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  1. Welcome! This site is really amazing. There are so many ideas and suggestions that keep you getting excited for the wedding!
  2. Hi everyone. I have done a ton of searching on this site and the internet and can't seem to find out what it costs to get the legal documents, judge, lab tests, translator for the ceremony, document filing, and all of that for a civil ceremony in Cabo. We don't want to get legally married in the US first (even though it would be easier). Does anyone know how much all of these things cost if you don't use a local wedding planner to help you? Thanks for your help!
  3. Look and see if Oriental Trading Company has any. Good luck!
  4. Thanks for the info, Jen. I appreciate it!
  5. Love is the eternal force of life. Love is the force that allows us to face fear and uncertainty with courage. But although you will be sharing one life, never forget you are two separate people. Cherish and affirm your differences. Love each other. Keep your commitment primary. Together you will laugh and cry, be sick and well, be happy and angry, share and grow. Grow sometimes together, sometimes separately. To symbolize the importance of the individuals within the marriage and the joining of two lives into one entity, 3 colors of sand will now be layered into a base.(Trista is handed a clear jar of Pink Sand, Ryan is handed a clear jar of Blue Sand. The minister has one small clear jar filled with a Neutral color sand and a large empty jar). The Minister speaks again: We begin with a layer of Neutral Sand which symbolizes that the marriage is grounded. (The Minister pours a little of the Neutral Sand into the large jar) Then we layer the individual colors. This symbolizes that the marriage is based on the strength of the individuals. (Ryan poured a little of the Blue Sand in first, followed by a little more of the Neutral Sand from the minister. Trista then added a little of the Pink Sand, followed by some additional Neutral Sand from the minister). And now we combine the color, which symbolizes two lives joined as one together forever. (Ryan and Trista simultaneously pour their remaining sand into the large jar until their jars are empty. The minister caps off the sand with the last of the Neutral Sand. The minister then holds the large jar up as if presenting to the wedding audience and places the jar to the side).
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  7. Save-on-crafts.com may have them. Someone recently told me that Costco had some too.
  8. Hello. Does anyone know anything about the Playa Mazatlan hotel? We are not sure about what part of Mexico we want to get married in and came across this hotel while doing research. It looks pretty and has a good room rate for guests. They seem to have numerous places on the hotel grounds for weddings too. Anything near the hotel---restaurants, shopping, etc? Thanks for any info.
  9. Maybe check out Coronado. Hotel del Coronado would be a gorgeous place to have your honeymoon. Good luck!
  10. RubyRed

    Open to ideas

    Welcome! Have you thought about California? It wouldn't be a bad flight for guests. Maybe on a beautiful beach in Southern California or in the wine country in the Napa area of Northern California. Best of luck to you!
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