I had some free time on Sunday and it was the perfect opportunity to get started on my wedding day shoes. I knew I wanted something different, but I had no idea what, then I remember a tutorial I saw a few months ago for comic book shoes, and I knew I had to try my hand at them. I opted to use old heels that I had in my basement because I knew they fit and they are comfortable.
So our wedding DJ (Jason at Liquid Kourage Karaoke) has left us high and dry. We have spent months trying
to get a hold of him, and I finally had to tell myself that enough was
enough. If he wanted our business and to continue our friendship he
would have called us back or emailed us. (He was a good friend of ours. When we got engaged in March he
agreed to DJ for us, and told us he would reserve our date and send over
a contract ASAP. We never got the contract, and in July we asked for it
again with no response.)
Now I am having trouble finding an
affordable DJ that is free on our wedding date. I know I should have
started looking for a new DJ sooner, but I haven't really had the time
nor the money for the down payment. Most of the responses I have
received today have been along the lines of "I'm sorry but we are
already fully booked for that evening." /end rant.