Wedding flip-flops? It never occurred to me these words could fit together in a sentence. Maybe I’ve been wrong all this time…. read on….
Tonite I googled “flip-flops” to see what came up- you know, to inspire me to find something slightly interesting to write about for Flip Flop Friday. Then I saw the wedding flip-flops thing and just had to check it out. Really… flip-flops on your wedding day? Well, why not??! (I found some really cute choice!)
Why bother with high heels? Havaianas, please…..
Some great websites to check out: Etsy, wrapwithus.com; Bridalflipflops.com; Nordstrom; Macy’s… I could go on….
Happy Flip Flop Friday! Cheers!
Planning a wedding in the near future? Searching for a beautiful bargain of a dress? I have the perfect place for you! A Nite On The Town in San Diego’s UTC neighborhood specializes in bridal, prom, designer evening dresses and tuxedos. Started almost 20 years ago in 1992, they have turned into a leading formal wear shop. You can select from over 2,000 of the latest designer bridal and special occasion dresses (including mother of the bride) and tuxedos in stock. Better yet– A Nite On The Town offers on-site professional alterations and a complete line of accessories.
A Nite On The Town Fashion & Bridal
8650 Genesee Avenue #222
San Diego, CA 92122
Phone: (858) 457-1233
When I walked into this shop I was greeted by Shanna while I browsed the racks. All formal wear dresses in my photos were between $199 and $350. As far as the wedding dress inventory, prices range from $500 to approximately $2,000 range. For the budget babes out there planning a wedding- this shop offers wedding dress rentals for $250 for the weekend. How cool is that?! (a lot of times women wear their wedding dress once and then it sits in a box in the closet…) I find the idea of renting a wedding dress very eco-friendly and budget friendly– $250 for a designer wedding gown sounds awesome!
Deals happening right now–
- $44.95 for a tuxedo with the purchase of a dress (tuxedo is $59.95 without the dress purchase)
- Huge Sale: 50% to 60% off on selected items
Do you have too much jewelry and not an organized place to keep it all? I found myself in a similar situation– jewelry stashed in random places to the point I had to “search” for what I wanted to wear. Well, I came up with a stylish DIY project last weekend while strolling thru Kobey’s Swap Meet in the Point Loma neighborhood of San Diego.
Tucked in the midst of random odd household items I found the I Liquidate table featuring some fantastic cigar boxes. You read that right– cigar boxes. I purchased a total of 3 wooden cigar boxes and the owner threw in a freebie– I spent $10. I figured this would be an excellent was to re-use something that might be thrown in the trash. The boxes were surprisingly sturdy and of good quality.
I Liquidate (“you call, we haul”)
Ramona, CA 92065
Phone: (619) 770-9921
The stack of boxes looks really cute tucked in my living room cabinet. I secured some felt to line the boxes (price: Free) so my jewelry will be protected. This was a super quick & easy project. It took maybe 30 minutes to line the boxes with the felt. Probably the biggest time-consuming part of the whole thing was deciding which jewelry would be placed in which box (decisions!).