"Why? Does buying a gay melon baller at Tiffany's cost more than buying a straight melon baller at Tiffany's?"
Really love your wedding colors? Add coordinating dye to the toilet water. Fill the bathroom floor with rose petals. Play your ceremony music on CD. Reception hall doesn't come with restroom attendants? Hire your own private Jeeves.
Add. Dye. To. The. Toilet. Water.
This is a level of attention to detail I, with my boring vanilla toilet water, can't even begin to imagine. This person must be terrifying in the office. Find out more here.
Thank you, IndieBrides, for directing me to these. I think.
Wedding Pills, designed by Ted Noten, are golden alternative wedding rings with a traditional inscription with the name of the loved one and the marriage date. They can be taken with a glass of vodka or other beverage. Because of the intimate process these pills undergo a fundamental question is laid bare: are we going to search for it or not, it may provoke the first marriage crisis. And with whom it agrees, the ritual can be repeated after each crisis – a nice reconciliation ritual.
Yeah, I had to read it twice too. The ritual can be repeated after each crisis.
What, is make-up sex suddenly not hot enough or something?
Buy the gift that keeps on giving here.
Her pearls? Grace Kelly. Dynamite!
The good people at MyDaVinci ("Art that clicks") will take your photos and Photoshop your faces onto the painting of your choice. While I can't imagine spending the rest of my life staring at a picture of myself and himself besporting ourselves in the woods, I have to admit I'm tempted by the American Gothic version:
Or I could surprise him on his birthday with a portrait of himself:
My DaVinci. It's brilliant.