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#901 lrdavis23

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    Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:23 PM

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    Originally Posted by nsbride2010
    By the way Toya those shoes are HOT! Like Tam said, did you dye them or did they come like that? Where didja get them? I'm thinking for my AHR and after the beach wedding!
    I bought them from NinaShoes - Womens shoes, Dyeable shoes, Kids shoes, Evening shoes, Wedding shoes, Bridal shoes, Nina Dolls and they weren't super expensive either which is always grrreaaatttt hehee
    Married June 18, 2010 @ Dreams Punta Cana

    #902 Tam

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      Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:29 PM

      Has anyone started the legalization process yet for your wedding?? I need to and am feeling overwhelmed about where to start...

      #903 Tam

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        Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:33 PM

        Hey Toya, here's my flower update:
        she got back to me with the fedex tracking #, but when i checked online to track, it said # not found... WTF! It had better be some kind of mistake/typo.. so sick of this!

        #904 lrdavis23

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          Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:34 PM

          Hey Tam I forget are you getting married before you go or when you get there ?

          I know for me and Mike we will start our legal stuff about 1 month before we leave although here the process is very easy, so I'm not sure how long the process is where you are or in the DR
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          #905 SSNM

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            Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:38 PM

            I don't think that is something you can start until about 3 months before your wedding. I believe there is a consulate downtown where you can just walk all your stuff into. They will take care of the legalization for you. Are you divorced/adopted/had a name change? If not, then it shouldn't be so bad.

            So you have decided to go with the legal ceremony afterall? I remember you were back and forth on it because you were concerned about guests feeling "jipped"(sp). Are you doing the ceremony with the judge or just the paper signing after a symbolic ceremony?

            I was going to do the latter, but then figured if I was going to do all that, might as well save some money and do a legal at home. Plus it gives me an excuse to celebrate my wedding more than once and I am a bit of a diva, lol.

            #906 lrdavis23

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              Posted 19 October 2009 - 10:43 PM

              that is funny SSNM.... 2 celebrations for the wedding hahaha
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              #907 Tam

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                Posted 19 October 2009 - 11:07 PM

                We decided to have a civil one there, but I do still waver on it... Gerry doesn't care, it's just my guilty conscience..
                We are planning on having the judge come to sign after, but I still keep thinking "then what's the point? The ceremony is still not legal until the papers are signed.. AHHHHH! Now I'm back to having a symbolic... F*@#. This is seriously driving me crazy...right up there with my flowers!

                #908 Tam

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                  Posted 19 October 2009 - 11:09 PM

                  Oh yeah, Gerry was married before, but his wife died, so we will have to get her death cerificate legalized/notarized or whatever it is...

                  #909 Tam

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                    Posted 19 October 2009 - 11:13 PM

                    Ok, gotta go let my dog out and go to bed... good night ladies

                    #910 SSNM

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                      Posted 19 October 2009 - 11:17 PM

                      Good night Tam!
                      And don't stress yourself! Honestly, if doing a symbolic is what you want, then do it! It is much simpler and your guests will not know the difference! If the civil is what you want, then you have plenty of time to get the paper work in order.

                      If you go straight to the consulate in Toronto, you don't have to worry about notarization...only legalization




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