Nick Lachey and fiancée Vanessa Minnillo had their wedding shower on Sunday night. They had a great time among friends … and maybe too good for Nick who, the day after, during the afternoon, tweeted: My liver is furious with me. And here we thought there can never be too much champagne.
When life is pink, there is nothing that can bother you, not even the economic crisis. So you can throw wedding showers and organize luxurious weddings and probably exotic honeymoons, all in the name of sweet, sweet love. It is the case of the two lovebirds, Nick Lachey, 37, and Vanessa Minnillo, 30, who after four years of dating and measuring their chances of “happily ever after” prospect, have finally decided to join hands in front of the altar. Nick proposed to her longtime sweetheart in November 2010 and he wanted us to know that it was his “greatest romantic effort ever” (ouch! What does Jessica has to say about this? Probably not much, considering that she faces the other way, to her own lovebird, former NFL player, Eric Johnson, who made the “greatest romantic effort ever” for her).
The party was held at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, according to a source that was cited by US Weekly. And it was probably the same source that gave details about the atmosphere at the party: “Their party took in the private rooftop garden surrounded by tall hedges and several security guards. The area was closed to the public and roped off.” The overall look was that of a lounge, with white sofas, chairs and ottomans that were set up on the lawn. A DJ played lounge music and the martini glasses were always full. The couple started receiving the guests at 7 p.m. and they were described as always holding hands and never leaving each other’s side.
The next day, Nick and Vanessa left their own opinions and impressions about how their party went. He tweeted: “Great time last night at our wedding shower” and thanked everyone who had been there. She tweeted: “At home relaxing with my man. A beautiful end to a beautiful weekend. Life is good!”
Like we said, there is nothing that can stay in the way of love, not even the drinks, the liver pain, the crisis or the ex wives.