Sunday, March 29, 2009

Kendra Wilkinson Can't Wait for Marriage

With her world currently consumed with wedding plans, Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson is actually more excited about what happens after she ties the knot on June 27 with football star fiancé Hank Bassett.

"That's what we talk about all the time,The wedding, we feel, is nothing but a celebration. It's a party. We could just go down to the courthouse and get married and we'll just be happy doing that. " the blonde beauty told press when the couple took a break from their preparations to attend the American Red Cross's Red Tie Affair in Santa Monica on Saturday.

"We're ready just to get married and ready for our lives together,I'm just really excited to be his wifey and he's excited to be my hubby – that's just the way it is." she add.

Still, her thoughts aren't veering far from planning the big day at former beau Hugh Hefner's fabled home. "There are a lot of things that are exciting – the destination of the Playboy Mansion, and having Hef be there, and all the people who love me."

"I was going to, but I didn't have time," laments Wilkinson. "She wanted me to show her how to shake her a--. I tried to find the time, and I wanted to so bad, but I couldn't. She texts me all the time: 'Show me how to shake my a-- – PLEASE!' "

Wilkinson has been following Madison's dance progress on the hit show as best she can. "I saw her on YouTube the first week and she was doing really good – but now, not good because of her rib," referring to Madison injuring her rib last week and rehearsing through the pain for Monday's show.

Now that Madison is single again after her split with illusionist Criss Angel, Wilkinson holds out hope that, like her, Holly will find the ideal love match.

"I hope she just finds a normal guy who's just in for love and not for what she is, what she does," she said. "I hope there's another Hank out there for her. Hank needs to give guys advice, because Hank's the perfect guy."

"I might be able to find someone for her," suggested Baskett.

"No other football guys, though," insisted Wilkinson. "I found the best one. I'm very, very lucky."


Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Complement Your Natural Beauty Through Wedding Flowers

Choosing the wedding flowers is a big decision for the bride and not an easy one. From the bouquet to the reception tables, flowers play a huge part in making your wedding day look beautiful. Flowers were first used in wedding’s to symbolize love, life, fertility, and purity of the bride and groom. The groom usually wears a flower that is in the bride’s bouquet to indicate his never-ending love for the bride. Bouquets most often have herbs and flowers in them. Sometimes dill is also present to help promote desire. Flowers are the perfect way to add your personal touch to your wedding day.

One of the first things you should consider when looking at wedding flowers, is color and greenery. The bridal bouquet should match the wedding dress and other decorations that are being used. You can use ribbon, beads, and other decorative items to help with the color.

Some brides choose wedding flowers to use because of their meaning. Here is a list of the flowers that are used the most in weddings today and what they stand for:

-Roses: red and white roses are both used in weddings, red roses symbolize pure love and white roses symbolize innocence.

-Lily’s: the Calla lily stand for beauty and the white lily stands for purity.

-Red tulip: means vowel of love

-White carnation: symbolizes beauty

-Babies breath: signifies a pure heart

-Blue violet: signifies faithfulness

-Ivy: stands for love and fidelity

Flowers play a significant role in any wedding. They can reflect many things such as heritage, personality, and the love of the couple. Choosing the right wedding flowers for your special day isn’t easy and takes some consideration. If you need help finding flowers to use go to your local greenhouse and ask a professional to help you out. All the difficult decisions will be worth it when you see how beautiful everything looks on your wedding day.