Wedding Gowns at DressFirst

Ball-Gown Sweetheart Cathedral Train Satin Wedding Dress With Embroidery Ruffle Beadwork

I am not much of a wedding person.  I have been to 3 weddings in my entire life.  My mother’s wedding to my step father, my high school “girlfriend’s” sister’s wedding and my friends Chris and Steve, that’s it.

I actually like weddings because of 2 things, 1 I’m socializing and 2 uh… hello…  CAKE!  There is nothing better than a good wedding cake.  We just got marriage equality here in California and I am very excited about that.

DressFirst has some of the best looking wedding gowns that I have ever seen.  They have such a huge selection, 1544 as of this posting in fact, and you can narrow down your search so it isn’t overwhelming.  You can even choose the color of the dress once you have picked a style.  They show images from many angles so you know exactly what you are getting.  They look like a million bucks, but all at very reasonable prices.

A-Line/Princess Scoop Neck Knee-Length Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress Don’t worry brides maids, they have you covered too with 845 results.  You have plenty of styles to choose from and they don’t look embarrassing at all.  In fact, I bet you will be able to wear them to any event after the wedding, even if you are just going to dinner.  They even have little black dresses, evening dresses and cocktail dresses.

They have wedding party dresses for the flower girl, mother of the bride, bridesmaid, junior bridesmaid and even maternity bridesmaids.  They also have dresses for your wedding guests, so you can refer your guests to this website as well.  They have something for almost everyone.  I say almost everyone because I didn’t see anything for the men.

Personalized Love Design Crystal Items Cake TopperDressFirst has many other products from shoes to cake toppers to party supplies.  They have you covered for everything you are shopping for.  They may not have everything, yeah I looked for the gay and lesbian cake toppers, they didn’t have them, but they did have other things like hearts and personalized crystal cake toppers.  You can use your imagination.

So if you are getting married soon, be sure to check out DressFirst.

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BREAKING: Whitman confirms she’ll defend Prop. 8 in Court

I just got an email from EQCA saying this:

Dear Michel,

Yes on 8 supporter Meg Whitman has stepped up her anti-marriage equality campaign.

Late yesterday, she joined Attorney General Candidate Steve Cooley by saying that, if elected, she will use the state’s vast resources to defend Prop. 8 in court.

Make sure Whitman and Cooley are not given the opportunity to reverse California’s position in the federal Prop. 8 case.

Whitman says she will cut the budget due to lack of resources, slashing services for those most in need. Yet, she has no problem using the state’s limited resources—your and my tax dollars—to advocate for discrimination against two people simply because they are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender and in love. Shame on her.

Meg Whitman was quoted in the Sacramento Bee, saying:

“And I think the governor, the attorney general today has to defend the constitution and has to enable the judicial process to go along and has to enable an appeal to go through. So if I was governor, I would give that ruling standing to be able to appeal to the circuit court.”

We need to defeat every candidate who believes that discrimination belongs in the constitution. It’s wrong. It’s un-American.

Let’s keep California on the right side of history, and equality.

Urgently,

Geoff Kors
Executive Director
Equality California PAC

I find this disturbing because California is already broke and she’s going to drain what is left to stop gay people from being happy? How ruthless, how hateful, how f’d up is that? Is she that anti-gay that she’s going to bleed this state dry to show how much she hates gay people? Same goes for Steve Cooley. I think they need to get their priorities in order, seriously.

I literally want to vomit, that’s how sick these anti-gay people make me. To think, I might have voted for her based on being CEO of eBay.