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Hahaha, I actually am MUCH more relaxed. I had a bunch of people book recently and things are going well so I'm not as on edge. I also decided, no matter what happens I'm not stressing it. I'm 2 months out, it will be fabulous one way or the other.
Amen!! lol

that's exactly my thinking now (you may need to remind me that from time to time!) but I don't want to get to my wedding date and think I've spent the whole time stressing about it and only got one day of enjoyment out of it. from now on, it's happy Katie :)

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haha! thank you BUT....I haven't done it yet!

It's from a photoshoot I did about 18 months ago with my mum, and believe it or not I am in a strapless dress so i kinda look naked! lol but I like the pic and it's FI's fav pic from the shoot, and I was feeling left out with everyone elses BD siggy pics on the BD threads!!

my shoots on 24 march, so not long now....I've stepped up the fitness regime - 3 nights of the week workout DVD (cardio and toning/strengthening) and then the 2 nights inbetween running for a serious cardio workout. goddamn this better be worth it! it's wearing me out!!!!!!! lol
LOL!! I was confused at first because I thought it was later this month and I figured you would have said something :)

Well it's gorgeous, love it, now your BD is going to be even better, I know it!

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How long did it take you to get your flowers after you placed your order? It says they do not do rush orders and that it is subject to how many orders they have. I'm just curious of ball park since my wedding is May 14th.

-Erin
Oh I'm not going to be any help with this... I ordered my flowers in September of 2009 and scheduled my delivery for mid-March. So I ordered mine way in advance. I would email her and see if she is able to do yours in a short period of time.

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You mean the ones that will hang from the Chuppah at the ceremony? Those I'm getting at the resort.
Yeah those are the ones I'm talking about. I'm just worried if I get a bouquet that looks nothing like those they'll clash. I'm sure I'll probably be the only person who notices though! Can't wait to see a pic of yours!!!

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I have a question? For everyone that has done some DIY projects...Are you shipping anything down ahead of time or packing? I know I am so worrying about the wrong things right now esp since I haven't booked AS yet (but going in 9 days for visit!!)

 

But I am for some reason obssessed with centerpieces. THinking should I do them myself ahead of time or use theirs...if I DIY then should I ship...would that cost outweigh doing it myself...

 

Also...what does Siggy mean?? hahahha I have no clue.

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I have a question? For everyone that has done some DIY projects...Are you shipping anything down ahead of time or packing? I know I am so worrying about the wrong things right now esp since I haven't booked AS yet (but going in 9 days for visit!!)

But I am for some reason obssessed with centerpieces. THinking should I do them myself ahead of time or use theirs...if I DIY then should I ship...would that cost outweigh doing it myself...

Also...what does Siggy mean?? hahahha I have no clue.
I'm taking mine with me. I'm scared to ship them because I've heard horror stories of people's stuff getting stuck in customs.

Siggy is a signature! cheesy.gif

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I have a question? For everyone that has done some DIY projects...Are you shipping anything down ahead of time or packing? I know I am so worrying about the wrong things right now esp since I haven't booked AS yet (but going in 9 days for visit!!)

But I am for some reason obssessed with centerpieces. THinking should I do them myself ahead of time or use theirs...if I DIY then should I ship...would that cost outweigh doing it myself...

Also...what does Siggy mean?? hahahha I have no clue.
I'm afraid I can only help with the last question!

Siggy is slang for signature...the bit where people have their pics (and where you have one I think)....mine comes up 'Katie, my pic and a link to my wedding website. god i'm crap at explaining things!! lol but you get the idea!

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I have a question? For everyone that has done some DIY projects...Are you shipping anything down ahead of time or packing? I know I am so worrying about the wrong things right now esp since I haven't booked AS yet (but going in 9 days for visit!!)

But I am for some reason obssessed with centerpieces. THinking should I do them myself ahead of time or use theirs...if I DIY then should I ship...would that cost outweigh doing it myself...

Also...what does Siggy mean?? hahahha I have no clue.
I heard stories that the custom likes to hold on the MADE IN CHINA stuffs (it is very hard to find things that are NOT MADE IN CHINA nowadays), so I guess it is safer to bring it and pay the extra weight on ur luggage.

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Yeah those are the ones I'm talking about. I'm just worried if I get a bouquet that looks nothing like those they'll clash. I'm sure I'll probably be the only person who notices though! Can't wait to see a pic of yours!!!
Haha, oh I doubt anyone, including you will notice. In order to keep it somewhat contiguous, I'm having white fabric and white flowers, that way, no clashing. I also have the luxury of having cream/off white as one of my theme colors.

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