Friday, November 19, 2010

Do you need a coordinator?



It's no secret that my favorite coordinator is Christina Molina, right? So, when I saw that she is hosting a contest so 3 lucky couples can get either $75 (WOW), $125 (DOUBLE WOW), or $200 (OMGosh WOW!) off, I knew I had to let my couples know!

If you are in need of a coordinator, check her out! We've worked with Tina Molina Events countless times and they are amazing at what they do!

For all the info, click HERE!
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Monday, November 1, 2010

Happy Halloween! (belated)

I hope everyone who celebrates Halloween had a lot of fun! Art and I sure did! Since we got married I have wanted us to dress up as La Chilindrina and El Chavo, which are characters from a Mexican sitcom that is widely known by Latin America. If you are curious about what the sitcom was about, click HERE. I grew up watching this show and to this day can still watch it and laugh out loud just like I did when I was a kid. This show was filmed way before I was born and even now kids and adults around the globe still enjoy it! Anyway, like I said, we've wanted to dress up like two of the main characters for a while now. The problem has always been that you can't find a costume anywhere! I finally decided I would make our costumes. What a project! My costume took a few days to make, but it was so worth it! Art's was pretty easy, though. All in all, Art and I enjoyed making our own costumes :)

We ended up going to Hollywood for Halloween and let's just say we were a big hit! No lie, we got ambushed quite a few times for photos. I'll try and post a video on here so you guys can see we aren't lying! I guess other Spanish speaking people (even a few non-Spanish speakers) love El Chavo Del Ocho as much as we do :P It also didn't help that Art was having too much fun with it and people thought he was hilarious :P

I wish we would have taken a photo with our SLR, but when in a hurry, we always reach for the iPhone :P

Anyway, here is a photo of us:



Below is a photo of the original characters:




Before I end this post, I wanted to share the Super Mario pumpkin Art carved for me this year. He did a great job, if I do say so myself!

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