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Anywho... I have a friend that's on vacation right now so I asked her to write my save the date in the sand and take a picture for my std's. She did, but all she took a picture of was the sand. So I overlapped a picture of the beach onto her picture. Can you tell?

Which do we like better?

 

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you can sorta tell but I still like them. I think that I like number 2 better. let me see if i can upload a pic for you that my FSIL made. hold on, i will get back to you.

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can't find the pic my FSIL made, she lives on a beach so she made a bunch of these for us. Anyway, the more that i look at your pic, i don't think you can tell at all. i really, really think number 2 is so cute. this is sorta what we did and people really loved it. people thought that they were great, plus then we will do something like this only saying thank you for when we get back. you can make these on shutterfly for cheap if you want to.

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Personally I like the 1st one better b/c the water is lighter and it gives off a fun, soothing, feeling. But is there anyway you could remove the chairs? I think the chairs makes it look a little busy. If you didn't have the chairs and just kept the rest I think the first one would look great. But that's just my opinion. Even if you use the second one I like both of them very much!

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I agree, I like #2 better. I'm a fan of less is more. Both are cute, i just like #2 better. I was thinking about doing the same thing. We live in chicago near the lake. so i thought i'd try and fake the lake for an ocean. We'll see!

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I like number two the best but I might change my mind if I saw number 1 without the beach chairs. Great job!

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