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farlem311

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  1. I did not read the reviews but my wedding was in June 4th and we had about 35 guests. They had a GREAT time. The only problem was the mosquito bites, they were ruthless. We gave our guests a gift bag which included anti-diarrhea pills. I don't think anyone used them, but my husband during the honeymoon. My husband's grandmother did get a bit sick, but only because everyone including her was eating so much which is different from when ppl are home. About the reception, yes it is totally possible to have it at the disco tech. We had a reception with 2 hours of dancing. We told everyone
  2. Thanks Sharon99!! I got the bags from qualitylogoproducts.com, they do all types of personalization on so many products. They practically have everything there, but the only down fall is that they have limit quantity products. Hope this helps.
  3. So just came back for my wedding. Had my BM in the convertible dress by Henkaa. My mom was kind enough to purchase the dresses for the girls. It was $100 at the time (the have since increased their prices). I also purchased broaches from fabulousbroach.com (the flowers are covering them in the pics). My girls loved the idea especially since it was 80 degrees.
  4. I just came back from my wedding and used the activity books to place in our gift bags. My guests LOVED them. It was great because they had something to work on while laying on the beach. Thanks for posting!!!
  5. First of all I wanted to thank all of the ladies for all of the tips, advice, and inspirational posts. I am so happy that I found this site as it helped me save so much money on my best destination wedding. So here is my wedding journal. Time to pass it forward..... 3 years ago I had a summer of weddings to attend and being a single woman I panicked so I joined a dating website. I was unsuccessful with some of the guys I met until I met my husband. I thought he was a "player" because he had on sun glasses indoors (I know pretty judgmental) but he was cute and I sent him a wink and w
  6. Amber Another option can be to have a legal cerimony on November 10th 2011. That way you still have your date and have your real wedding the following year. I wish I did that so that I could have my date for my legal day be the same as my wedding day. We did the civil ceremony here. We did not exchange rings and tried to make it as informal as possible so that we would not take away from the actual wedding at DPC. We did our legal ceremony a week before the wedding. Once at DPC we had Pastor Rick to do our ceremony. It was $300US, but worth it. He really made the ceremony feel like
  7. Jenn, Did you have fabric draped on the pillars? It looks like it. Did you have to pay extra and if so how much?
  8. You can go on the DPC facebook page and see a video of them playing. One person had a guitar and I forgot what the other two used. Sound....well it sounds OK. Not too impressed but my family would love it. It is better than having nothing.
  9. I am getting ready to leave for DPC for my wedding in June 4th. So excited and overwhelmed. Hope the weather cooperates with us. We are getting married at the Gazebo. I still don't have centerpieces yet, but everything else is pretty much taken care of. Will post pics soon.
  10. So after months of working out, I finally had the opportunity to do a BD session. My friend took the pictures, which were done in her apartment. I did the edits through picnik.com. It was fun putting it all together. Here are a few of my pics. Let me know what you think!! Well that is all I am willing to post. Hope you liked them!!!
  11. Love the picture. Good to see that they are now using fabric on the Gazebo. Good to know since I am getting married in less than 3 weeks.
  12. Thank you!!! It certainly beats buying bags when I already have them at home.
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