Kim Kardashian ‘Kounts’ Down the Days!

Reality star Kim Kardashian will be heading down the aisle in less than a month and the web is abuzz about what she will be wearing! Kim has been spotted with one of our favorite designers, Vera Wang, being fitted for her gowns.

Yes, you heard right, we said gowns!

It is believed that Kim had such a hard time selecting just one gown, she had three separate styles created. Kim wants an Old Hollywood feel, but also wants to incorporate high fashion while maintaining a classic and timeless look. And although she has selected the fabulous Vera Wang as her designer – others in the industry have also shared their designs on how they envision Kim on her big day.

Don O'Neill of THEIA

Rani Totman of St.Pucchi

What do you think she will wear?

A Reception Menu with a Taste All Your Own

Selecting the culinary delights to go on your wedding reception menu is a chance for you and your future spouse to get creative and let your personalities shine. A customized menu makes your reception more memorable for both you and your guests!

Two celeb couples that just tied the knot in the Lone Star State, chose wedding menu items that certainly reflected their personal styles!

No Penalty for Holding

Dallas Cowboys QB, Tony Romo and beauty queen, Candice Crawford shared their Texas nuptials in front of 600 guests including top NFL stars at the beautiful Arlington Hall in Dallas. Romo and his bride stayed true to the sport and offered football fare to the guests. Wedding planner, Todd Fiscus called it “man food”.

What was served:

  • Short Ribs
  • A pizza bar
  • “The wedding cake was almost as tall as the ceiling. It was huge!” according to what a source told US WEEKLY
  • Guests received food-themed goodie bags that included items such as Dude Sweet Chocolates, gourmet popcorn, a miniature Moet champagne,  chips and salsa,”Killer Pecans” and a Neiman Marcus gift card

Goin’ to the Chapel

The sweethearts of country music, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton ‘got hitched’ on May 14th at the Don Strange Ranch in San Antonio, Texas. The country crooners offered down home fixins to their 550 guests to ensure a good time was had by all and no one left on an empty stomach.

The pair not only planned the menu, but literally took a part in preparing it. Venison was featured on the menu, and a few days before her wedding, Miranda posted this message on her twitter account:

“Last thing loaded for the wedding!!! Harvested by…me!!! http:///”

What was served:

  • Venison quesadillas
  • Mesquite-grilled beef tenderloin
  • Herb-encrusted quail
  • Homemade corn pudding
  • Red-velvet and lemon mini-cakes served in shot glasses
  • A vanilla cake with hot-pink icing that was five tiers high and designed to look like aged, tooled leather