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#5021 taylorwd

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    Posted 25 January 2010 - 09:26 PM

    Oh my gosh that's awful! I wonder what their criteria are for TA's? It shouldn't be this hard!

    #5022 MrsVaughn2B

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      Posted 25 January 2010 - 10:28 PM

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      This is great to hear! Thank you, I am nervous doing my own makeup but I don't do too bad with my makeup (at least I think so) and I take instruction really well so I'm hoping I shock myself with how well I'm able to duplicate it. Bobbi Brown is pricey too isn't it? Did you have to buy a lot?
      You are beautiful and you are going to do a great job at your own make up. Price wise its a little more than what I ususally pay for at MAC. I would say a eye shadow is $14 or $16 at MAC is $18 or $20 for Bobbi Brown. I ended up buying most of the eye make up and foundation just because I don't usually wear foundations and know I need to for pictures. Some of the other stuff I just happen to need to replinish anyway so it sorta worked out. I know I always think of make up as an investment and how long it will last. Like I know MAC will last longer even though gover girl is way cheaper. Of course I will be able to tell you how it worked on the sweat and tears in a few weeks.

      #5023 amybermuda

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        Posted 25 January 2010 - 11:58 PM

        sweet, I cant wait to go to Bobbi Brown. Going to make an appt soon.

        Makes me not want to chew out my TA too badly since everyone is having difficult times with their own TAs. I am still mad at her for being so flaky and calling my friend a different name, etc and when I told her I was booking 15-20 rooms - why she didn't do her research on the hotel to be better equipped for my guests. Crazy.

        Mine is a small business owner and I wanted to support small business. Stupid me!!

        #5024 amybermuda

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          Posted 26 January 2010 - 12:04 AM

          OMG girls I totally forgot, I need your opinions. Friday night, my BM told me that she wants me to have FI invite her boyfriend to his stag. She said it was only fair that her boyfriend "was spending all this money to go the wedding" and she is in the bridal party. My best friend and sister are both married and BMs and neither of their husbands are invited. Is this what I tell the BM? Her BF is 8 years older than FI and a cop and just not on the same wave length as FI. I know she wants her BF to be more included in our group of friends, but I just think its totally awkward to ask me to have input on his stag and thats not appropriate. I dont expect FI to telll me who to invite to my bachelorette. I almost want to say all that to her but I know she will be mad/upset. She was upset that BF was not invited to another little mini-stag on island that someone threw for FI. I can either explain these things to her or leave it alone and not say anything....

          #5025 KittenHeart

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            Posted 26 January 2010 - 01:47 AM

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            sweet, I cant wait to go to Bobbi Brown. Going to make an appt soon.

            Makes me not want to chew out my TA too badly since everyone is having difficult times with their own TAs. I am still mad at her for being so flaky and calling my friend a different name, etc and when I told her I was booking 15-20 rooms - why she didn't do her research on the hotel to be better equipped for my guests. Crazy.

            Mine is a small business owner and I wanted to support small business. Stupid me!!
            You should be mad! How hard is their job seriously that so many of them get it wrong or don't know what they are doing? You're not stupid, companies big and small alike are screwing up so it doesn't really matter who you go with because dw.com is a big company. Stick to your guns! You deserve a competent TA :) We all do!

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            OMG girls I totally forgot, I need your opinions. Friday night, my BM told me that she wants me to have FI invite her boyfriend to his stag. She said it was only fair that her boyfriend "was spending all this money to go the wedding" and she is in the bridal party. My best friend and sister are both married and BMs and neither of their husbands are invited. Is this what I tell the BM? Her BF is 8 years older than FI and a cop and just not on the same wave length as FI. I know she wants her BF to be more included in our group of friends, but I just think its totally awkward to ask me to have input on his stag and thats not appropriate. I dont expect FI to telll me who to invite to my bachelorette. I almost want to say all that to her but I know she will be mad/upset. She was upset that BF was not invited to another little mini-stag on island that someone threw for FI. I can either explain these things to her or leave it alone and not say anything....
            She can't force her BF upon your FI... It's rude of her to assume she can make you have your FI invite him to HIS stag when he's not a close friend. He's only invited to the wedding by her association anyways right? If they weren't BF & GF would he be coming? You don't need to explain yourself unless you feel you need to you but you can always tell her it's close friends only.

