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"I always say, keep a diary and someday it'll keep you" - Mae West

 

A monthly journal of love, marriage, and events galore

“And now we welcome the New Year. Full of things that have never been” – Rainer Maria Rilke

The story has it that, as the current year is nearing the end, we say goodbye to Father Time as he hands the upcoming year off to the Baby New Year. While none of the Dreams on a Dime team has been a baby for quite some time, we will try to approach 2024 as…
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Ten down, yeehaw!

Over the 10 years we’ve been working with Truebeck Construction on their annual holiday gathering, party goers have been asking to do a Western theme; 2023 seemed as good as time as any to give them what they asked for. When guests entered the Truebeck rodeo corral, they were treated to country music, animals, trick…
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160 cups of boba, 100 bottles of zbiotics, 110 bottles of soju, 15 pints of ice cream, countless plates of dim sum, braised beef, lasagna, tacos…

If you want to ensure that your party is going to be fun, you need to do little more than invite Jess and Ed to your event. Since this wedding was the couple’s own event, you were pretty much guaranteed it was going to be a blast. Both Jess and Ed are super foodies, so…
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Life-changing moments

“Explore your world from the heart of Golden Gate Park.” As the majority of Sabrina and Austin’s guests were from out-of-town, the couple wanted to treat them to something truly unique and very San Francisco, so they hosted their celebration at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. The ceremony backdrop was an…
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Fulfillment of a Vow Vowed

Sara and Adrian’s story began in October 2016 and, even though they met on a dating app, Sara wasn’t on the app looking for Adrian. Recently graduated from Berkeley and anxious about the job hunt, Sara signed up for OK Cupid not to find love, but to practice her elevator speech on unsuspecting dates. Adrian…
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Hope, Good Luck, and Prosperity 

Monica & Ryen met online during COVID. Starting a relationship during a pandemic was difficult but made their relationship stronger. The couple planned a transatlantic Hindu wedding from their home in England, which included a baraat, the groom’s procession on a white horse, with family and friends surrounding him as he made his way to…
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