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 Getting ready I could not have imagined the night ahead... (entire outfit courtesy of ASOS/H&M)
Last night all us bridesmaids got together, along with 40 nearest and dearest ladies, to celebrate Daniella's Hens
and this picture of the infamous bottle of Poncho's pinpoints the descent down the rabbit hole...

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 The bridal party
 Salsa!! These girls were all naturals
 Adriana looked smokin in the Camilia snake print skirt from my Autumn/Winter collection
 All this beautiful new engaged fingers gave me wedding fever!!
 Real Police? or adult entertainer...
hours of non stop shakin - asleep and still smilin
Check out the full album on facebook - girls only !

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