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Thank you so much to everyone for answering all my questions! I think we will be going with the long table since we have total of 16 including us. Im just thinking of having a coral organza runner and the center pieces that are included with the package. If anyone has any pictures of other ways they decorated their long table, please share!! I need ideas! :0) im getting really excited.... I cant believe its 7 weeks away. Ill be honest though, I feel like I have not really focused on wedding planning until now. Im a teacher and now that its summer break, I can focus on my wedding! But its already less than 2 months away!!! ah! lol. From reading posts on here, it seems as though the actual planning takes place when i get there, so thats good. Im just putting together my oot bags and other stuff like that now. Thank you all for your help!!! I love this site.
Same here!

I just realize we are 2 weeks apart, and now that I am thinking... really? i am leaving for my wedding in about a month!?

Wow, I also have 14 guests and plus us only!! I haven't really been crazy planning for the Dreams wedding since I have another reception in our city one week after. Plus, everyone on forum's been saying all the detail can be taking care of when we got there, less hassle, which is GREAT!

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maria, u are awesome! my travel agent quoted some friends of mine 2400 Each, and thats with a so called "group rate" discount! we all though that was crazy!

but i told them about that orbitz website you told me about last night and 2 people already booked with them! that 1500 deal is great and much, much less than the prices we had been seeing with other carriers.

thanks again for all your help! you are really a sweet girl! smile03.gif
Happy to help! I am glad your guests were able to book at a lower rate...more money for fun!!

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I am thinking... really? i am leaving for my wedding in about a month!?
lemme tell ya how fast that month will fly by ...

!!! seriously !!! it will be here and gone before you know it, so be sure to cherish all the little moments, even the anxiety-ridden ones! smile03.gif

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What about the ice they used for frozen drinkshuh.gif
no worries on the ice at the resort. all their water/ice used in drinks is from the resort's own filtration system. we drank every frozen drink they had to offer, all day every day, LOL! and we were just fine. if anything, you'll get sick from consuming so much SUGAR in a day from so many yummy blended drinks! gosh when i think back it must have been literally THOUSANDS of calories in frozen drinks!

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I have a question for all you ladies who have recently gotten married or will be in the near future. Where did your FI's and groomsmen purchase their clothing? We are having a terrible time choosing clothing for the guys.

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I have a question for all you ladies who have recently gotten married or will be in the near future. Where did your FI's and groomsmen purchase their clothing? We are having a terrible time choosing clothing for the guys.
there is a good thread on here where everyone posts groom/groomsmen attire. try a search. i had a lot of difficulty with this because the best man was a 3x and almost everything i liked only came up to 2x, or was crazy expensive. we lucked out with cream linen pants at K&G (they were like $12, seriously, and there were little boys' sizes to match--score one for our ring bearer!) and after a million disappointments and changes, ended up going red short-sleeved shirts (that actually *exactly* matched the girls' dresses ... woot!) on sale at JCPenney. Tom went nuts on himself tho ... his stuff came from Boyd's in Philly.

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Do you have pictures of how your table was set up? I thought of doing placecards in a miniframe.... that way they have another favor as well., but IM not sure yet! :)

Thank you again!
Cubsfan, I got the pic of the floral arrangement and cocktail setup from my SIL. If you get unbanned (does that happen?) let me know and I will figure out how to post the pics.

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I have a question for all you ladies who have recently gotten married or will be in the near future. Where did your FI's and groomsmen purchase their clothing? We are having a terrible time choosing clothing for the guys.
DH got his suit at Macy's it was Calvin Klein and looked quite nice. A kinda beigy color. My bro who walked me down the aisle just wore beige linen pants and a white short sleeve linen shirt. I think my SIL got them at Kohl's. I have actually seen a few shirts there that would be totally acceptable. If you wanna make people spend a little more go for Tommy Bahama shirts at Macy's

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Hi!

 

Does anyone have pricing information for photo and video from Dreams? If so, can you please send it to me. I emailed Cecilia, but she never reply back.

 

Congratz mummergirl! I love your hair.

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