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Originally Posted by JaimeCF2BR View Post

Yep I leave tomorrow!

I still have lots to do!  To keep me from panicking I got myself a massage this morning...it was fabulous!  But now I'm a little too relaxed and a little too carefree about whats left to do hehe. 
 



 



 

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Your guest book is very nice! 
 

Originally Posted by ginnigurl View Post

Hey girls!!!!  Wow!  So many are so close!!!  Congrats to all and I can't wait to see pictures!!!

 

I wanted to share my guest book that I made on picaboo!  I will just have an archival pen/marker for signing...  I even got 50% off by just googling picaboo photobook coupons.... like this much better than a traditional guest book, smaller than a big picture that everyone signs, and I can bring it to the wedding and the ATH parties!

 

To view the book, click the following link:
http://app.picaboo.com/WebView/Project.aspx?clientID=9211e3590a2576b783dfb3cc88bf9026&version=109264&siteID=ViaPreview
 



 


I am so excited for you Jaime!  Have a great wedding!  Can't wait to hear the details and see some pics!
 

Originally Posted by JaimeCF2BR View Post

Yep I leave tomorrow!

I still have lots to do!  To keep me from panicking I got myself a massage this morning...it was fabulous!  But now I'm a little too relaxed and a little too carefree about whats left to do hehe. 
 



 



 

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This time next week I will have drink in hand at AS!!!

 

Had a minor freak out this morning. Little Itunes snafu that wipeed out all the playlists but I had written everything down luckily!!!!

Only had to rebuy 4 songs!!!

 

The FI went and got our marriage license today. Our legal day is Saturday!

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hey Everyone,

 

So i just wanted ecveryone to know about the most Fabulous weekend EVER! i had my bachlorette Party on Saturday and the theme was hot me baby one last time. Everyone dressed up like Britney spears, we went on a Pink Fuzzy Karoke bus. It was the funnest and funniest night of my life. Sorry i just had to tell everyone about my wonderful surprise. Hope everyone's plans are going as planned! less than a month to go for me. I 'm soo excited! Counting down the minutes!

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Originally Posted by dlarocqu View Post

 

We just got back and wished they had shared the process with us.  We had a legal ceremony with a JP.

 

  • they had the grooms back to the whole ceremony which means he missed the Flower girl, the ring bearer, the maid of honour, and me walking down the isle.  Had we known we wouldn't have followed their tradition
  • The JP says his first bit
  • Then the B and G sign the form and then the 4 witnesses
  • Then the sand ceremony
  • Then the ring exchange

The order seemed odd to us and created a bit of confusion.

 

Posted more info on Trip advisor and that post should be up in a few days once they approve!  Not the grooms outfit is a waiter uniform because the lost his grooms outfit.  Ahhhh memories!

Sounds like you had an interesting wedding. Hopefully all turned out alright at the end! We didn't have any problems with our ceremony, but then again we told them what we wanted and we just did a symbolic ceremony....wonder if that's why it was different. Your groom still looks great! And I love the ruffle of your dress! Congrats cheers.gif

 

 

 

 

Originally Posted by JaimeCF2BR View Post

 

Yep I leave tomorrow!

I still have lots to do!  To keep me from panicking I got myself a massage this morning...it was fabulous!  But now I'm a little too relaxed and a little too carefree about whats left to do hehe

 Safe travels Jamie! Good luck with the last minute packing and have a wonderful time down south! Enjoy every moment!

 

Originally Posted by MaggieandJay View Post

 

The FI went and got our marriage license today. Our legal day is Saturday!

Best wishes for your legal day! 

 

 

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How creative, I love it! Sounds like a blast!

I just booked my bachelorette in Vegas the first weekend in August, gotta come up with some fun theme to go with too!
 

Originally Posted by Vic0214 View Post

hey Everyone,

 

So i just wanted ecveryone to know about the most Fabulous weekend EVER! i had my bachlorette Party on Saturday and the theme was hot me baby one last time. Everyone dressed up like Britney spears, we went on a Pink Fuzzy Karoke bus. It was the funnest and funniest night of my life. Sorry i just had to tell everyone about my wonderful surprise. Hope everyone's plans are going as planned! less than a month to go for me. I 'm soo excited! Counting down the minutes!



 

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Hey girls.  A little tip for anyone doing a BD shoot.  If you are having your album shipped to your home REQUIRE SIGNATURE.  No matter how inconvenient it may be.  I was in such a rush to get it, I didnt pay attention to this detail.  Unfortunately, mine was left on my front door...yet I never found it at the front door.  After spending the last 2 days on the phone with FedEx...its time I consider it gone.   The money part I dont care about, but its a very uneasy feeling knowing pictures of me are somewhere out there.  Could have blown into a gutter, or could be in the hands of a creep.

 

Well, hopefully thats the only hiccup for my week!  Back to packing!

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I just ordered our Maracas and finished our menu cards! Also, my Mom found a GREAT deal on OOT bags that she found at the Dollar Store. Thanks Mom "Afaybik"! Still have tons to do and hopefully i can finish it all in time! Now I need to decide on what do do for our guest book and program (I wanted to do a program fan but I am running out of time)...Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!  What are you all including on your programs?  

 

Thank you all so much for any suggestions!

 

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