| Originally Posted by orbitingbklyn |
thanks for the welcome!
| Originally Posted by louise_pernell |
We leave on Saturday. I picked up my dresses tonight and everything is beginning to come together.
Yay!!! That's so soon! Hope everything is perfect!
| Originally Posted by ChicagoBride2011 |
For those of you that did or are currently using a TA did you do "group" rates or individual booking?
I have a TA that's doing individual booking and some guests are booking online.
| Originally Posted by Lady_Di |
Ok, I retract my statement...lisa, get married in TX if you want to avoid any potential headaches but your marriage will be legal if you get married in Mexico. Do get the marriage certificate translated before you leave the Royal!! We didn't do that. Do your research and see if the SS, DMW and your company will accept translated marriage certificate if you want to change your last name.
We are just going to get our marriage certificate translated then leave it alone. We are married. Nobody can tell us that we are not.
That's right Di!!!!! This does suck! Once you get it translated, will they change your name in your county?
| Originally Posted by RunningBride24 |
Alright girls, so I've decided to have two entrees for the reception dinner. I have 39 guests and I'm trying to avoid doing a seating chart. My idea is to have cards at each table (one pink, one blue) to distinguish which entree they want. Chicken can be pink and beef blue. Of course I would give the Royal a count ahead of time, but then the servers will know who gets what and I do not have to force everyone into a seating chart. What do you think of this, would it work? Or is it not a good idea? Also, how many per table? I thought 6 but since I'm WC-less right now I couldn't verify.
You could buy the little colored circle/seals and put them on the placecards. You don't have to put the table numbers on them. That way the guests can just pick them up and place them wherever they sit. The pink and blue cards should work too. Before she left, my WC suggested 8 to a table to avoid being cramped. One of the previous brides could probably answer this.