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    Allure Bridal 2320

    Will include shipping on this dress. Need to get rid of it as I am trying to make room in my closet. thank you!!!
  2. check out this website. hope this helps http://www.justartifacts.net/candlelanterns.html
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    Allure Bridal 2320

  4. This dress original retail $538. New with tags. Its a size twelve, but fits like a 10- Has not been altered in the bodice at all, the only alteration made to it was that it was hemmed to accomadate a 5'5" tall bride with 2 inch heels. I bought it and then decided on another dress after it was too late to return. Its absolutely gorgeous. Cups to fit a b-c have been added to be worn braless(easily removed). *Shipping not included*
  5. love your planning thread, love the rum idea. would you mind sharing your contact for the rum?
  6. Yay!! These came out real nice!! I love it! Blank Boarding Pass.ppt Blank Boarding Pass.ppt
  7. Thanks JennyBenz. I'm not using the vase the I have on this picture. I was thinking of more something like this. (source) This vase is from blumebox. I'm still undecided whether to use pomanders as my centerpieces; If I decided to use them, I was thinking of making them on 5" and 4" styrofoam balls.
  8. Deciding on a pomander rather than flower basket was out of sheer convenience. I know I wanted to do my own bouquet and centerpieces so i figured why not get the easy stuff out of the way. This DIY was the easiest and it only took me 30 mins to make two pomanders. My inspiration.... (source) First of you'll need your supplies: Styrofoam balls (I used 4" balls), flowers of choice, peal headed pins (my choice) or you can hot glue gun as well and ribbon. Instructions (Easy Peasy) I started by poking a hole all the way through the ball for the ribbon. I just used the stem tip for this part. I couldn't find our long screw driver so i just improvised Feed your ribbon through the hole and tie off a knot at the end to secure it. Now the easy part, if you are not using the pins; Clip off the flower stems (leave about 1-2 inches of stem) and start poking them into the ball. I used the pearl headed pins to secure my flowers. Voila,... here's the final product. so now i'm thinking, maybe i can use these as my centerpieces as well. Any ideas ladies? Instead of the clear vase, i can use blumebox (http://www.blumebox.com/)
  9. Hi Ladies, if any of you are interested ideeli is having a gown sale here's the link ideeli.com Happy Shopping!
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    non-floral centerpieces

    Hi TauruSmith, check out this site, they have some ideas on non-floral centerpieces. I for one still cant decide on my centerpieces. Flowers in Jamaica are so expensive, I just can't see myself spending too much $$ on something that we're only going to use for a couple of hours. http://www.weddingbee.com/2008/07/22/non-floral-centerpieces/
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    Puerto Rico Brides stand up!!!

    Congratulations. We were in last April 21st for a friends' wedding. It's beautiful out there.
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    November 2012 Brides?

    Hi MMB1117 - w/c resort in negril? I'm also getting married in Negril 11/9/12... i'm freaking out!! i still don't have a dress yet Quote: Originally Posted by mmb1117 November 17th in Negril! I can't wait, but I am so not on top of all the planning as Allie! haha Dress shopping this weekend and tote bags from dollar tree. We did just get in our invites which is exciting. I have never been happier to have a wedding package with everything included after seeing all those lists! I wish I was that organized. You girls are my heroes
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