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I am using clip in extensions (10 inch) just for extra volume...I will let you know how they go when I get back!
 

Originally Posted by Mwise17 View Post

Another beauty question!  :)

 

Is anyone doing hair extensions?   I was going to buy clip ins and have my hair down (not outrageously longer then my shoulder length, just a bit) but since all of you have described the beach as super windy, I am going to have an up-do.  But I still want my hair to look thicker....

Can you have clips in and still do an up-do?

:)

 

 



 

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Best of luck!!  Hope your day is perfect!! :o)
 

Originally Posted by lovethebeach10 View Post

Oh my GOSH! I am leaving tomorrow at 6am ladies! I can't believe it.

The time has flown by and dragged at the same time if that is even possible!

 

I am so excited and I can't wait to come back and post my photos and review for you all to see. I have been addicted to this site for months now and I just love, love, LOVE looking at everyone's pictures. I have never seen one bride who didn't look beautiful, so that calms me a little bit! lol

 

Thanks to all the past Brides for all the info and tiny details you added here....for my type A, control freak personality this site has been a godsend. I feel like I have already done a site visit! For all of you just starting out and finding this thread, I suggest (yes it takes days) but go back to the start of this thread and read through! All and I really mean ALL of your questions about lights, lanterns, number of steps down the isle, to the number of outlets at Zavas Plaza will be answered! Also, read the planning journals (my personal fav) there are some truly great ideas on there. ANd nice photos too!

Our photographer is Sweet Caribbean so if anyone else is using them or considering them, email me after the wedding and I will let you know how they were. But so far they have been really terrific to work with.

Ok so see you all when I am a married woman!



 

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Good luck. Im sure you will have a wonderful day x

Originally Posted by lovethebeach10 View Post

Oh my GOSH! I am leaving tomorrow at 6am ladies! I can't believe it.

The time has flown by and dragged at the same time if that is even possible!

 

I am so excited and I can't wait to come back and post my photos and review for you all to see. I have been addicted to this site for months now and I just love, love, LOVE looking at everyone's pictures. I have never seen one bride who didn't look beautiful, so that calms me a little bit! lol

 

Thanks to all the past Brides for all the info and tiny details you added here....for my type A, control freak personality this site has been a godsend. I feel like I have already done a site visit! For all of you just starting out and finding this thread, I suggest (yes it takes days) but go back to the start of this thread and read through! All and I really mean ALL of your questions about lights, lanterns, number of steps down the isle, to the number of outlets at Zavas Plaza will be answered! Also, read the planning journals (my personal fav) there are some truly great ideas on there. ANd nice photos too!

Our photographer is Sweet Caribbean so if anyone else is using them or considering them, email me after the wedding and I will let you know how they were. But so far they have been really terrific to work with.

Ok so see you all when I am a married woman!



 

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SWEET...thanks a bunch, I will def. contact her and ask.....I totally couldn't tell you were wearing extensions...surprise, surprise!!!

 

Did you have them cut/dyed to match our hair?

 

 

 

Originally Posted by MaggieandJay View Post



I did hair extentions and my hair was down. The extentions were clip in. The salon did such a great job and even with the wind it held awesome. I had my brother check one last time before we walked down the aisle but so far in the picsI can't tell I have a whole set of clip in on.

 

Here is the website I got them from - Her name is sara and she is really nice

http://sweetextensions.com/contact.htm

 

I am not sure on the up do. You might want to ask her on her site :)



 



 

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That's great to know as the budget is an issue.  We're having dinner in Spoons so I'm not sure whether there is somewhere they'll let us set up afterwards if we're not having a reception elsewhere.  I'm glad I found this site as you're all offering useful tips, thanks!
 

Originally Posted by MaggieandJay View Post



I would say you can self entertain and it's just as good. We just rented the sounde system due to the budget and I think it was just as good :)



 



 

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how small is small?

 

:)

Originally Posted by brit canuck View Post

Great, thanks for that, I'd be interested to see how it is.  Are you having the dj after your wedding or opting for 'self entertaining' as we're torn with a smaller group as to whether it is worth it or not?



 

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1) cheaptotes.com - I got mine for .99 each
4) i just bought card stock at michael's

sorry, can't help with the others

 

Originally Posted by justiner57 View Post

Hi Ladies, I know people have asked probably all the questions I am going to ask but here are the things I need help finding websites for! If any of you ladies could send what you used/bought that would be great.

 

1) OOT bags, looking for something I can iron on our logo too - preferably cloth

2) reception decor - the hanging laterns / strand lights

3) chair bows & table cloths 

4) card stock to print menu & programs on

 

 

I would great appreciate any help :) XOXO



 

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No, we're not having a DJ.  Just the dinner at Spoons, then we'll head off to one of the bars.

Originally Posted by brit canuck View Post





I'll try replying again (as my last post had no 'quote' in it so probably made no sense at all).  Thanks for answering and I look forward to hearing how it goes.  Are you having a dj afterwards?



 

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Good luck - can't wait to hear all about it!  Agreed on this site, it has been a fantastic help in planning.  Thanks to everyone for all the ideas!
 

Originally Posted by lovethebeach10 View Post

Oh my GOSH! I am leaving tomorrow at 6am ladies! I can't believe it.

The time has flown by and dragged at the same time if that is even possible!

 

I am so excited and I can't wait to come back and post my photos and review for you all to see. I have been addicted to this site for months now and I just love, love, LOVE looking at everyone's pictures. I have never seen one bride who didn't look beautiful, so that calms me a little bit! lol

 

Thanks to all the past Brides for all the info and tiny details you added here....for my type A, control freak personality this site has been a godsend. I feel like I have already done a site visit! For all of you just starting out and finding this thread, I suggest (yes it takes days) but go back to the start of this thread and read through! All and I really mean ALL of your questions about lights, lanterns, number of steps down the isle, to the number of outlets at Zavas Plaza will be answered! Also, read the planning journals (my personal fav) there are some truly great ideas on there. ANd nice photos too!

Our photographer is Sweet Caribbean so if anyone else is using them or considering them, email me after the wedding and I will let you know how they were. But so far they have been really terrific to work with.

Ok so see you all when I am a married woman!



 

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Hopefully this works better.  We got the bags from cheaptotes.com, .99 each.  We bought iron on transfers from Michaels.  We did screw up the first 2, so I'd recommend buying a few extra sheets if you want to try this. I got the fan idea from orientaltrading.com.  We still need to tie a pink ribbon around the handle, but you get the idea.

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