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#631 milejilo

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    Posted 29 October 2008 - 02:29 PM

    [/QUOTE]Where did you find out about the Chairs? - Its seems like all the information is just trickeling in from the Wedding Planners at Karisma.[/QUOTE]

    tell me about it !!! personally, i had to ask nancy for the quote on the chivary chairs and i got the same price, $14 per chair. however, i requested quotes on the following and still haven't gotten any answers, if any of you have the pricing pleeeeeeeease let me know.

    lounge area set up
    centerpiece other than the ones on LOMAS website...
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    linens other than white.... supposedly this is on the Lomas website but I can't find it anywhere

    #632 amysteele444

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      Posted 29 October 2008 - 03:10 PM

      Where did you find out about the Chairs? - Its seems like all the information is just trickeling in from the Wedding Planners at Karisma.[/QUOTE]

      tell me about it !!! personally, i had to ask nancy for the quote on the chivary chairs and i got the same price, $14 per chair. however, i requested quotes on the following and still haven't gotten any answers, if any of you have the pricing pleeeeeeeease let me know.

      lounge area set up
      centerpiece other than the ones on LOMAS website...
      Click the image to open in full size.

      linens other than white.... supposedly this is on the Lomas website but I can't find it anywhere[/QUOTE]


      I just emailed Nancy to let her know I would like to switch to chivary chairs. The chairs I originally chose were $12each and an additional $5 for the pink organza ribbon tied on the back. I'm not concerned about the money, I just prefer the chivary and would have never known about it w/o lenkas word.

      Lomas is doing themselves a HUGE disservice by not posting all of the options/amenities and I am personally super annoyed with the whole situation. I just want to be there and married all ready so I never have to wait hopelessly for another email from these unprofessional jerks again.

      #633 lenka14

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        Posted 29 October 2008 - 03:56 PM

        I emailed Fabio asking if they could provide Chivary chairs, and that's how I found out. There was no info about them anywhere on Lomas's site. I was also told that any colored tablecloths are available, and will have to be quoted based on our color selection, availability and the table size.

        Amy, glad I was able to help. Ooooh, just had an idea - the Chivary chair w/a pink organza ribbon tied on the back would look great!

        #634 mexicanbridewithquestions

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          Posted 29 October 2008 - 04:24 PM

          I agree about the Lomas website. It is so hard to know what they have available or what you can get if you ask about it. And even if you get a color for a tablecloth, then there are so many types of fabrics and looks after that. It's frustrating!

          I think that we should post it all on this link when we find out about what's available (i.e. chairs, tablecloths, ribbons, flowers, candles, lanterns, etc). Because if you look on Lomas, there is the traditional stuff, but doesn't mean that it what we want for our wedding.

          So girls, when you find stuff out about availability and pricing. Please post so we can help each other out

          #635 lenka14

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            Posted 29 October 2008 - 04:45 PM

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            Originally Posted by mexicanbridewithquestions
            And even if you get a color for a tablecloth, then there are so many types of fabrics and looks after that. It's frustrating!

            I agree, it will be difficult to choose a fabric over email w/o seeing what it looks like in person. What I am planning on doing to make the tablecloth situation a little easier, is going with Sensatori's plain white tablecloths and then renting colored sheer organza tablecloths at home and bringing them with me. The organza tablecloths will be light, so they wouldn't be hard to pack. And, since you need a liner under organza as it is, I think it will look nice with a white tablecloth under.

            #636 mexicanbridewithquestions

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              Posted 29 October 2008 - 05:02 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by lenka14
              I agree, it will be difficult to choose a fabric over email w/o seeing what it looks like in person. What I am planning on doing to make the tablecloth situation a little easier, is going with Sensatori's plain white tablecloths and then renting colored sheer organza tablecloths at home and bringing them with me. The organza tablecloths will be light, so they wouldn't be hard to pack. And, since you need a liner under organza as it is, I think it will look nice with a white tablecloth under.
              I was looking at that too. But couldn't find ones that I liked. What colors are you going with? What color organza are you going with? Are you talking about the sheer overlays like this?
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              Would love to see pics of ideas that you have

              #637 milejilo

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                Posted 29 October 2008 - 05:05 PM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by lenka14
                I agree, it will be difficult to choose a fabric over email w/o seeing what it looks like in person. What I am planning on doing to make the tablecloth situation a little easier, is going with Sensatori's plain white tablecloths and then renting colored sheer organza tablecloths at home and bringing them with me. The organza tablecloths will be light, so they wouldn't be hard to pack. And, since you need a liner under organza as it is, I think it will look nice with a white tablecloth under.

                that's a great idea... my plan is to use brown tablecloths from Sensatori and making teal runners and bringing those down with me... and renting the bronze chivary chairs... i wish i could just get a quote as to how much this would cost... it's so hard to work with a budget when everything is up in the air

                #638 milejilo

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                  Posted 29 October 2008 - 05:14 PM

                  here are some ideas for dressing up chairs....

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                  #639 mexicanbridewithquestions

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                    Posted 29 October 2008 - 05:14 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by milejilo
                    that's a great idea... my plan is to use brown tablecloths from Sensatori and making teal runners and bringing those down with me... and renting the bronze chivary chairs... i wish i could just get a quote as to how much this would cost... it's so hard to work with a budget when everything is up in the air
                    Please let us know about pricing when you find out about the brown tablecloths and/or brown napkins

                    #640 milejilo

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                      Posted 29 October 2008 - 05:19 PM

                      here are my table and centerpiece inspirations.....

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