Disney wedding couples seem to not like the newer set very much. I like the bride one but the groom one is kind of cheesy. The tiny top hat and the mock tux? Weird. Either set provides the annoying combination of squished hair and no shade for the eyes. You can still generally find the older style bridal ears around but the top hat is nearly impossible to find, unless you want to spend $100, which is insane. So I had a new set (that my wonderful sister gave me) and the old bride ears that I got on ebay. Still, we wanted a better option.
She literally wrote the book on Disney Weddings. She was married in Epcot in February of 2008. When I was looking at pictures of weddings, hers were among the first I saw and were certainly among the most memorable. If you're a total Disney nut, like us, you'd love her trip reports on her blog. Anyways, Carrie's husband, Patrick, got all crafty with his bad self and revamped the standard mouse ears by removing the ears and attaching them to Bride and Groom baseball caps.
While I was at David's with the munchkin, I grabbed a set of baseball caps with the intent of following Patrick's lead from Carrie's blog. Yesterday, I made my hat.
Had I thought about it before I went down to my cave of craftiness I might have brushed my hair or powdered my face down a little, but I didn't, so it's bad photo.