Jessica & Matt tie the knot in Bethlehem, PA.
We love ourselves a cocktail. Hell if our cup hasn’t overflowed on occasion. Don’t you dare judge. We also happen on loving ourselves a wedding. Perfect reason to get the Sunday best out of garment bags. Sure, we never get a chance to grab the bouquet from some struggling single girl with hopes and aspiration of following in the lucky footsteps of said bride but one day we will trip some trollop and grab what is rightfully ours! And we will laugh while doing so.
But this is about our dear friends Jessica & Matt, who this Weekend tied the knot down in Bethlehem, PA.
We wouldn’t have missed this moment for anything in the world and that included an impending hurricane traversing towards the Eastern sea-board.
The French say rain on your wedding day is good luck and we take hurricane Sandy traipsing up from the Caribbean as a sign of insurmountable good fortune for the happy couple.
We are eternally grateful to have been afforded sharing in the festivities & gleefully look forward to the many happy moments that are on the horizon. Babysitting schedule at the ready!
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Claire Danes, here pictured at the CFDA Awards, tells People
she is trusting her longtime short chubby Cuban friend and designer, Narciso Rodriguez, “implicitly” while he designs her wedding gown.
Danes is engaged to Brit hotness, Hugh Dancy. (Don’t get me started!)
“It’s amazing,” Danes tells People at working with Rodriguez. “I’m so privileged. I’m collaborating a little bit, but I’m just trusting him implicitly. I’m offing my ideas, but they always pale in comparison to his,” she adds.
What this means is that she’s dissecting his every move and she has more suggestions than are welcomed.
This is always the case when non-artistic types “collaborate” with creative types. They have to ask about everything and have the smallest things changed so that they can go around blabbing “we worked on it together!”
Forever the double talker, Rodriguez says that Dane’s “an extraordinary woman inside and out,” which “always comes through. You can’t hide it. I just try to make her look more beautiful.”
This is double talk for “this bitch is driving me crazy and I wouldn’t be putting up with it were it not for all the media coverage I am going to get on both sides of the Atlantic for doing her fucking dress!”