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The sound of wedding bells is ringing even louder now at Totally Kids fun furniture & toys. If you are hoping for a wedding in your future; working at Totally Kids may improve your chances.

It was just a few months ago that Amber, our astute customer care manager, was a beautiful summer bride. Above her desk now hangs a wedding picture of a radiant bride. This may have started something I dare say.

Yesterday, Holly, one of our talented interior designers, announced that she is getting married in the fall.

Michelle, our creative marketing coordinator, has been wearing her gorgeous engagement ring only a couple of weeks.

The love bug also bit our brilliant office manager, Shauna. We were all so happy for her when she surprised us with a sparkly diamond engagement ring on her finger, and not too long after Amber’s wedding.

“Best wishes” to all of our brides to be!

A group wedding shower is in order “I do, I do” say.

You can have your wedding cake and (pretend) eat it too!

Here Comes the Bride Sale!

Help us wish Amber a happy wedding day! Stop by Totally Kids or give her a call. If for some reason, wink wink,  Amber happens to be out of the office we will pass on your good wishes when she returns from her honeymoon.

Good wishes = 15% OFF anything & everything online or in the showroom, now though her big wedding day Saturday, July 28th.

You can have your own wedding cake and pretend eat it too!

Offer not valid on prior purchases, with gift cards or other offers.

Can you really have your Royal Wedding Cake and eat it too?

Did you know? At 29, Kate Middleton will be the oldest royal bride in history. That is to say, the oldest royal bride who wasn’t a divorcee. Eleanor of Aquitaine was believed to be 30 when she divorced King of the Franks Louis VII and married future king Henry II in 1152 (her exact birth date is a matter of some mystery), and the Duchess of Cornwall (Camilla) was 57 when he became the Prince of Wales’ (Prince Charles)second wife in 2005. But typically, first-time royal brides tended to be in their teens except for Princess Diana, who was  20 when she married Prince Charles.   Who was the youngest bride? Errr… was Isabella of Valois, who was just six when she married the widowed Richard II in 1396.

If you are lucky enough to ever be an American invited to a royal wedding you would not be required to bow to the Queen, since you are not royal subject. (remember your late 18th century history). However, nodding slightly at the neck (for men) and bending slightly at the knees (the curtsey, for women) is considered a “gracious” thing to do.


After all is said and done,  you can just go live in your own castle or at least pretend play live in it.