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Tami, everything looks great, I can't believe your day is almost here, it seems like we have been on here together forever. I can't wait to see the pictures and hear all about it.

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Tami, everything looks absolutely amazing. I am having wedding envy right now and wishing I had you plan my wedding. I love all your stuff. I got the same camo garter but with the USMC emblem and Tim loved it (he's a former Marine).

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lol ... wedding envy? your wedding stuff was AMAZING!!smile117.gif

I'm glad Tim liked his USMC garter ... I've kept mine a secret from Tom so hopefully he will be pleasantly surprised when he sees it!

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Okay, here are a few more things ... again my apologies for the fuzzy camera phone pics.

 

My necklace ... this was my Mom's vintage pearl necklace, I restrung it a few days ago and made it more of a choker.

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My bracelet and earrings: I made these to match the pearls from my Mom as best as I could (with help from this awesome bead store downtown). These pearls are just a little darker champagne color than the necklace ... but match my dress trim perfectly. I'm really pleased ... restrung ther necklace and made the bracelet and earrings all for just $30!

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Pashmina tags -- I made these tages for the pashminas in case some don't know the correct name (I had always just called them shawls, lol). I've attached the Word document as well. The fonts are pretty basic that I used so it should all show up correctly. And I added those starfish charms for effect. :-) I have aqua, orange and champagne pashminas for the BM's and Mom's. The tags read as follows:

 

Front: [n.], pash·mi·na. A fine woolen cloth with a soft plush texture similar to cashmere, made from fleece of the chin and underbelly of the rare Tibetan wild Mountain goat, often used to make shawls.

 

Back:

In case of cool nights and Dominican breezes, simply wrap around shoulders for immediate warmth. Dry Clean Only.

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Also attaching the "pre-arrival" letter that I sent to all guests.

 

 

 

 

pre-DR INFO.pdf

Pashmina.doc

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Everything looks great! thank you for sharing

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