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let me know which numbers you think are the best as they are (if any lol) and which would be the best to get retouched...I hate making decisions!
Wow Katie - These pictures are sooooo amazing. I love all the outfits you chose - and the soccer (football - haah) jersey with the garter - woo hoo HOT HOT HOT!!!!

I loved 30, 41, 51 and I think 64, cant remember the last number. There were so many good ones so you should defo pick a few smiles and few of the naughtier looks you were giving the camera.

I totally want to do a BD now! I might contact a photog and get some pricing!

Well done YOU!

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Meghan, what are you looking for? Information you put on the program? I have not done my programs yet but I am doing front and back paper to look like a hand held fan:

 

Front - our names, date, location

Back - family of the bride, family of the groom, wedding party, and ceremony

 

I am tying different bright ribbon to the fans to be hooked over the sides of each of the chairs at the ceremony set up. If its windy, then the guys will have to hand them out to the guests instead.

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I'm not doing programs persay, it's more of a tree themed horoscope type thing... sounds weird I know but it's just something to do while they wait. Find their birthday and the appropriate type of tree they are and see what it says about them. It looks better than it sounds... me explaining it isn't working well, lol!
Coooooool!!

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Andrea, love your pictures!! How far away was your reception site? Did you have everyone shuttled over after the ceremony?
Our reception at home was at a restaurant called City Tavern here in Kansas City, we rented out the whole place for the day. The dinner at the resort was in spoon and it was in their private area and actually worked out pretty good, we were never bothered by anyone. Anyway you put it you are going to have a awesome wedding!!

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Andrea, you're right your photographer did amazing work for you!!! He did some really great things with his color processing, and he captured every minute of your day. Lucky, lucky you!!! I got teary eyed during the ceremony part thinking of how soon, very soon that will be me!
I am excited for you, I know you are going to have a great experience and love everything!! This time is going to fly by you are less than 20 days away!!

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Were you told that the timeshare guests would have to pay a fee upon check in per day for food and drink? My MH reserved a room and had to cancel because the food charge was more expensive than booking the all inclusive thru the resort. Please tell me if you heard otherwise. That would make a big difference for my immediate family.
I was told the same as what you are hearing. We had a guest that was going to use her time share but then found out the food was and extra $1,000 and wasn't going to save her anything. She ended up booking with our group through our travel agent.

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Wendy, I planned on responding to your email with the BD pix but I feel like I need to compliment you for everyone to hear (see) :)

 

I love every single on of the photos you sent, they are SO classy and GORGEOUS!! I love the black veil piece and the red teddy and the white thigh highs so almost period pieced in the lovely location.... I'm blown away! You are such a gorgeous woman, your hair, makeup, porcelain skin!

 

My absolute favorite one is when you are leaning up against the open window looking out... stunning! Your photog did a great job as well, you should be so proud!

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Are any of you doing programs for the day of your wedding? If you are, do any of you have a template available for sharing?

Meghan,
We did a program but will have to see if my husband still have the template. If he doesn't I can send you one of our extras in the mail or try and scan it. Just let me know.

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Okay girls I'm ready to share some teasers of my BD shoot! To make a long story short, my attempts to upload to the forum were denied (files too large), so if you message me with your email, I'll send you some pics. I promise to leave out the topless ones wink.gif
I just sent you a PM with my email address.

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