            #5026 ~Katie~

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              Posted 26 January 2010 - 05:46 AM

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              STARTING Monday, January 11th 2010 – ENDING Friday, January 22nd 2010

              Alright ladies! Tell me what you got done and give me your new list of to-do's starting today, January 25th - February 5th

              KittenHeart (Amy) to do’s:
              2. Get veil ordered – IT’S PICKED, I FINALLY DECIDED
              Amy what veil did you pick in the end?? PICTURES!!!

              Katie’s to do’s:
              1. Finish wedding 'brochure' - getting there!
              2. Write and finalize AHR inserts with details/info for guests - will be finished this week
              3. Do our gift list - DONE
              4. Write out AHR invites & envelopes - DONE
              5. Send out invites once all of above are complete (!!!)
              6. Pay for wedding dress & organize fitting date - DONE
              7. On fitting date, also get shoes, veil & tiara
              8. Finalize date with photog for boudoir photo shoot - DONE
              9. Try & work out what the hell I'm going to do/take for photo shoot!
              10. Wedding cake - Got a quote and nearly fainted so back to the drawing board to try and find something cheaper!

              #5027 ~Katie~

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                Posted 26 January 2010 - 05:52 AM

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                Kittenheart: any advise on doing the BD shoot? I can't back out now that I've got the perfect shoes...
                Hi lolo....just jumping in on your question here...

                I'm doing one too and these are the threads I've been using to help me...hopefully they'll help you too!

                http://bestdestinati....toshoot-53876/

                http://bestdestinati....r-poses-38203/

                ENJOY!!

                #5028 ~Katie~

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                  Posted 26 January 2010 - 06:00 AM

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                  Originally Posted by amybermuda
                  OMG girls I totally forgot, I need your opinions. Friday night, my BM told me that she wants me to have FI invite her boyfriend to his stag. She said it was only fair that her boyfriend "was spending all this money to go the wedding" and she is in the bridal party. My best friend and sister are both married and BMs and neither of their husbands are invited. Is this what I tell the BM? Her BF is 8 years older than FI and a cop and just not on the same wave length as FI. I know she wants her BF to be more included in our group of friends, but I just think its totally awkward to ask me to have input on his stag and thats not appropriate. I dont expect FI to telll me who to invite to my bachelorette. I almost want to say all that to her but I know she will be mad/upset. She was upset that BF was not invited to another little mini-stag on island that someone threw for FI. I can either explain these things to her or leave it alone and not say anything....
                  OMG! seriously, what is wrong with people??!! I bet if he knew she was saying that he'd not want to go to something he wasn't really invited to anyway!

                  I'd say something, so it doesn't linger.

                  And I think what you've said there ^^^^^ is exactly what you should say to her - it's honest, straight and to the point. and add on the end, you're not adding to all your stresses with something that's ultimately nothing to do with you.

                  Let us know how it goes, whatever you decide!

                  #5029 thefuturemrslutz

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                    Posted 26 January 2010 - 10:59 AM

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                    She can't force her BF upon your FI... It's rude of her to assume she can make you have your FI invite him to HIS stag when he's not a close friend. He's only invited to the wedding by her association anyways right? If they weren't BF & GF would he be coming? You don't need to explain yourself unless you feel you need to you but you can always tell her it's close friends only.
                    I agree!! I wouldn't want a bunch of "randoms" at my bachelorette party. It can really affect the vibe of the weekend. I don't think anything needs to be said...if she keeps insisting, you can just explain to her that it is close friends and that your FI's friends are planning it. She should definitely understand! My FI has been in 7 weddings this year...I wasn't invited to the girls' bachelorette parties that were marrying the guys who's parties he was going to...that would have just been super weird. (wow, I don't even know if that made sense!)

                    #5030 thefuturemrslutz

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                      Posted 26 January 2010 - 11:12 AM

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                      Unfortunately I've filed a complaint with management about 4 months back and they begged me to give him a second chance. After mistake, after mistake after mistake and my guests now wanting to book through Expedia I'm done with him and requesting another. My guests are waiting until the last second to book so I need someone who can keep up with the madness in these last few months!
                      I know! They did the same thing to me...they begged and begged me to stay but I just couldn't handle their drama anymore! I lost $50 but oh well. Like I said, Wendy with BDW is wonderful!!! If you end up leaving DW for good, I would definitely call her!




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