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Marsha eveything looks AMAZING. Shude...I don't know what my event will be called if yours is a wedding. Mine is just a gathering compared to that, lol. No, but it is absolutely gorgeous and coordinates so well. Hey, could you email me the template of your travel brochures? I got the ones from the Jamaica Tourist Bourd, but I wanted some ideas, similar to Mo's so I can put something together for the guests. bondalexandrae@gmail.com
Hi Butlergirl........I saved the programs on my PC at work. I will forward them to your addy first thing on Monday morning when I get to work. The only thing, if you don't have the fonts that I used already downloaded, it may look a bit different, but it serves as a good format to start off with.

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Everything looks beautiful! You have done such a great job! After seeing all that you have done, I really need to get my butt in gear!!! haha Do you mind sending me your brochure template as well? And how did you find out times for everything? I would like everyone to go to Dunn River Falls together, but don't know how to organize it before we leave. Thanks!! sruess@gmail.com
Sure.......i'll send it to you on Monday when I get to work. I contacted Chandlyn to find out what time she would recommend me hosting the welcome mixer. The Riu Beach Party is standard for Friday nights at 9.......and I just coordinated a time with Norma of Lee's Travel to do a group tour (had to send out an invite to all of my guests to get a headcount of how many people would be interested in doing the tour), and then just selected a time to do a Farewell Lunch at St. Ann's.....it's Free!!

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Hi Marsha,

Everything looks beautiful and very nicely put together. I was wondering how you are going to pack all of your stuff and bring it to Jamaica? I also have a lot of stuff to bring and I am kind of in a jam because I don't know how I am going to transport it. Do you have any suggestions?

Good question!!! I'm still trying to figure this one out....lol.......well, hubby decided to surprise me and upgrade us to first class on Air Jamaica. Luckily, they allow 3 carry-on pieces up to 70lbs each per person. I will carry-on all of the glass objects (centerpieces, favors, candle holders, etc)........and then I am packing everything else and checking it in. Also, if you have any family members that live close by to you, you can divide up some stuff and give each of them things to bring. That may make your load a bit lighter.

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md_ocr WOW!! i am so happy for you!! It is getting close and you are on the ball!! Everything looks amazing! I also am glas that you choose the gazebo. I will look so elegant. I am so excited for you!
Thanks girl!! I finally made up my mind with the pond gazebo........i think...lol
Well it's no turning back now, since I've already printed up all of those darn brochures!!smile124.gif

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Marsha, if you could just leave the Plantation set up until May 16 for my reception that would be great...lolsmile120.gif

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Marsha, if you could just leave the Plantation set up until May 16 for my reception that would be great...lolsmile120.gif

lololololol................u know what Lizz, if you want we could work something out, because honestly, i don't want to lug all of that stuff back to California. shitfan.gif

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