Jessie's dohl will still be on a smaller scale compared to other dohl's, but planning this thing feels like a monster. Most of the bigger details such as food, location, and party favors have been planned, but there's still so much more to do this week. I still need to plan the decorations, print photos, make a slideshow and so on and so forth. Thank God I have wonderful friends that are lending me all the vases, banners, fake cakes, and hanboks (traditional Korean clothing worn at special events such as the dohl). Without them I would be sitting in pools of tears because I would be lost and stressed. I want to share some sneak preview shots of her dohl, but I hope the following picture will NOT be occurring at the party (but I'm sure it will)...
Here are some less stressful sneak preview pictures of some things that will appear at Jessie's birthday...
Both hanboks are so pretty, so we're going to have to do a trial run on Jessie, again, and see which one she looks better in. Thanks HK and EP for letting me borrow these!
|a handmade banner made by HK|
|excited to wear this pink lace 1960s wiggle dress!|
|handmade by EP, also! |
I have the most talented friends!!