. Find/book a makeup artist. (Found and booked, just need to send the check.) 2. Finalize photography schedule. 3. Figure out WHERE we're taking pictures. (Discussed both of these with Erin.) 4. Buy Mr Pug's ring and get it engraved. (We bought it! Just have to get it engraved.) 5. Get stand-in cheap ring for few days before while mine is being soldered. (Erin lent me the one above.) 6. Find out about easel for pug print - rent/borrow if necessary. (Erin lent me one too!) 7. Cake cutting - will Buca provide or do we need a set? (Buca will provide everything since we are not using their desserts.)
Look at me, getting things done! I still need a LOT but baby steps are still steps... right?
Also... giveaway alert!
To celebrate when I get my 100th follower, I will be hosting a giveaway! My very FIRST! If you follow me on Twitter then you already know what it is. If not, you'll have to wait until I get one more follower! Stay tuned!