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Photo: Baby Bromance
It’s a baby bromance!
Jessica Simpson’s son Ace Knute is just 13 months old, and he’s already found his celeb BFF: CaCee Cobb and Donald Faison’s little boy, Rocco.
Simpson, 34, posted photographic evidence of the toddler’s friendship on on Sunday, showing Ace and “Roc,” 11 months, playing with an ottoman.
Cobb, 36, has been best friends with the newlywed for years, walking down the aisle as a bridesmaid at her July 5 wedding to longtime love Eric Johnson.
This isn’t the first time Ace and Rocco have buddied up — the babies bathed togetherin April, another sweet moment Simpson captured on Instagram.
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The Reivention of Jessica Simpson
Remember when everyone was laughing at Jessica Simpson for her “chicken of the sea” comment and other similar brain farts back in The Newlyweds days? Well, a whole lot has changed since then, and Jessica is definitely the one laughing now. The singer turned reality star turned fashion mogul has slowly been taking over the world without most of us even noticing. Tell us in the comments what you think of the star’s reinvention.
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Two Local Companies Played Role In Jessica Simpson’s Wedding
Northeastern Pennsylvania pride and work ethic received notice on the other side of the country as two area companies worked in tandem to produce wedding invitations for Jessica Simpson’s big day earlier this month.
On July 5, Jessica Simpson wed Eric Johnson, former tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, at San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California. The pre-wedding preparations for the recording artist, actress, television personality and fashion designer involved both Momental Designs of Wyoming and Corcoran Printing of Wilkes-Barre.
The artistic design of the invitation package was handled by Kristy Rice’s team at Momental Designs. The hand-painted stationery with watercolor washes made each of the 175 invitation suites, 40 rehearsal invitation suites, 175 seating cards, 75 place cards, 185 dinner menus, 70 rehearsal dinner menus and place cards, and 25 table numbers, unique and different.
The invitations featured gold foil printing with custom calligraphy. The edges were torn to resemble the famous wall paper scene in the modern adaptation of Great Expectations, starring Ethan Hawke and Gwyneth Paltrow.
“Presented in a floral pattern, hand-painted box, each invite features a pocket holding a lace upholstered events booklet,” Rice said. “The invite was a visual expression of various textures, soft colors and shimmery painted brushstrokes. Truly each was a unique work of art.”
The invitations recently were shown in People Magazine’s July edition.
Corcoran Printing received the order to produce the gold stamping component for wedding invitations and response cards, and silver stamping for rehearsal dinner invitations.
When the high end, rush order came through in late May, Carrie Philbin, inside sales representative for Corcoran Printing, was the first to see it.
“We knew it was for a celebrity but not who,” Philbin said.
Before the identity of the customer was revealed, both companies and their employees had to sign a confidential disclosure, keeping the project a secret, said Bill Corcoran, owner of Corcoran Printing.
The disclosure prohibited all those working on the project from discussing it or revealing any details about it until the news was officially released to a national publication. People Magazine’s recent edition popped the champagne cork and released the details of Simpson’s wedding.
“It is the first job for a celebrity we ever handled,” Philbin said. “I was definitely shocked to see who it was for.”
Rice said her team guessed for weeks on who the new mystery client might be.
“Finding out we were working with Jessica Simpson was quite the moment,” Rice said. “All at once the team was full of excitement but also immediately overcome with a bit of nervous energy.”
Once the celebrity’s identity became known, a buzz went through Corcoran Printing.
“It was exciting,” Corcoran said. “We have done work for national companies but never a celebrity.”
With the skills and equipment necessary to make the specialized stamping, Corcoran said his company, “is one of the few company’s that can do this” type of work.
When Rice was researching a company to do the foil stamping for the invitations, Corcoran Printing came up in her Google search, Philbin said.
“She was surprised to find a local company that could do the work,” Corcoran said.
Philbin said Momental Designs was contacted by Simpson’s wedding planner Mindy Weiss in October. Corcoran Printing received the order for the foil stamping close to Memorial Day weekend.
“I was surprised it was so close to the wedding date,” Corcoran said.
