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  1. Your invites looks awesome! Just a heads up..your home address is showing on the picture you posted.
  2. Just to prove how not crafty I am...I tried to glue and wrap the ribbon around the raffia fan handle and it turned out to be such a mess. What did anyone who has done this use to keep the ribbon in place ( hot glue gun or crazy glue)? Where did you start the wrapping(around the top of the handle or the handle itself)? And also how did you get a bow on the top of it if there was only one loose end when you were done wrapping? I'm such a spaz!!
  3. Your thread is awesome. Such good ideas. You look beautiful! Quick question about the fans..What did you use to wrap to ribbon on the handle? Did you hot glue it on or tie them on?
  4. Thank you so much to everyone that posted their scripts. I think I used a bit from everyone's. Opening: On behalf of Groom and Bride, I welcome you and thank you all for gathering here on this beautiful day to witness their marriage ceremony. The fact that you all have travelled such a great distance to be here today is a testament to the amazing amount of love and support they have. You have given them much happiness, warmth, and guidance through the various stages of their lives. They would like to sincerely thank you all for being here to celebrate their big day. I have also been asked by Groom and Bride to thank their parents for the wonderful lives they have given them, for the hard work and guidance they have provided, for their everlasting love, support, and encouragement. It is from them that they have learned the true meaning of love, friendship and family. Today Groom and Bride, you are choosing to walk through life together hand in hand in marriage. The choice was not made by any one moment in time, but by being together over the years you grew to realize that you belong together and you thrive upon each other’s presence, loyalty, wisdom, friendship, and love. Marriage has been described as living in love with your best friend; an adventure in the most intimate of human relationships. It is the mutual commitment of two people sincerely in love who share the same dreams about life, their futures, and their desire of family. The vow of marriage is a pledge of their everlasting love, uniting them in holy matrimony, whereby, they commit to share all life has to offer. Officiate asks Aunt to come do Reading As God guides Groom and Bride journey toward marriage and we witness it, let us wish their relationship will exhibit the same qualities. Please join me in a responsive reading of I Corinthians chapter 13 verse 4 - 8 found in your program on page 2. Love is patient, love is kind It does not envy, it does not boast it is not proud, it is not rude it is not self-seeking it is not easily angered it keeps no record of wrongs Love does not delight in evil but rejoices in the truth it always protects, always trusts always hopes, always perseveres Love never fails Love, Joy, Understanding, Friendship, Courage... In joining your lives may God grant you both... Love... to afford each other a special quality of time together. Joy...in the accomplishments of one another. Understanding...that your interests and desires will not always be the same. Friendship...based on mutual trust. Courage...to speak of a misunderstanding and to work on a solution before the setting of the sun. Compassion...to comfort each other in pain and sorrow. Foresight...to realize rainbows follow rainy days. Imagination...to keep with you part of the child you used to be. Mirth...from your sense of humor. Awareness...to live each day with the knowledge that there is no promise of tomorrow. May God bless you and keep you in the Palm of His hand. For Groom and Bride, this day does not mark the beginning of a new relationship; rather, it is an acknowledgement and celebration, of a relationship that has been flourishing since the moment they met. Love is one of the few constants in the universe. It is reality, affinity, and communication. Only love is capable of joining living beings by their deepest essence. It makes burdens lighter because you divide them. It makes joys more intense because you share them. Love makes you stronger so you can reach out and become involved with life in ways you dared not risk alone. Officiate asks Sister to come do Reading Below Reading#2 Love by Roy Croft I love you, Not only for what you are, But for what I am When I am with you. I love you, Not only for what You have made of yourself, But for what You are making of me. I love you For the part of me That you bring out; I love you For putting your hand Into my heaped-up heart And passing over All the foolish, weak things That you can't help Dimly seeing there, And for drawing out Into the light All the beautiful belongings That no one else had looked Quite far enough to find. I love you because you Are helping me to make Of the lumber of my life Not a tavern But a temple; Out of the works Of my every day Not a reproach But a song. I love you Because you have done More than any creed Could have done To make me good, And more than any fate To make me happy. You have done it Without a touch, Without a word, Without a sign. You have done it By being yourself. You have chosen to walk through life together. There is no truer statement of love. Before this moment you have been many things to one another- best friend, companion, lover, partner, and even teacher, for you have learned much from one another in these last few years. Soon you shall say a few words that take you across a threshold of life, and things will never quite be the same between you. For after these vows, you shall say to the world, this- is my husband, this- is my wife. Groom, do you come here freely to take Bride as your wife? Please repeat after me: Bride, I love you. You are my best friend. Today I give myself to you in marriage. I promise to encourage and inspire you, to laugh with you and to comfort you in times of sorrow and struggle. I promise to love you in good times and in bad, when life seems easy and when it is difficult. I promise to cherish you and to always hold you in high regard. I promise to support you and to be there for you no matter what. These things I give to you today, and for all the days of my life. Bride, do you come here freely to take Groom as your husband? Please repeat after me: Groom, I love you. You are my best friend. Today I give myself to you in marriage. I promise to encourage and inspire you, to laugh with you and to comfort you in times of sorrow and struggle. I promise to love you in good times and in bad, when life seems easy and when it is difficult. I promise to cherish you and to always hold you in high regard. I promise to support you and to be there for you no matter what. These things I give to you today, and for all the days of my life. As an expression that you are joined together in love, will you please hold each others’ hands in your own, so you may feel the gift that you are about to receive on this day. These are the hands of your best friend, young and strong and vibrant with love. These are the hands that will work alongside yours as together you build your future. These are the hands that will passionately love you and cherish you through the years, and with the slightest touch, will comfort you like no other. These are the hands that will countless times wipe the tears from your eyes; tears of sorrow and tears of joy These are the hands that will comfort you in illness, and hold you when fear or grief engulfs your heart and give you strength when you need it. These are the hands that will help you to hold your family as one. And lastly, these are the hands that even when wrinkled and aged will still be reaching for yours, giving you the same unspoken tenderness with just a touch. Our wish for you today is that both of you will use these hands to build a marriage where all your dreams come true. May I have the rings? Notice that these rings are a perfect circle, with no beginning and no end. They represent the unconditional love that you have for one another. Let these rings serve as a bond between you and wear them with honor and pride, as they are a visible reminder of the vows and promises that you will make here today. Groom, take this ring, and as you place it on bride finger, repeat after me: I, Groom, take you Bride, to be my wife, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to honor as long as we both shall live. Bride, take this ring, and as you place it on Grooms finger, repeat after me: I, Bride, take you groom, to be my husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to honor as long as we both shall live. The engagement ring is a symbol of promise and intention. Now the intention is realized and the promise fulfilled. Groom, place the engagement ring on Brides finger over her wedding band to symbolize that the love that brought you together will always protect and sustain your marriage. SAND CEREMONY You have just sealed your relationship by giving and receiving of rings. But although you will be sharing one life, never forget that 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 this union and the importance of the individuals within the marriage, two separate colors of sand will be combined. Each one holds its own unique beauty, strength, and character. They can stand on their own and be whole, without need of anything else. However when these two are blended together, they create and entirely new and extraordinarily more intricate entity. Each grain of sand brings to the mixture a lasting beauty that forever enriches the combination. Please pour the sand into this common container to symbolize the union of your two lives. (Begin pouring sand) Bride and Groom, just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into the individual container, so will your marriage be a molding of two individual personalities, bonded together forming one heart, one life, and one family. May you remain as inseparable as these grains of sand all the days of your life. CLOSING Groom and Bride, now you will feel no rain, for each of you will be shelter for the other. Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will be warmth to the other. Now there will be no loneliness, for each of you will be companion to the other. Now you are two persons, but there is only one life before you. May beauty surround you both in the journey ahead and through all your years. Give to one another new experiences of joy. Challenge one another so that you may grow. May the love you hold for each other, now sealed in marriage, continue to mature with the passing years. May you never take each other for granted, but always experience the wonder of your union. May the people you touch in your lifetime know how much you love and care for one another and may you love one another forever. With friends and family, along with the sun, the sand, and the sea, it gives me great pleasure to present to you for the very first time as husband and wife Mr. and Mrs… You may kiss your bride!
  5. theend903

