Brooke & Pam’s rowdy night with newly engaged guest, Lauren Elliott continues! This time they dive into confessionals and advice questions. The gals hear a crazy tale about a last minute destination wedding, convince a rained-out bride to have a do-over wedding, and help solve some bridesmaidzilla dress drama!
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Scoot on over to your favorite podcast provider to hear more! All of our episode are available on iTunes, Google Play, Podbean, Stitcher Radio & Player FM! Continue reading “Podcast Episode 28: Bridesmaidzillas & Wedding Do-Overs (with Lauren Elliott – Part 2)”
After being a hilarious guest in Episode 2, Lauren Elliott joins Pam & Brooke again to talk shit about weddings. But this time she has some big news to share – she’s getting married!!!
They gab about Lauren’s outrageous proposal and about what ideas she has for her upcoming nuptials. The gals also answer some hard hitting questions like… Is Buddy a nickname for Arthur? Can Goldie Hawn be a verb? Does this Pippa Middleton drink suck?
Stay tuned next week for Part 2 of our night with Lauren! We dive into some confessionals and advice questions. AND! Lauren has ANOTHER story about being recently engaged that is totally bonkers! Make sure to check it out!
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Scoot on over to your favorite podcast provider to hear more! All of our episode are available on iTunes, Google Play, Podbean, Stitcher Radio & Player FM! Continue reading “Podcast Episode 27: Yo! These Plus Ones Are Crazy! (with Lauren Elliott – Part 1)”
Kristin Hartness and Jay Yontz had some engagement photos taken by the very talented Brian Smyer. Besides getting shots of the bride-to-be and her fiancé, someone else joined them for the photoshoot. Continue reading “We’re Going Hog Wild Over These Engagement Photos!”
After getting engaged, my future in-laws had us over for dinner. After having a wonderful dinner and a few glasses of wine, my future mother-in-law shouted, “Oh! I almost forgot!” before running out of the room. She returned with a large bag, which she proudly handed to me. “Since I never had a daughter, it’s all yours!” Then, while everyone watched, I pulled out a huge, long, tattered, old veil.
She then told me it was her grandmother’s, and that three generations have worn it, and she would be honored to have me carry on the tradition.
The fact that this thing was hideous and not even remotely my taste wasn’t even the worst part. It was the smell. This veil had clearly been worn to many weddings but never washed. It was so gross. I mean I was excited to get to know my fiance’s family better, but I didn’t need to share sweat marks with his ancestors. Barf.
Continue reading “Hero Fiancé Destroys Family Heirloom”