Monday, April 25, 2011

Wedding Cake

Sometimes you can hear the music long after it has stopped playing...

1. When planning a blachelorette party, it is important to keep in mind that the venue you select will not be a venue you can ever visit again. 

2. Spending the whole day in a swimming pool, a bathing suit, a few beers and no sunscreen can only go one way.

3. Sometimes, when someone says “after-party at my place”, they may actually mean it. 

4. There’s nothing like a blast from the past to induce child-like behaviour and exceptional dance moves.

5. If someone is passed out in a humorous fashion following an evening of excessive drinking, documentation is important. Take a picture, then help them.

6. No after-party is complete without breakfast and/or watching the sun come up. Achieving both is best.

7. Giving a speech is much easier when you have an assistant.

8. Empowering one guest with the last remaining lighter is usually the best way to keep track of it.

9. If music is playing, your job is to dance. If the music is not, then your job is to sing. And dance.

10. When the bar is out of vodka, it is your cue to begin consumption of the tequila.

11. Coming back to work “cold turkey” is never the best of ideas. It is advisable to ease in with a glass of wine and a late morning arrival.

12. If an after-party is thrown in a particular bride & groom’s honour, it is usually likely that they will show up to it.

13. Saying goodbye to good friends is so much more difficult when placed in a heightened emotional setting. It is best to say “see you later” instead.

Mabrouk to the gorgeous couple!