    Majestic Colonial Info

    I was bumped off too! I'm the only September Bride?? JULY 2010 Jenny K-W (Jenn and Dave) July 20, 2010 Jefiner - Majestic Colonial, July 21, 2010 Maigan & Brad - Majestic Elegance, July 26, 2010 Mel4983 - Majestic Colonial, July 27, 2010 SEPTEMBER 2010 TheEND903- Majestic Colonial, Sept 3, 2010 OCTOBER 2010 Regine - Majestic Elegance, Oct 9th, 2010 Michele L - Majestic Colonial, Oct 19th, 2010 NOVEMBER 2010 Rhiannonbs - Majestic elegance, November 27th, 2010 JANUARY 2011 pamphilia - Majestic Colonial - January 27th, 2011 FEBRUARY 2011 YIWeddings-Majestic Colonial February 1, 2011 Oryx -- Majestic Colonial -- February 3, 2011 VBVB- Majestic Colonial, February 25, 2011 APRIL 2011 JellisRN-Majestic Elegance April 3, 2011 Jade1977-Majestic Colonial April 21, 2011
  6. When I tried to open the file, it's saying that a file doesn't exist. Is anyone else having this issue?
  7. Congrats P&B. It sound like you had a really great time for your wedding. I can't wait to hear a review of your wedding there. I'm getting married there in September.
  8. Your pictures look beautiful! The cake is really creative.
  9. I ordered my invitations from Zazzle.com. I sent them out a couple of weeks ago and everyone loved them. They were reasonably priced also.
  10. Did you use your real dress for the TTD photos, or did you bring another dress for those photos
  11. theend903

    New & Married

    Hi Amy. Welcome to the forum. I would love to hear a review on how your wedding went. I'm getting married there in September 2010. Who was your wedding coordinator and how was your experience?
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