Pam and Brooke have started an annual tradition: Freaking out about Vogue’s annual article about wedding trends!
This year Pam and Brooke defend monograms, plexiglass, and flower crowns (again!) after Vogue Magazine declares them all tacky! They also figure out what the hell Wedding Cake Projection Mapping is. (Spoiler: they love it!)
If you like annual traditions or podcasters yelling at magazines, this episode is for you!
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If you want to read the article along with us, it’s Vogue’s 37 Wedding Trend Mistakes to Avoid in 2019.
If you want to listen to last years episode about Vogue, check out Episode 23: Wedding Trends Only Vogue Wants You To Avoid
We kept talking about our wedding planner pal Amanda Walker. To hear more about her takes on the Wedding Trends of 2019, check out Episode 92!
Good news! Google Maps has upgraded the Grand Canyon to 4.6 stars now!But still WTF?!!!
This is what Paper Fringe looks like.
Here are some pictures of Blue and White Chinoiserie. (Please don’t ask us to pronounce it.)
Here’s a video of Wedding Cake Projection Mapping – which we just learned about AND ALREADY LOVE!!
LMM’s EGOT Status:
Grammy: 2009, 2016, 2018
Oscar: Not yet!
Tony: 2008, 2016
Super Sunday Bunch Bowl of Freedom: A great party-sized punch just in time for the Super Bowl! From Liquor.com. (Suggested by Pam)
@round_boys: Twitter account dedicated to cute round shaped animals! (Suggested by Brooke)
Back-To-Back Chef: Celebrities learn how to make fun recipies using only verbal commands from Bon Appetit Chefs. Available on YouTube. (Suggested by Brooke)
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