Rolling up their sleeves and getting down to business, Corcoran said his staff completed the order within four days.
“It was an honor to work with her (Rice),” Corcoran said. “It was a very satisfying experience.”
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Get The Jessica Simpson’s Wedding Dress Look
More photos of Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson‘s July 5 wedding have been released, including her sparkly champagne and gold strapless Carolina Herrera ball gown!
We’re obsessed with Jessica’s regal and romantic bridal look, complete with a cathedral-length veil and a bouquet of multicolored roses. Even though Jessica had 12 (yes, 12) bridesmaids and two maids of honor (mom Tina and sister Ashlee!), all eyes had to have been on Jessica’s wedding dress.
Keep scrolling for pictures of her wedding dress and 10 gorgeous look-alikes:
Lovely Tattoo Lace by Amsale
Gorgeous Glam by Anne Barge
Ethereal Embellishments by Carolina Herrera
Feminine Floral by Isabelle Armstrong
Delicate Details by Jean Ralph Thurin
Glitzy Gold by Maggie Sottero
Sexy Sparkle by Peter Langner
Sophisticated Elegance by Reem Acra
Beautiful Ball Gown by Oleg Cassini for David’s Bridal
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Jessica and Eric wedding: NEW magazine covers
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Ace Pays Homage To Jim Carey
At just over a year old, Jessica Simpson’s son Ace is already a star in the making.
The newlywed posted a couple of Instagram shots of daughter Maxwell Drew, AGED two, and Ace in adorable poses on Sunday.
One photo shows Ace with his blonde locks spiked high, reminiscent of Jim Carrey’s character on Ace Ventura, Pet Detective and Jessica took the opportunity to have some fun posting, ‘Alrighty Then Ace.’
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The Making Of The Johnson’s Wedding Invitations
Celebrity singer and actress Jessica Simpson has two companies to thank for her wedding invitations — and they’re both from Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Simpson’s marriage to her husband Eric Johnson, former tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, took place on July 5 in Santa Barbara, California, but the local design and printing companies — Momental Designs, of Wyoming, and Corcoran Printing, of Wilkes-Barre — broke their silence on Monday about their role in the creation of Simpson’s wedding invitations.
Bill Corcoran, owner of Corcoran Printing, explained that he had to sign a nondisclosure agreement after being selected for the project.
“We were pretty excited about it,” Corcoran said. “At the same time, we couldn’t talk about it.”
At long last, Corcoran said he’s able to take credit for his role in printing 150 invitations and reply cards for the Simpson-Johnson wedding.
He explained that Simpson selected his company based on his expertise with foil stamping, a process in which metallic foil, usually gold or silver, is embossed onto the stationery.
“Very few printers have the ability and the skill to produce high-quality foil stamping,” Corcoran said.
Kristy Rice, owner of Momental Designs, said she got the call for this project in October.
She said her friend Mindy Weiss, a professional wedding and event planner, was tasked with finding an invitation designer for the wedding, and immediately thought of her.
“She just called me directly and said ‘I want you to do it,’” Rice said.
Rice said the project came with a small caveat: She didn’t know who the clients were until she was months into the design. Until December, all she knew was that the clients were celebrities.
As they were working on the under-wraps design, Rice’s 10-person design team would make predictions about who their celebrity clients were. As it turned out, some of them had guessed correctly that they were working on the design for the Simpson-Johnson wedding.
Rice said they quickly learned that Simpson had a very particular vision for her invitations. Over the course of the project, Rice said her company went through 12 to 15 fully completed mock-up designs before both parties could agree on a finalized version. A typical wedding invitation project, she said, goes through two or three mock-ups.
“Jessica was pretty detailed,” Rice said. “She knew what she wanted.”
Now that the wedding has passed, Corcoran said he plans to continue to work with Momental Designs for upcoming jobs.
“We’ve formed a nice alliance,” he said, adding that Rice has given his company more business after working on the Simpson wedding invites together.
Rice said she knew about Corcoran Printing before working on these invitations, but after their collaboration, she said she’s impressed by the quality of their foil stamping.
“Corcoran was just amazing, they got right back to us,” Rice said. “We’re referring a ton of business to them now.”
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