Many little girls dream of a fairy tale wedding and of the day they can be a princess. I have to admit that I have never been one of them: when I was a little child I preferred remote-controlled cars over Barbie dolls, played soccer and powder puff and wanted to be a cool skater girl. I remember one Christmas Eve where I was so excited ’cause I was hoping to get THE coolest remote-controlled car back then: K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider.
My parents handed me over this huge package and I could hear my heart beating through the chest – I thought, this is it, K.I.T.T.!!! Well, after unwrapping the box, I made the most disappointing face ever – it was a beauty make up kit for girls. “I don’t wanna play princess – I want to play Knight Rider!” I was so sad that I wanted to go back into my room and never celebrate Christmas again. My parents were laughing so hard, which made me even more sad. – They were playing a trick on me ’cause a few minutes later I was holding K.I.T.T. in my arms. Darn this was definitely one of the most emotional Christmas Eves when I was a child.
Even during my teenage and college years I still wasn’t into this dream wedding thing, all girly stuff, happy family mood – I was way too adventurous and could not imagine to settle down or anything like that.
And now, being in my thirties, I somehow rediscovered my little, inner child that missed out on some of these typical little girl dreams: I LOVE Walt Disney more than ever – if I continue collecting Disney movies and toys, I’d probably need a separate room for all of it soon – and I am so into the Disney Princess and fairy spirit. I think my inner child would be a combination of Cinderella, Pocahontas and Tinkerbell: sometimes I am hopelessly romantic and indulge myself in luxury, sometimes I love adventures, spending time outdoors, enjoying nature, I also definitely need my soccer moments and during my creative moments I totally escape into my own personal dream world.
Thus, if I ever get married, I still could not decide on the setting: it would either be somewhere outdoors or directly on the beach, or at a magical castle somewhere in Scotland or Ireland, or very fashionable at the New York Public Library, or near a vulcano in Hawaii. HOWEVER, if I was getting married in a castle or at the New York Public Library, I definitely know which dress I would go for: Daring Dianna by Ersa atelier – one of the highlights from the current bridal collection.
Even the desciption would match my ideas perfectly: “She lives in a castle, guarded by a mighty dragon, but she is not waiting for prince charming. The word is that she only likes the dragon. The corset lace is covering the throne and all who will try to take her hand will fail cause she only likes dragons dressed in human scale.” Yes, that would definitely sum up one of my ideas ;-)
Alright, luckily I don’t have to worry about these kind of things anytime soon, but still – sometimes it’s definitely worth dreaming about :-)
photo credentials: Ersa atelier