Assalamualaikum! Howdy, peepz!
Home sweet home! It's quite a long day. I had two papers in morning and afternoon, then I got to pack up all stuffs to bring home. It was tiring okay. Packing up my tons of belongings is one thing, bringing them down from second floor to car park is another. And now I haven't unpacked them yet. Maybe tomorrow.
I'm so glad to be home. Some kind of relief after done with four papers. Two more papers await! I have a week of gap before the next ones, so hello Mr Chillax!
I was watching the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at NTV7, but I didn't watch it till the end since daddy's not into it. *sad*
So I just follow further through BBC News.
Oh sweet heaven, she's so beautiful! For sure, the wedding is wonderful. Even though I wasn't there, I can feel the happiness. Fairy tale dream does come true. Wouldn't it be awesome if we got the invitation cards to the wedding? LOL. What a dream.
Well, when I read the articles and comments about the newly-wed couple, I somehow can't wait for my own enchanting moment. When would it happen? When the time is right, of course. InsyaAllah.
I'm a fan of Kate Middleton, not Prince William. Everyone is talking about her these days. Kate's style has become a source of inspiration and imitation all across the globe. She looks really stunning on the wedding and her dress, designed by Sarah Burton, is so gorgeous. There goes a princess. Can you sense my jealousy here? :p
Previously, I've dropped in Timeless Paper blog and I spotted some sketches of bridal gowns designed for Kate. Check these out!
“The royal wedding will be magical. Kate’s dress should be a modern mix of the traditional and contemporary.” — Monique Lhuillier
“I think that there will be so many comparisons to the late Princess Diana that her dress should almost be the opposite of what Diana’s was—modern, simple and very elegant.” — Tom Mora, vice president of wedding and special occasion for J. Crew
“I admire the balance Kate Middleton strikes between elegant and contemporary with her unmistakable style. For her wedding dress, I had in mind clean lines, soft shapes and classic touches such as the boat neckline and distinctive train.” — Frida Giannini
“I imagine a wedding dress that is romantic but not flamboyant, an embroidered, fluid silhouette dress in precious fabrics that will help her make an everlasting impression.”— Alberta Ferretti
“We designed a ‘blossoming’ dress because we imagined her as a new Botticellian Venus.” — Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, Valentino
“The tradition of intricate hand-pieced lacework in the high-necked bodice with elbow-length sleeves, together with the voluminous skirt of a mixture of stiff and soft silk tulle, feels regal, yet poetic.” — Vera Wang
Can I just have that dresses? :p
Knock, knock, stop dreaming, Aemy!
Congrats to both of them anyway. I wish I'll find the perfect moment someday. I'll be a princess standing beside my prince. Weeeee! LOL.