Alice In Wonderland
June 8, 2009
Yey for non-wedding wedding inspiration…sometimes it’s the best kind. You can take a few ideas, make them your own – or just enjoy looking at the gorgeousness!
Now I’m sorry, but have you ever seen anything as adorable as these? The dress, the gloves, the mirror, the gorgeous girl, the cute teeny tiny tea cup! They are to die for!
A huge thank you to Vania & Christine for the share!
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