Monday, July 21, 2008

Slumber Party Gone Tame!

You are never too old to have slumber parties. This is what we proved when had a party for Rose and Eric who are to be wed this August. Initially, we were faced with many options as to what the theme should be. Since it is a merger between a Korean (Eric) and a Fil-Chinese (Rose), I was thinking of a United Nations Party. But that was turned down as being too conservative.

Jasmin was leaning towards the Hollywood Glam look but majority of my Joy Luck Club hates dressing up so that was thrown out the window. The bride to be, Rose then suggested S and M costumes which got a violent reaction from a few saying that they were not going to attend if they have to wear black patent boots and bra to match it with. I for one had to research something so wild! In the end, I told Rose that I just do not see myself wearing this...

So it was back to the drawing board until finally, Rose decided that we have a PAJAMA Party. Everyone sighed with relief especially since this is a dress down to the max event.

Well, pleased as we were with the theme, we were even more pleased when Minena agreed to do our dinner!!! YIPPPPEEE!!!! Not only did we have it in her house, we were going to eat the finest dishes that our version of Martha Stewart is known for.

To Rose and Eric, are you sure about this? Rose, you still have time to back out. But you know....nothing bad about having an endless supply of Bulgogi! YUM! BWA HA HAH HA! Just kidding Eric.

Till our next food trip. Enjoy the pics.

The sleeping quarters.

The tummy fillers.

The Sleepers.


Anonymous said...

Hi Ms Candifier,

Just wanna let you know that i so love reading your blog, the information you share about restaurants is so useful for me and my boyfriend, especially since we barely have the time to try and explore food from new restaurants. We tried CafĂ© Juanita in Pasig and we’re so happy with the food (ordered the 3-way adobo) and it’s very quaint ambience.

You have been so kind to us for sharing your foodie experience that’s why I hope you could help me with this one. Where can I get good sansrival, food for the gods and paella?

I hope people will stop grabbing pix from your site and just be content , in appreciating the time it takes for you to share to us all your wonderful experience from fashion, to the fab jewelries and most especially the food.


Candifier said...

OMG! This sounds to me like real authentic fan of my blog! Not some family member or past lovers or my best of friends. This is for real guys! WAAHHOOO!!!

Kidding aside, Betty's Sans-Rival is still the best for me.

101 Sen. M. J. Cuenco St.
Quezon City
Tel. 7121752, 7121733, 7323729

And for paella, Casa Armas. But make sure you bring extra money coz good paella don't come cheap! Very romantic too so bring your honey!

573 J. Nakpil St. cor. J. Bocobo St., Malate

Tel: 5235763, 5210736 to 39

Will do trials for Food for the Gods and will blog about it. Makes life more fun! Watch out for it!

Anonymous said...

Super cute idea. Dressing down to go to a party is the way to go. Will surely have this theme next time I hold a dinner at my house. My friends will love it. Thanks for the idea.