Runaway Maids

22 May

Since many of my maids live in our nation’s capital, I took a field trip down the DC-area a few weeks ago to meet the ladies.  It was a great opportunity to get together and try on some bridemaid dresses.

To kick off the day , we had a picnic on the water.  Aren’t we just adorbs?

how many ladies can you fit on a fitted sheet?

to know us is to love us.

Since I am quite the organized bride, I had already virtually scouted the area and made an appointment at one store in Old Town Alexandria that carried our designer, fabric and style.  Our designer of choice is Bill Levkoff, but you’ll have to wait until the big day to what dress everyone picks!

Our gaggle of girls walked into the store and the associates smelled trouble.  They whisked us upstairs to our own secluded dressing room that is the size of my bedroom and the fashion show began.  The ladies tried on every style the store had to offer and we each gave our thoughts.  We really had way too much fun.

When it was time to go, we felt a little bad that we actually had zero intention of purchasing any dresses so we devised an exit strategy.  Put everything back neatly and exit the store as quickly as possible.  Leave it to us to be anything but smooth…

maids on the run

Thank you anonymous bridal store. See you never.  xoxo db2be


2 Responses to “Runaway Maids”

  1. sarahoholla May 22, 2012 at 11:16 am #

    Every part of this post is hilarious. I especially like the second picture of all of you, and the fact the it is a fitted sheet.

  2. canyoubearit May 22, 2012 at 11:22 pm #

    I second that. This might be my favorite post on your blog yet.

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