When the creators of Dream Day Wedding asked us if they could use our names and elements of our wedding in their new wedding simulator (hahah, I'm sure I remember that phone call last year), we had to say yes! Wedding computer games are really fun and funny - I am sure a few of you have used one, maybe when you were little children!
"The fifth hidden object game in the Dream Day franchise, and the third to focus on weddings, Dream Day Wedding: Viva Las Vegas puts you in charge of planning a lavish Las Vegas wedding for Kelsey and her fiancé David. While some sequels can start to lose their lustre, Viva Las Vegas seems as fresh as ever thanks to some clever new twists and a romantic, "feel good" story.
The gameplay - which involves searching cluttered scenes for a list of objects and clicking on them - will be familiar to hidden object game veterans, but it's the extra touches and attention to detail that make Viva Las Vegas stand out as a cut above.
For one thing, everything you're doing ties in with the story and the build-up to Kelsey and David's "big day," whether it's finding missing luggage tags so the couple can check into their hotel, picking flowers for the bouquets, choosing jewellery for the wedding party to wear, shopping for wedding favors, or even scooping gelato to ease frazzled pre-wedding nerves."
I wanted to tell everyone about a long time friend of ours, Mark Leeds. He is an artist in Orange County who has been working for years creating very unique graphic art. He uses strong shapes and colors to bring emotion to the viewer. He does a lot of business in greeting cards and custom prints, so if you are looking for a different look, he might be it!